Web Home of Sidney Williams
Welcome, to the online home of Sidney Williams, author of horror and thrillers, short stories, graphic novels and comic book mini-series.
His short and long fiction has appeared in numerous magazines and anthologies including Cemetery Dance, Under the Fang, Cat Ladies of the Apocalypse, Quoth the Raven and Hot Blood: Deadly After Dark.
Fool’s Run is the first novel featuring Si Reardon. Nobody wants to hire a cop fresh out of prison unless it’s a job no one wants.
“This thriller-cum-caper will keep readers eagerly turning the pages.”
– Publisher’s Weekly
Disciples of the Serpent is an installment
Her investigation soon becomes a quest that will lead into the dark secrets of ancient Ireland and face the awakening of dangerous destruction.
The book follows other works in the series including Crockatiel by David Niall Wilson and The Noose Club by David Bischoff.
Now in trade paper and ebook, Dark Hours follows student journalist Allison Rose as she tries to prove an escaped murderer is hiding out on the campus of the small college she attends.
Soon she finds herself drawn into a labyrinth that will force her to confront a brilliant and twisted mastermind as well as secrets from her own past. Get it from Amazon and other ebook vendors.
“This is a cool claustrophobic suspense novel with believable characters who do what human often do – make mistakes but make up for them. It’s a tight, well-written book, I highly recommend.”
Books old and new are available from Crossroad Press
New Short Stories
The Fury, a tale of suburban revenge, can be found in Sanitarium Magazine No. 3.
Witch of Washington Park, a scientist struggles to establish an urban agricultural oasis in a post-apocalyptic wasteland. It’s found in Cat Ladies of the Apocalypse from Camden Park Press.
Strake Hall, a Scottish ghost story, is available in Love Among the Thorns, an anthology of Gothic and paranormal romance.
Covered in Crimson, a work of transgressive horror, can be found in Deranged.
Shotgun Wedding is available in the October/November 2018 issue of Aphotic Realm, Eldritch.
A Cooler of Craft Brew is included in Quoth the Raven, an anthology featuring 21st Century re-imagining of the tales of Edgar Allan Poe.
What the Blackwater Knowsis featured in Infernal Ink (Fall/Winter 2018)
Sleepers, a Lovecraftian story of a search through London for lost sheet music, can be read for free at Paper Tape.
Admiral of the Narrow Seas, a pirate fantasy adventure, is also available at Paper Tape.
Decoherence, flash fiction horror, is now available at DM du Jour.
Read my social satire/horror tale Mr. Berrinton in the July 2015 issue of Black Fox Literary Magazine.