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Howard Andrew Jones

When not helping run his small family farm or spending time with his amazing wife and children, Howard can be found hunched over his laptop or notebook, mumbling about flashing swords and doom-haunted towers. He has worked variously as a TV cameraman, a book editor, a recycling consultant, and a college writing instructor. He was instrumental in the rebirth of interest in Harold Lamb’s historical fiction, and has assembled and edited 8 collections of Lamb’s work for the University of Nebraska Press. His stories of Dabir and Asim have appeared in a variety of publications over the last ten years, and led to his invitation to join the editorial staff of Black Gate magazine in 2004, where he has served as Managing Editor ever since.

Genres: Fantasy
   A Book of Blades (2022) (with Cora Buhlert, Jason Ray Carney, Chuck Clark, J M Clarke, John C Hocking, Scott Oden, Matthew John Slick, Jason Waltz and L D Whitney)
Howard Andrew Jones recommends
The Robots of Gotham (2018)
Todd McAulty
"Adventure, mystery, action, sinister intrigue, clever heroics, and robots--what more do you need? I couldn't put it down."
Saint Death's Daughter (2022)
(Saint Death, book 1)
C S E Cooney
"C.S.E. Cooney has always been a consummate wordsmith, but with Saint Death's Daughter she proves she's a master of long form fantasy as well. Cooney sets her budding young necromancer adrift in a dazzlingly dark, weird, engaging and strangely warm world alive with memorable characters, hidden secrets and sinister intrigues. Everything, from tiny elements of characterization to overall pacing to information about the setting, is handled with a deft skill others should strive to emulate. This is a masterful work from a writer at the top of her game. I can hardly wait to see what she conjures next!"
Empire of Exiles (2022)
(Books of the Usurper, book 1)
Erin M Evans
"Splendid world building, compelling mysteries and characters, and a fascinating magic system. Erin Evans delivers the goods."

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