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Monday, February 2, 2015


Jackie G. Williams is my Woman In Horror today! Jackie not only writes horror tales but children's books and poetry as well. What a talented lady! I have to admit that I fall in love with the Welsh wording in her tales. Don't ever say she is English! One of her monsters will come up and beat the living crap out of you!

How good is Jackie? She is one of only a few authors to have stories in all of the Satan's Toybox series from Angelic Knight Press. That says a lot.  

My favorite story of hers is her long novella Emelia. When I edited this, I was amazed at how well she started the book out with a bang and kept the action and the horror to the very end. And, my friends, this is number one in a series. It doesn't get any better than this.

Book Description

December 17, 2014
When Susanna and Ruben's baby is born, they discover that she was a twin...was, because the twin died in birth. The hollowed eyes of the newborn sends a fear through Susanna and she and her husband vow never to speak of their deceased child again. Emelia will be their only child. However there is something not right about their daughter, something Ruben realizes early on, while Susanna looks the other way.

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The book description above says a lot about this mysterious tale. I can hardly wait to get the sequel in my hands.

Another great book, a short story, is Tombie. It is not very one one comes across a horror tale where a narcoleptic person is the protagonist. Or is he? Guess for yourself. I really love this story.

Book Description
June 18, 2014
Tombie just wants to be left alone, but ever since his diagnoses his family pokes and prods him whenever he falls asleep. "I'm narcoleptic, I'm not going to die in my sleep!" When Tombie woke one day in a body bag, he decided he was better off on his own and leaves his family behind.
5.0 out of 5 stars Tombie a unique spin on zombie tale August 14, 2014
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I LOVED Tombie. I had no idea what to expect, and author Jackie G. Williams kept me on my toes throughout her story. This is one clever zombie story, and I'm a big fan of zombie stories. Williams's writing style suits this story to a tee. I thoroughly enjoyed Tombie and just wish it was longer! 
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Lori Safranek hit the nail on the head when she says unique spin. That it is for sure.
Six Fright-Mares is a delightful collection of chilling horror tales.

Book Description

September 14, 2012
Six updated and new short stories, written to chill the blood and create night-mares.
Review by: Blaze McRob on Sep. 24, 2012 :  Five Star Review on Smashwords!
Six Fright-Mares, by Jackie Williams, is a great collection of horror tales, all of them unique and covering a wide array of topics. My favorite is Outcasts, a rather surreal tale of what if in a what could world. The story is so realistic that I was trying to think of a way where I could come to the aid of the heroes. The superb ending allows for further exploration in to the world of Jackie's story people.

I love reading Jackie's tales for her home-spun style and fantastic usage of the Queen's English. Hurray! To tell a story any other way would be short changing the reader.

Read these super tales and see if you don't agree with me!Review by: Blaze McRob on Sep. 24, 2012 :

5.0 out of 5 stars Six tales to frighten, mystify June 20, 2013
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Jackie Williams has a nicely twisted brain and a way with some really horrifying words. Six Fright-Mares, a collection of short stories written by Williams, is a sure bet if you're looking to be scared and left with your mouth hanging open, wondering "How'd THAT happen?" Williams has a real knack for adding a great twist to a story.

This is a good collection by a fine writer. One for horror readers of all types. 
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This is a mere sampling of what lies in store for you when you read Jackie's stories. She has many more  coming out this year. Keep your eyes peeled for announcements from me. Jackie has something for everyone. You can purchase her short stories for .99 and read samples of her longer works. You'll see what I mean.

Jackie G. Williams is a Woman In Horror! 

Blaze McRob

J G Williams was born in Wales UK. She is married with three grown children and eight grandchildren. She has always loved horror and ghost stories. From an early age her father told her creepy tales of ghosts and ghouls. That's when her love of horror began. Besides writing, she enjoys art and looking after her menagerie of pets. There's never a dull moment in the Williams household.

She also writes children's books;The Tori-Jean Series is available now. Written for young children, so too Liam and Storm's Space Adventure. Great little books for kids. She's also written a book on Fibromyalgia called, Baby Steps, Facing up to Fibromyalgia. Horror, Poetry, life and Children's come from the same pen. Pop in and say hello.

J G Williams
Author Jackie Williams


Baby Steps: Facing Up To Fibromyalgia by Jackie Williams (Jan 20, 2014)

Courting the Reaper by Jackie G Williams (Jul 6, 2014)


A Feast of Horror by J. G. Williams (Jan 18, 2011)


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Liam and Storm's Alien Adventure by Jackie Williams (Jul 14, 2013)

Tori-Jean's Busy Day (Tori-Jean, No! Book 1) by Jackie Williams (Dec 10, 2012)


Yesterdays Children by Jackie G Williams (Mar 30, 2012)


Tombie by Jackie G. Williams and Blaze McRob (Jun 18, 2014)


Road Kill by Jackie Williams (Dec 28, 2011)


Geisha by Jackie G Williams (Jul 13, 2012)


Gerald's Car by Jackie Williams (Dec 29, 2011)


Highest Hill by Jackie Williams and Gemma Lewis (Feb 26, 2012)


Six Fright-Mares by Jackie Williams and Gypsy Patti (Sep 14, 2012)


Wonder-Feed by Jackie G Williams (Jun 1, 2012)

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