William Butler

The Visit

It’s that time again to share a short story I wrote a few years back. It’s been tweaked a little since I last put it out in the universe. I was going through a hard time when I wrote this. My mother had passed away. She had Cancer. I knew the only way I could […]

Stardom: A Review of Steve Balderson’s The Far Flung Star by William Butler

A dimming star. A secret message written on a post card. The adventure that’s just around the corner.   Diana Dunbar (Christa Engelbrecht) is falling out of the light of stardom. The recognition she desperately wants can only lie within reach–so she hopes. When her brother Ian shows up with some questionable characters on his […]

The Calm

I want to share with you a short story I wrote called The Calm. It’s a disturbing and candid story about abuse, ignorance, acceptance, and much much more. When writing this I was experimenting with tension between characters and nature. Melodrama fuels the story until the end, but I think that’s what creates the intense […]

First Review of My Novel Nine to Dine on Amazon

Nine to Dine Review 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful 5.0 out of 5 stars 5.0 out of 5 stars:  wow and double wow, May 11, 2013By pokey – See all my reviews This review is from: Nine to Dine (Kindle Edition)this book left me almost breathless as i sped through each page […]

Nine to Dine by William Butler on Amazon Kindle for $0.99

Amazon Kindle In the tradition of Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None, comes…Nine to Dine!   Eight people are invited to a relaxing weekend. Ten people with secrets they want to keep hidden. A deadly game that only one person can win.   Ripley Luder is throwing a weekend getaway for eight close friends. He has promised […]

Now I Lay Me Down To Reap

Now I Lay Me Down To Reap – the Newest Anthology from Sirens Call Publications  The eighth commandment; thou shalt not steal. But everyone covets something that isn’t theirs…  Wander down the darker paths of the minds of twelve brilliantly talented authors as they conjure stories of retribution, deceit and betrayal.  Would you chance your family’s […]

I Want My…I Want My MDNA–Bang Vs Madonna

During my career as a novelist I have known wonders! I became an International Bestseller within a few weeks of my first novel hitting the internet. While my career as a novelist flourished I had the opportunity to meet many…many different famous superstars. One in particular is the one and only Madonna! Yes, Ms. MDNA […]

Just The Facts…Ma’am

I came to realize when I started this journey as a writer that it comes with hard work. I actually don’t mind the work. It’s exciting and full of surprises. It is ever changing and I like that. I’m definitely not bored…:) But I am writing this post most because I am working on the edits […]

Chaser — Indiegogo

Chaser — Indiegogo: Shame = Death Chaser is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization. Contributions for the purposes of Chaser must be made payable to Fractured Atlas and are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law. The Story Disconnected from his family, culture, and community, Zachary Gold—a young, promising high […]

Steve Balderson’s The Casserole Club–A Review By William Butler

The Synopsis: Steve Balderson’s new film, “The Casserole Club” focuses on a group of mod 1960’s era suburban housewives. Close-knit and neighborly, they are all bent on one-upping each other, trying to prove that each is “the hostess with the mostess.” They begin a recipe club, and hold dinner parties, testing out their new casseroles. […]