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Neo-noir author, Rebecca Jones-Howe

Hi, I’m Rebecca Jones-Howe!

I write neo-noir horror. My stories are sometimes gothic, sometimes erotic, sometimes criminal, but always minimalist and raw.
I also blog about writer life.

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During the COVID-19 pandemic, Costco employee Jamie endures a violent workplace incident, which tangles her into the calming control of her new coworker, Brendan.

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Desperate to leave her abusive fiance, Annie moves into her distant uncle’s home, only for truths to call from the shadows that she can’t escape.

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STORIES

Vile Men

Vile Men is a collection of fourteen short stories that are transgressive in nature, filled with heart and emotion, leaving you sweaty and spent, your heart pounding in your chest. Stolen moments on the subway, fear of intimacy, sexual perversion and dark fears come home to roost all unite in a powerful mixture of literary fiction, contemporary fairy tales, and late night confessions. Shocking and yet touching, unnerving and yet brutally honest, Rebecca Jones-Howe is an emerging author that you’ll want to keep an eye on.

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Latest Blog Posts

Interview w/Kirsten McNeill

Hey friends, it’s been a bit of a while. As with most, I’ve fallen behind on a few things. BUT, all is not lost because…
Cover image for the short story "The Paper Bag Princess" by Rebecca Jones-Howe

A LOOK BACK: “The Paper Bag Princess”

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Moodboard image for the short story, "The Red House" by Rebecca Jones-Howe

MOODBOARD: “The Red House”

HOLY SHIT does it feel like forever since I last made a MOODBOARD post. It wasn’t even that long ago but time obviously hit a…
How Coronavirus is Impacting My Kid

5 Ways That Coronavirus is Impacting My Kid

Everyone’s sharing their coronavirus impact tales online and they’re all so similar, right? We’re just chilling in our sweatpants, baking bread, drinking wine in a…
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