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I’m Ryan. You can check out my bio, but in short, I’ve been a professional writer and a career librarian for over thirty years. I’ve written a bunch of books, become an indie publisher, and also love creating artwork and connecting with my fellow readers living this READINARY life! We only get to share our short lives on this (or any) planet with a few people—I look forward to getting to know you.
Ryan M. Williams lives a double life as a full-time career librarian and a multi-genre writer with over twenty books. He writes across a range of genres including science fiction, fantasy, paranormal, mystery, horror, and romance. His newsletter is Readinary, he has a YouTube channel, and an Instagram feed. His latest novel for adults is Infestation, a ghost story in space. He earned a Master of Arts degree in writing popular fiction from Seton Hill University and a Master of Library and Information Science from San Jose University. His short fiction has appeared in Pulphouse Fiction Magazine, On Spec Magazine, and anthologies from Pocket Books and WMG Publishing.