Jackie Williams

Biography

Jackie G Williams writes adult horror, to give lovers of 'the scare factor' a turbulent ride into the evils of human nature.

She resides in Wales UK, and is married with three grown children and eight gorgeous grandchildren.

Where to find Jackie Williams online

Twitter: jackie533hughes
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Books

Tombie
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Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 3,000. Language: English. Published: June 18, 2014 by Visionary Press Collaborative. Category: Fiction » Horror » Undead
Tombie is narcoleptic. He didn't consider it a problem, but every time he fell asleep, his family would poke and prod until he awoke. They ignored his cries to leave him in peace and that he wasn't going to die in his sleep. When he woke one day in a body bag, Tombie decided enough was enough and left to be on his own.

Jackie Williams's favorite authors on Smashwords


Smashwords book reviews by Jackie Williams

  • Dissolute Kinship: A 9/11 Road Trip on Aug. 15, 2011

    A most enjoyable book. Filled to the brim with heartfelt feelings. We take a trip into America and feel the pain as if we are there. A visual read. That will leave you thinking.
  • Fall Leaves and the Black Dragon on Sep. 02, 2011

    I really enjoyed this book. It's horror, mystery and suspense, with a twist in the tale. All the ingredients that make a great story. Top marks to the great imagination of this author! Erik Gustafson.
  • My Lover, My Garden on Sep. 27, 2011

    I really enjoyed this story. It's a great twist on a gardening tale. A well thought out story, just beware what's in your fruit and veg. A visual story...beware if you are a vegan. Well worth a read!
  • Eddie's Shorts - Volume 1 on Sep. 28, 2011

    I enjoyed the story Bedlam. It's an enjoyable story of Jim, who works with the mentally ill inmates. He's a happy chap, then his dad shows up, throwing confusion Jim's way. It's strange that there can be two meanings to one sentence. Well worth a read. The next story, takes you to television. I wonder how many channels I flip through in a day.
  • A Flash of Inspiration: A Collection of Very Short Stories by Indie Authors on Oct. 05, 2011

    I started reading and could not stop until I had finished the book. This book left me wanting more. A lovely collection of flash fiction stories, all well written and a joy to read. Take this one on a journey and you'll never be bored.
  • Feed on Oct. 05, 2011

    I downloaded and read immediatley. The first paragraph sucked me in, it's an excellent story. Vampires...even they suffer, and for such a long time. Expect the unexpected in this great read!
  • In Extremis on Oct. 27, 2011

    This is indeed an excellent story. I was drawn in from the start. Great visuals and a tight storyline. I loved it. A new take on a zombie story. A must read!
  • Zombie Tales: Primrose Court Apt. 305 on Nov. 10, 2011

    I enjoyed this story, poor Charlie...that is until his other side takes over. He loves so deeply, and wants things to be just so; as his mamma would like. Great read! A taster to the novel is also included, in three edge of seat chapters. A story that keeps you glued to the end.
  • Chocolate-Covered Eyes: A Sampler Of Horror on Dec. 10, 2011

    I enjoyed this excellent book, a complete mix of tales, from shudders to smiles. A read that you will remember!
  • Christmas Spirit on Dec. 14, 2011

    Another great read by Jerry McKinney. Fanastic descriptions,so real you think you are actually there. Take a peek at this mans life... I wonder if these spirits are actually keeping notes on us! We all have to serve someone. Jerry is indeed a master of his craft. I recommend this great read.
  • Tick on Dec. 22, 2011

    This is indeed an excellent story, gripping. I was drawn in from the start and taken through twists and unexpected turns. Clocks can be hazardous to our health. The imagination of Jerry McKinney knows no bounds.
  • Patchouli on Dec. 28, 2011

    Another great tale by Jerry McKinney. Imagine a scent that drives you to do things out of the norm, poor Stu can't get enough of the erotic smell. He really is a good bloke, it's not his fault he's addicted. Ah, poor Stu. I loved this read, you will too.
  • Kiwi in Cat City on Jan. 26, 2012

    This is a lovely well written book, suitable for children and adults alike. A visual story that takes the reader on a trip through Cat City with Amy, James and Kiwi. Enjoy the adventure as they try to solve the mystery of the catnappings. A recommended read.
  • Tears of Love on Feb. 01, 2012

    I really enjoyed this story. The bonds of blood and love can never be broken. This story makes the reader want to read on. The characters are believable and likeable. A great little tale, you won't be disappointed.
  • Abe on Feb. 01, 2012

    Abe, seems women are his world on a love/hate basis. He won't take any back chat, though he loves their company. An enjoyable read, that stays in your memory.
  • Death Bonds on Feb. 01, 2012

    Beware, if you think you are getting a good deal on a house, everything comes at a price. A real creep fest of a story. This story twists and takes the reader with it, totally enjoyable.
  • Lie Canthropy on Feb. 26, 2012

    Small towns have secrets, some have creepy secrets. A totally engrossing story! Another great!
  • The Thing in the Closet on March 10, 2012

    I really enjoyed this read, evil comes in so many forms, Carole has caught this perfectly. This little story filled me with emotions, and the ending...perfect. Life is filled with horrors.
  • Takers on March 19, 2012

    A real squirm fest of a story. Jerry has done it again! I really enjoyed the read. A day out at the beach ends in horror, as a family have world torn apart. A must read!
  • Turning of the Tides on May 19, 2012

    I enjoyed this story. It's not very long, but it packs a punch. Well written with a nice flow. Beware what lurks in the ocean.
  • Flesh & Blood on June 15, 2012

    A really enjoyable story, written in a way that Jerry McKinney has mastered. A great tale of family, the love between a father and son, with the odds stacked against them. The descriptions, so vivid, I felt as though I was there. These zombies have the creep factor, who is friend, who is foe. I recommend this fine read.
  • Jar Baby on Oct. 25, 2013

    I totally enjoyed this story. Jar Baby is no normal baby, he's steeped in history and malice. The characters in this book are great, I had some cool laugh out loud moments. As always by author Lori R Lopez, the book is well written and holds the attention the whole way through. Great read, I recommend it!
  • Spooked on Jan. 20, 2014

    As always another great read by Lori R Lopez. I really enjoyed this tale of vengeful ghosts with their own agenda. Special guest star is the cat, with a spectacular performance. Totally enjoyable. Better get Spooked!
  • The Lost Graveyard. on Jan. 20, 2014

    I enjoyed this book. It kept my attention. It would have made 5 stars, but for editing, formatting problems. The storyline is very good, I totally enjoyed the dialogue. The characters are great, each one hiding a twist of fate. It sure makes one think of the limbo side of death.
  • Malavore's Curse on March 17, 2014

    A totally enjoyable tale. When a lie is believed a happy village is torn inside out. The liar has brought a curse upon them, cast from an innocent's mouth. The story drew me in as I was introduced to believable characters. As the saying goes, 'The sins of the fathers fall on the children.' Read Malavore's Curse and decide for yourself. Lisa McCourt Hollar has the scare factor.