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Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Guest Blogger, Jill Williamson!


My * I judge the book by grammer, spelling, plot, and, well, everything that matters! I do not always agree with all religious standings, or Bible doctrines. Please keep that in mind.*

 name is Jill Williamson. I write weird books for teens.
My name is Jill Williamson. I write weird books for teens.
My most recent book is called Replication: The Jason Experiment. It’s about a girl who discovers her biologist father is covering up multiple secrets—all of which are named Jason

My name is Jill Williamson. I write weird books for teens.
My most recent book is called Replication: The Jason Experiment. It’s about a girl who discovers her biologist father is covering up multiple secrets—all of which are named Jason.
My most recent book is called Replication: The Jason Experiment. It’s about a girl who discovers her biologist father is covering up multiple secrets—all of which are named Jason.
Originally, I called the book Jason Farms. I came up with that title the day I came up with the idea for the story. I was in a car with my sister in upstate New York. We were driving to an orchard to pick apples. As we passed farm after farm after farm, I got to daydreaming: What if there was a Farm that grew people? They could call it Jason Farms! And the idea was born.
But my publisher felt that Jason Farms 

But my publisher felt that Jason Farms was confusing, so they changed the title to Replication: The Jason Experiment.
I have two book trailers for Replication! I made one from each main character’s point of view. Here are the links:
I love book trailers. I made one for my very first novel, By Darkness Hid, then a bunch of teens got together to film a live-action trailer for my second novel, To Darkness Fled. They had such a great time they decided to make a trailer for the third book in that trilogy, From Darkness Won. That trailer is in post-production right now, but should be done any day. I can’t wait to see it! I even got to play a small role in that one. *grin*

3 comments:

  1. Thanks, Jill, for guest blogging! I needed someone to post while I was (and still am) waiting for a few interviews. Thanks so much! God bless!

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  2. Thank you for allowing me to be a guest blogger! It was fun.
    :-)
    Jill

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    1. It was! Glad you offered. I was running out of new ideas for this poor blog. :)

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