Beatriz Williams

Beatriz Williams is a USA Today, New York Times and International Bestselling Author. She graduated from Stanford University for her undergrad and has a Master of Business Administration degree from Columbia.

Before becoming a full-time author, Williams worked and lived in London and New York, where she worked as a communication strategy specialist. It was at these jobs that she concealed her first literary works on company laptops. Williams eventually left this career track to focus more on her writing. She now resides close to the Connecticut shore with her husband and their four children.

Williams’ novels take place in different time periods, ranging from the 1910s up through the 1960s. Beatriz can’t recall why she had the idea to transform Richard Strauss’ opera “Der Rosenkavalier” into a novel, but she was fascinated with the character Marchallin, so it happened effortlessly. Williams chose to set the novel, titled “A Certain Age”, in 1920s New York, and the tale encompasses a lot of themes: old and new, sensitive, and brutal, new money versus old money.

Books in order of publication:

Schuyler Sisters Books

The Secret Life of Violet Grant(2014) 
Tiny Little Thing(2015) 
Along the Infinite Sea(2015) 

The Wicked City Books

Wicked City(2017) 
The Wicked Redhead(2019) 

Standalone Novels

Overseas(2012) 
A Hundred Summers(2013) 
The Forgotten Room (With: Karen White,Lauren Willig)(2016) 
A Certain Age(2016) 
Cocoa Beach(2017) 
The Summer Wives(2018) 
The Glass Ocean (With: Karen White,Lauren Willig)(2018) 
The Golden Hour(2019) 
All the Ways We Said Goodbye (With: Karen White,Lauren Willig)(2020) 
Her Last Flight(2020) 
The Aviatrix(2020) 
Our Woman in Moscow(2021) 

Short Stories/Novellas

An American Airman in Paris(2016) 

Short Story Collections

Fall of Poppies(2016)
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