A Field of Fireflies

Emotionally complex and charged with suspense, A Field of Fireflies is the unforgettable story of family, love, loss, and an old baseball field where magic occurs, including the grace of forgiveness and second chances. More

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About Joey Jones

Joey Jones' writing style has been described as a mixture of Nicholas Sparks, Richard Paul Evans, and James Patterson. The ratings and reviews of his debut novel A Bridge Apart (2015) and his second novel Losing London (2016) reflect the comparison to the aforementioned New York Times bestselling authors. Readers can anticipate the same from his new novel A Field of Fireflies, expected to release in March 2018.

Joey Jones fell in love with creative writing at a young age and decided in his early twenties that he wanted to write a novel. His debut novel A Bridge Apart is a suspenseful love story that was years in the making as he tinkered with the book off and on while working full-time in the marketing field. In February 2016, Jones became a full-time novelist and published his second novel Losing London later that year.

In his spare time, Jones enjoys spending time with his family, playing sports, working out, reading, and writing inspirational quotes. His favorite meal is a New York Style Pizza with a Mt. Dew. He won the 8th-grade spelling bee at his school, but if you ask him how many students participated, he’ll likely say, “Such minor details are not important!” He currently lives in North Carolina with his family.

Joey Jones earned a B.A. in Business Administration from the University of Maryland University College where he graduated with honors (2006). He was the owner of a full-service advertising agency and taught business and marketing courses as an adjunct college instructor.

Jones is currently writing his fourth novel, and he invites you to connect with him online to find out more about the upcoming novel, book signings, giveaways, exciting news, charities, and more.

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