Bristol-Culture.com – March 11th 2014
Bristol author Adam Jones is donating all proceeds from his new book to Sport Relief.
A Game of One Half tells the story of the strangest football match ever played and features a cast of zombies, vampires, werewolves and even the Women’s Institute.
The book is the latest in a series of novellas set in Little Whippendon where strange things tend to happen, usually in an amusing way.
Jones has built a cult following through self-publishing his work.When he isn’t writing he enjoys slow cycling and discordant guitar playing.
Bridport News – 21st March 2014
Town author’s new novella is a game of two laughs
BEAMINSTER-born author Adam Jones is allergic to sport. It makes him go all red and sweaty.
Still that hasn’t stopped him deciding to donate all the proceeds from his new book to Sport Relief because he loves the work it does for communities around the country.
He has written a novella especially for the event. The book is called A Game of One Half and is on sale now. It is available on Amazon, in Kindle edition or paperback and will remain on sale for the rest of the year.
Adam is a published academic and the author of the Little Whippendon series of novellas. The Kindle edition of A Game Of One Half is £1.99, of which £1.33 goes to Sport Relief, the paperback is £3.99 and £1.09 goes to the charity.
The book tells of the strangest football match ever, played with a cast of zombies, vampires, werewolves and the WI.
Bridport News – 7th February 2014
Local author’s latest release
EX-BEAMINSTER boy Adam Jones spent the first 20 years of his life here before mowing westwards but he still thought of his local paper when publishing his latest work of fiction.
It’s the third in his series about a fictional town, Little Whippendon, where sadly for the inhabitants werewolves and vampires have a way of popping up.
The Good, The Bad and the Werewolf has just been published and is now out on Amazon and Kindle. Adam has been writing stories for most of his life, but only beta publishing them a year ago.
He is a published academic and the author of the Little Whippendon series of the self-published novellas. When he isn’t writing he says he enjoyed cycling very slowly and discordant guitar playing. Paperback Price £6.99 and Kindle £1.99.