M. Jones has been published in various venues, both online and in print, with a heavy emphasis on horror fiction and speculative, weird fiction.  M. Jones has worked as a sous chef, was in nursing, did web design (good ol' css!), graphics design for brochures/newsletters, professional baker, owned and edited the short lived ezine The Random Eye, ran several web serial sites, is an author for BigWorldNetwork.com, a reviewer for TheSlaughteredBird.com and is a stubborn indie mind doodler.  

What people have to say about the work of M. Jones:

GANGSTER. Originally published by 1889Labs.

REVIEWS:

"A good story from the start, I like the fact that there was action from the start of the book, and just kept going. Kept you reading wondering what would happen next with our favorite alien. " -Amazon reviewer

FRANKIE & FORMALDEHYDE published by Bloodletters Ink

REVIEWS:

"I give Frankie and Formaldehyde 5 enthusiastic stars and recommend it to all zombie and horror fans who like a little brains with their blood and guts." Zoe E. Whitten, author, Goodreads review

WESTMARKET published by Bloodletters Ink

"Westmarket is not your typical zombie apocalypse story. The action of the story takes place in and around a big box store that bares a striking resemblance to another store that starts with a "W". The author rotates point of view in the third person throughout the story and by using this device, the characters are well developed by the time the major action of the story begins.

Overall a very interesting read and I would recommend to anyone who likes zombie and apocalypse books." - The Eclectic Bookworm, Amazon.com review.
  • Toronto, Ontario
  • JoinedNovember 26, 2010



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New ongoing serial thriller. https://www.wattpad.com/story/97762809
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Frankie & Formaldehyde by MJones
Frankie & Formaldehyde Horror
This chapter is an excerpt. Frankie and Formaldehyde can be purchased from my website at http://bloodlettersink.com A Zombie Romance that begs the question: Just what's so bad about dying, anyway? Frankie works at...
ELEVATOR by MJones
ELEVATOR Horror
Slacker student Paul is just trying to make it to school and keep his dad off his back, but time is an infection that can't be cured. With a collection of eerie strangers, he and tiny Alicia are the lone survivors...
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