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2015: Done and Dusted

posted on 31 Dec 2015 at 7:55 am
It’s been a complicated year. There have been downs as well as ups, but this post is all about the ups. So here we go. From here on it’s all good news! 2015 was the twentieth anniversary of the launch of my first novel, The Unknown Soldie

The Old Republic: Fatal Alliance (still getting some love)

posted on 17 Dec 2011 at 11:05 pm
Character depth is a go—dive, dive, diveThe thing that made Fatal Alliance a truly good read, though, was Williams’ characters. For characters who are essentially one-shot characters for these novels, Williams brought an astonishing level of de

A gift of a review

posted on 18 Sep 2011 at 1:43 am
Here’s a great review from the NSW Association for Gifted and Talented Children: (excerpt) “What is particularly enjoyable about this book is that because they are twins, Jack and Jade are co-protagonists. For once the girl is not the sid

Troubletwisters and gender

posted on 24 Aug 2011 at 10:52 pm
From Stephanie Gottschalk in the examiner: “On a side note, it is also worth mentioning that the book manages to achieve a level of gender-neutrality that is pleasantly surprising coming from two male authors.  Nix and Williams do not make inc

home & hot

posted on 25 Nov 2006 at 9:23 am
Well, I’m back at my desk. And whew: it’s boiling here in Adelaide. It is, however, quite pleasant with the curtains closed, and I do love to mushroom over the summer months… While I was away, Rob Bedford posted a couple of items to

do wot?

posted on 31 Oct 2006 at 8:56 am
Ken of Nethspace hurled a wide-ranging series of questions at me over the weekend for an interview on Wotmania, a large on-line community that started as a website devoted to Robert Jordan’s Wheel of Time series and has since grown into several

reviews and such

posted on 16 Sep 2006 at 10:47 am
Gabe Chouinard has posted a thought-provoking treatise on The Crooked Letter and reviews in general here, in which I am exhorted to become “more purple, so to speak”. It’s a fair call. 🙂 Check it out. He has lots of interesting t

an accessible cataclysm

posted on 7 Sep 2006 at 10:07 am
It’s been a hectic fortnight on the fantasy frontline. The Devoured Earth debuted in the Dymocks national fantasy top ten list on its release in Australia. To celebrate its launch, readers in Adelaide are invited to Borders on Friday the 15th o

parting the fog

posted on 17 Aug 2006 at 3:50 am
Well, here I am in San Diego, brain-fogged from jetlag and a 30-hour flight to get here. Security wasn’t as bad as I had expected. My new itsy-bitsy laptop proved invaluable on many occasions. That may have been the best purchase I made this ye

skeletons on the wind

posted on 9 Aug 2006 at 10:13 am
The US cover of The Blood Debt is online at the Pyr-o-mania blog page. Greg Bridge‘s artwork looks better every time I look at it. I can’t wait to see this in print. Lou Anders is a legend. While on the subject of the world of the Change: