PJ Jones

Biography

PJ Jones began writing parody in the spring of 2009 when she was seriously ill, thinking that ROMANCE NOVEL would be her last dying legacy for mankind. If you read it, you will probably wonder if she was trying to seal her fate in hell. Who knows? But PJ Jones has conquered her illness and is much better now.

PJ Jones is also an avid reader of real romance novels, even the sparkly vampire ones. So why does she poke fun of them? Consider it comic relief.

Where to find PJ Jones online


Books

Melvin the Dry Cleaning Zombie and Vampire Shoe Warehouse
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Price: Free! Words: 9,140. Language: English. Published: September 6, 2011. Category: Fiction » Humor & comedy » General
(5.00)
MELVIN, THE DRY CLEANING ZOMBIE-Melvin has a crush on dry cleaning customer, Simone. If only Simone would be his girl, or at the very least, let Melvin eat the gooey matter inside her cranium. VAMPIRE SHOE WAREHOUSE-Bethany's tired of selling shoes, but her boss has threatened to expose her secret to the other vampires if she quits. Can the world's worst wizard use his magic to save her?

PJ Jones’s tag cloud

comedy    dry cleaning    humor    jokes    paranormal    parody    shoe    vampire    warehouse    werewolf    wizard    zombie   

Smashwords book reviews by PJ Jones

  • Smilodon on Dec. 31, 2011

    If you are a fan of Michael Crichton style novels, then you will definitely want to read this sci-fi thriller, Smilodon. Alan Nayes manages to make the scenes so gripping, that the read went by very fast, despite the fact that this is a 300 page book. The writer weaves in touching backstory as Jason Bristol is still struggling with his son's mauling by a bear while he's also tracking a killer Saber Tooth Tiger. There's a large cast of characters, even a few villainous guys that I was really hoping would get eaten, but I won't say what happened to them. Read for yourself!
  • Smilodon on Dec. 31, 2011

    If you are a fan of Michael Crichton style novels, then you will definitely want to read this sci-fi thriller, Smilodon. Alan Nayes manages to make the scenes so gripping, that the read went by very fast, despite the fact that this is a 300 page book. The writer weaves in touching backstory as Jason Bristol is still struggling with his son's mauling by a bear while he's also tracking a killer Saber Tooth Tiger. There's a large cast of characters, even a few villainous guys that I was really hoping would get eaten, but I won't say what happened to them. Read for yourself!