Warren Miner-Williams Author
As a writer, I use words to paint what I see; I create stories that transport the reader to an imaginary world, somewhere new and unexpected. To get a sense of my work, please feel free to explore my official writing portfolio.
Here are a few projects that are in the process of being written and will appear as time permits
My Dad's Tall Tales
Long before my sister and I were born both of our parents were in the police force. During the time my Dad was in the police force he experienced a variety of weird, sometimes funny and sometimes gruesome encounters with his colleagues and the public he was sworn to protect. Most of these he experienced firsthand but others he gathered from colleagues he knew at his home station and others he met on training courses.
No matter how incredible you find any of these tales please remember, these are true encounters of policemen and women in the 1970s. The names of all the people and locations have been changed to protect the victims and the perpetrators of crime. If you recognise yourself and you are offended, don't tell anyone else, it's probably because you are portrayed as a criminal or that you have done something daft, or both. These are stories to entertain you, not offend you. Reader discretion is advised.
Conspiracy: Toxic to Democracy
Viral Conspiracies Through the Ages
The Malleus Maleficarum, usually translated as the Hammer of Witches, published in 1486 by Heinrich Kramer is a witch finders handbook. It is the foulest misogynistic depraved piece of fantasy ever written that lead to the deaths of tens of thousands of innocent women in the 16th and 17 th centuries. Following the invention of the printing press, the book went viral through 38 editions and many 1000’s of copies, second only in popularity to the Bible. Containing tales of infanticide and drinking of a sacrificed babiy’s blood, amongst other speculative horrors, these demonic rituals have ascended the centuries and now are viral on the internet. Conspiracy: Toxic to Democracy follows some of the major conspiracy theories that threaten democracy.
“A non-writing writer is a monster courting insanity”