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Critical acclaim from Publisher’s Weekly and Curve Magazine

From Publisher’s Weekly about the forthcoming Coyote Blues:

“Grounded in kindness, queerness, and just a hint of magic, this is sure to satisfy.”

From Curve Magazine about As the Crow Flies:

“There are two romances for the price of one in this fascinating book, and the paranormal elements are skillfully woven through the entire story. Don’t worry if you’re not a fan of ghost stories–I didn’t thing I was but this book convinced me otherwise…The settings were described using wonderful language and imagery and the quality of the writing overall was very high…I definitely recommend this book if you want something intellectual and a little bit different to sink your teeth into.”

As The Crow Flies

Words and Worlds

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I hardly know where to start gushing about this book!

I expected a typical run-of-the-mill romance. I got so, so much more than that.

Ms. Williams is a superb writer, a story-teller in the finest sense of the word. She understands the fine dance of engaging your reader, sucking them in, capturing their heart and their imagination, and does not let go until the final word.

One of the central characters is Bertha the Crow, shown on the front cover. She is unique, smart, generous and loyal. More than I can say about some people I know. Sam, Liz, Gwen, and Isabel are all so well written that I want to go and have dinner with them. They have such captivating and intelligent conversations – they discuss everything from art history, quantum physics, string theory, the multi-verse, even possession and auric attachments. Even though I already knew about multi-verse theories…

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