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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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After two and a half years of interviewing hybristophiliacs on his Dear Murderer podcast, paranoid host Mitchell finds himself at odds with his growing fanbase.

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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.


Latest Blog Posts

How to ENJOY Editing Your Fiction

Okay writers, this might sting, but I just can’t with your complaints about editing. I get it, though. Nobody likes to read an onslaught of…

EXCERPT: “The Phantom of the Podcast”

Forecasts call for a heat wave this week in Kamloops, which means that there’s no better time to drop a my latest Patreon-exclusive story, “The…

UPDATE: A Swift Return to Sanity?

A couple weeks back I received a phone call from my manager about returning to work. Being the second call of this variety, I realized…
Things That Burn by Rebecca Jones-Howe

EXCERPT: “Things That Burn”

Most of June passed before I managed to pen my Patreon story. But it’s out now. It’s called “Things That Burn” and once again I’m…

MOODBOARD: “Things That Burn”

I struggled to write this month’s Patreon story. Writer’s block kept me in a choke hold. I tried a ton of ideas. Even once an…