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The Wanderer.
My young adult romance with a paranormal twist is OUT NOW!


Nothing can stand in the way of love, not even death.
Alone in the world, Maggie only has her visits to her nan to look forward to. When the most popular boy in school saves her life she has no idea why he is suddenly acting like a different person.
Stuck between life and death, Ryder spends his days wandering around unseen by the living. When the girl he loves walks into danger, Ryder breaks the number one Wanderer’s rule: he saves her life.
But how can a Wanderer and a living girl ever reach their happily ever after?
For those who enjoy heart-wrenching teenage romance with a touch of the paranormal, The Wanderer is a moving and compelling YA romance dealing with first love and growing up.
Paperbacks can also be purchased from your local bookstore!

Early feedback for The Wanderer:

“The Wanderer is a gut-wrenching, epic love story that I could not put down. I was addicted and rooting for Ryder and Maggie from the start.” ~ Natasha Preston, #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Cellar and The Lake

“A poignant story about two teens dealing with loneliness and looking for a sense of connection. Moving and intense.” ~ Kat Ellis, author of Harrow Lake

A beautiful book about loss, longing, and love. Josie Williams paints a touching picture of two teens, separated by life and death, battling loneliness to find love for the first time. Thoroughly enjoyable!” ~ NJ Simmonds, author of The Path Keeper

“A heartbreaking love story with a ghostly twist; I fell in love with Ryder and Maggie and felt every longing glance and stolen touch. Just gorgeous.” ~ Cynthia Murphy, author of Last One To Die

“A beautiful and thought-provoking story… 5 must-read stars.” ~ Ann, Literary Lust

“The Wanderer is such a touching, heartfelt romance that you won’t want to put down. Josie Williams has penned this novel with so much emotion it just jumps off the pages and pulls you in.” ~ Kim, Goodreads reviewer

“[The Wanderer] invited me to consider mortality and the value of life, combining more realist fiction with that of the supernatural in order to create a surprising Teen/YA read.” ~ Sunny Reads, Goodreads reviewer