Tag Archive | jill williamson

Review: Just Dumb Enough

Review: Just Dumb Enough

Some things are no brainers. Like plunking down $2.99 for Just Dumb Enough. That’s less than your average Starbucks drink seasonal drink, and this purchase won’t make you fat. Even splurging on the paperback won’t set you back much more than a fast food combo ($7.99) and has no trans fats. Did I mention the […]

Living With the Witch Doctor

“So, what do you think it is?” “Don’t know. Probably a bite or an allergic reaction to some soap maybe.” “Well I wore this shirt yesterday without any problems and I’ve never had a real allergic reaction before, but what in the world would bite me back there.” I tried once again to crane my […]

Special Guest Blog – Jill Williamson

Introduction by Keven Newsome We are pleased to have Christy Award winning author Jill Williamson back with us again. Jill is the author of the Blood of Kings series published by Marcher Lord Press. I held my breath when I asked her back, fearing she wouldn’t have forgiven the one less than stellar review published […]

Review: By Darkness Hid

(Warning: This is probably my first true “review” of a published book. Sure, I discuss them a lot, but not write this stuff down for all to see. Second, this is long.) If books were recipes, I could happily mark the 5 star option. Just like the “Awesome Chocolate Chip Cookies” recipe, it has all […]

A Thumbscrew Review: By Darkness Hid, by Jill Williamson

This review has been delayed, because I earnestly anguished over its writing.  Much prayer and council has gone into this review, and I regret to say it may not be the glowing review that might be expected.  I really wanted to like this book, it being my first review for Marcher Lord Press.  I had […]

CSFF Blog Tour: By Darkness Hid, by Jill Williamson

I’ve been looking forward to this blog tour, but my time was required elsewhere and I didn’t get fully prepared in time.  As part of the CSFF Blog Tour, I received a review copy of By Darkness Hid and did an interview with Jill.  But as a reviewer for Marcher Lord Press, I need to […]