D.S. Williams is the author of a number of books, including the supernatural romance series, The Nememiah Chronicles and Protective Hearts.
A prolific reader and writer, D.S. has been writing since the time she was five years old, and spends most of her days listening to the many characters who are still sitting in the waiting room inside her brain, waiting for an opportunity to tell their story. Some of them are far more vocal than the others, and they invariably fight to have their stories told… usually when D.S. is concentrating on a different character’s story altogether!
D.S. loves supernatural romance, contemporary romance, historical books and works of non-fiction. D.S. considers herself an ‘author in training’ who still doesn’t think she gets it right the majority of the time.
When not pounding away at the keyboard as D.S. Williams, she writes under her pseudonym Leah Dempster. Leah writes raunchy erotic romances with plenty of heart. D.S. used to keep her alter-ego a secret, but now she’s loud and proud about her work under both names.
And finally, (because let’s face it, writing doesn’t necessarily pay the bills…) D.S. provides editing services as ‘The Pedantic Punctuator’, helping other authors polish their manuscripts before publication.
Completely introverted, D.S. loves nothing more than to sit in the comfort and security of her own home, while she lives, breathes and dreams of all the places where her characters live their lives.
While she has written for more than forty years, it’s only recently that D.S. has worked up the courage to publish, and she’s working on a number of new projects, along with polishing some of her older, dustier novels, which had collected in a pile in a cupboard while she prevaricated over letting people read them.
D.S. lives in Perth, Western Australia with her long-suffering husband of thirty years, their four adult and near-adult children (none of whom appear to be planning to leave home anytime soon), and the current furry members of the family, Tuppence the Wonderdog and Angus McFangus.
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