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Q&A with TUESDAY FALLING author S. Williams

What drew you to the world of crime? Watching James Bond as a child.  Then Get Carter. Then reading Chandler. James Lee Burke. Rupert Thomson. Working in Soho and swimming in the fabulous gutteratti that butters the place. What author (besides yourself) do you think that everyone… Read More

S is for Strawberry – S. Williams on pseudonyms

Author S. Williams of Tuesday Falling talks writing under a pseudonym. And a quirky one at that. ‘The problem with being with a writer is that you either never see them, or they want to get involved in entirely inappropriate ways,’ said my partner. ‘What’s wrong with wanting to call… Read More

The Weapons of Tuesday #killerfest15

When deciding on what weapons would suit Tuesday I had to think carefully. I wanted them to be cool, stylish and completely unavailable. The last thing I wanted was to get a phone call about some copycat murder. I pull the 1934 Russian PB 9mm silenced pistol from my thigh… Read More

The beginnings of TUESDAY FALLING.

Happy Publication Day to Tuesday Falling! Author S. Williams takes us through the underground origins of his new book. When I was six I got into trouble for smashing a hole in the back of my cupboard with my dad’s hammer, trying to find Narnia. It wasn’t a lot of trouble,… Read More

Q&A with S. Williams, author of TUESDAY FALLING

What drew you to the world of crime? Watching James Bond as a child.  Then Get Carter. Then reading Chandler. James Lee Burke. Rupert Thomson. Working in Soho and swimming in the fabulous gutteratti that butters the place. What author (besides yourself) do you think that everyone should… Read More

Preview: TUESDAY FALLING by S. Williams

Sometimes, I like to just sit on the tube, travelling from station to station. The station, then the tunnel, then the station. Over and over. The white. The black. I never look directly at anyone; I always look at them in the windows. Read More