Write What You Want to Read

Write What You Want to Read

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My name is Steve Williamson (he/him) and I am the author of a series of fantasy novels based in a fictional world called Taesia. Books 1-4 have been completed and are available for sale here. You can purchase Kindle versions of my books directly from me here on the site, or get paperback editions as well (printed by Amazon).

In addition to being an author of fantasy novels, another of my creative works is a World War II espionage role-playing game called Ashes of Isar. The rules and an introductory mission are available as free downloads. Be sure to check it out and let me know what you think.

On a personal level, I am a budding composer and musician (drums, guitar, bass, and keyboards), I enjoy motorcycle adventure touring and bicycling, and I am also an aviation and flight simulation enthusiast. Read my blog for more about those topics (as well as articles about writing, of course). My day job is Director of Product Development at eRep, Inc. (All views expressed on this site as well as my social media accounts are my own and do not necessarily reflect the views or policies of my employer.)

Thank you for taking the time to visit my site. I hope you enjoy reading the articles I post here, and if you are a reader of my books, it is my sincerest hope that you enjoy the stories.  – Steve

I discovered The Taesian Chronicles by chance. I saw a man reading it on the train, then miss his stop. As he stood up to get off at the next stop, he saw me watching him. He shrugged and said he blamed the author (because he couldn’t put it down). I ordered a copy as soon as I got home and after it arrived I couldn’t put it down, either. The action and pace is extraordinary. Although all the characters were well developed, some really stood out and became my favorites. The author has a knack for creating action scenes that are both fantastical yet plausible, if that makes sense. I was always wanting to turn the page to see what would happened next. Not all authors can do that without it feeling tiring to the reader. He also is very good at describing what’s going on in a way that I can visualize everything, even when complex stuff is happening. The story ended in a way that makes me really hope he writes more.