Jim Williams Newspaper Articles 

Jim Williams Newspaper Articles – https://jimwilliamsbooks.com/ “Jim Williams first hit the news when his early novels had the uncanny knack of coming true. The Hitler Diaries was published nine months before the celebrated forgery came out. Farewell to Russia dealt … Continue reading

Jim Williams’ American Values, just published

Jim Williams’ American Values American Values, a controversial re-write of American history by Jim Williams: To read a sample, click here Conspiracies are not meant to be understood. America in the Fall of 1963. The ageing “Big A” has been … Continue reading

“A MESSAGE TO THE CHILDREN” A GUIDE TO WRITING AUTOBIOGRAPHY. – “MY HOLIDAYS” – LESSON EIGHT

MY HOLIDAYS Waterside was a caravan park by a rocky cove. The railway line ran next to it, taking trains to Paignton and Torquay. At the age of eight I sat on the grassy embankment and watched the Great Western … Continue reading

“A MESSAGE TO THE CHILDREN” A GUIDE TO WRITING AUTOBIOGRAPHY. – “LITTLE JIMMY’S XMAS”- LESSON SEVEN

LITTLE JIMMY’S CHRISTMAS Auntie Lottie suffers from deafness, senility and badly fitting false teeth. She’s a relative of Auntie Winnie, my Uncle Fred’s wife, and already a million years old when Little Jimmy is born. I only ever see her … Continue reading

“A MESSAGE TO THE CHILDREN” A GUIDE TO WRITING AUTOBIOGRAPHY. – “THE LAST VICTORIAN” – LESSON FIVE

THE LAST VICTORIAN My childhood was spent in a Victorian world of slums: of mill chimneys, cobbled streets, gas lamps and yellow smogs. This wasn’t true for all my contemporaries in nineteen fifties Oldham. The Coppice, for example, was the … Continue reading

A GUIDE TO WRITING AUTOBIOGRAPHY. – “THE LAST COWBOY IN WREXHAM” – LESSON FOUR – By Jim Williams

LESSON FOUR – THE LAST COWBOY IN WREXHAM Hughie Williams was an Indian fighter. He and his drinking pal, my Uncle Denis, killed the last one in Wrexham, in the summer of 1954, one morning shortly before breakfast, while Little … Continue reading

Why I’m writing this blog…

This Was Written by Nick Webb and I added the links. Once I was a publisher whose last job was as the UK gaffer of an improbable American corporation. Then I became a scribbler.  My experience on both sides of … Continue reading