H.M. Jones

Washington state author H.M. Jones. Jones is an N.I.E.A finalist and B.R.A.G medallion honoree for her debut novel, Monochrome. She writes poetry, fantasy, sci-fi and speculative fiction. In her spare time, she loves to cosplay with her two favorite geeklets, sing to her chickens and dance haphazardly around the house while talking to characters she hasn’t written yet. Her dog worries for her.

Get H. M. Jones’ story, Ariana’s Hope, in Hidden Magic.

Ariana has come of age. Her father has been trying to marry her off to any rich Lordling who makes an offer in a weak attempt to save her from the attentions of the evil Count Repugnian. Unfortunately for her father and suitors, Ariana has a knack for intimidating young men. A strange power flows through her veins. It’s a power that terrifies her, but also gives her hope. If it doesn’t kill her, it might save her. Find out in Hidden Magic.

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