The Friday Fiction Featuring Helen Jones

Today I’m visiting my author- and bloggy-friend, Ali Isaac, with an excerpt from my latest release, A Thousand Rooms. If you haven’t been to Ali’s blog before, hop on over – she writes wonderfully about the myths and legends of Ireland. I’m thrilled to be visiting – thanks for having me, Ali!


My dear author-friend and fellow blogger, Helen Jones, has just released her fab new book, A Thousand Rooms, and I was honoured to be able to offer my beta-reading services… all part of my cunning plan to read a great new book by one of my fave authors before anyone else, lol! Helen is already well known for her delightful fantasy series, the Ambeth Chronicles, but A Thousand Rooms takes her writing to a whole new level… this is very much a grown up story, and in its own unique way, sits perfectly with the season. Read on to find out why…

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Katie is thirty-two, single, and used to work in advertising. She’s also dead. Killed suddenly, hit by a car while crossing the road. But then… nothing happens. No angels, no loved ones arrive to help her. Instead, she’s…

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8 thoughts on “The Friday Fiction Featuring Helen Jones

  1. Hi Helen,

    Just finished A Thousand Rooms and thought it was great. I mentioned it on my month-end round-up post
    Would you like to do an author interview on my website? I’ve done a few author interviews now and enjoy doing them. Here are a few recent ones:

    Please let me know if you’d like to take part in an author interview. You can contact me at
    I look forward to hearing from you.

    1. Hi Margarita! Thanks so much for reading, reviewing and now offering me an interview spot – much appreciated! I would very much like to take part in an interview with you – I’ll drop you an email. Thanks so much again! x

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