Jonathan L. Howard answers your questions — Ask the AuthorYou are my bestest pals Terms and conditions apply! For this you will get all the previous levels, plus be mentioned in acknowledgements of any new books. Also, any new work will be open for a Tuckerisation, i. Limitations are that Tuckerisations are only for stories that use modern names so not, for example, a "Kyth the Taker" story , and I have final veto, which I shall use sensibly. I just don't want to feel honour bound to include "Arsy McArseface" simply because somebody with more money than sense wins the sweepstake.
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See Featured Authors Answering Questions. Ask the Author: Jonathan L. Howard Answered Questions Sort By: newest oldest popular. An error occurred while sorting questions for author Jonathan L. I loved both Russalka books, and I was wondering if there would ever be a third?
I might be a little in love with Joannes Cabal, which is super, super fucked up. First books in series are usually my least favorite books. At times Carter and Lovecraft suffers from slow pacing and too much exposition, but when I got about two-thirds of the way in, things ramped up considerably. This book is part ode of Lovecraft and part noir detective fiction. Former homicide detective Daniel Carter quit his job after some Weird Shit happened. He checks it out to find that the bookstore is run by all-around-badass and descendant of HP Lovecraft, Emily.
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Jonathan L. Howard is a British writer and game designer, known mainly for his novels about Johannes Cabal the Necromancer. He lives with his wife and daughter near Bristol. Howard worked as scriptwriter and video game writer since the early s, and wrote the Broken Sword series of games among others. He came to readers' attention with his series of black comedy novels about the necromancer Johannes Cabal. Other works include the Russalka Chronicles , a series of young adult submarine warfare science fiction novels. Set on the ocean planet Russalka, named after the mythical mermaid by its Russian colonists, they follow young civilian submariner Katya Kuriakova as she lives through a time of increasing conflict between the colonists' two main factions and the remnants of a failed Terran invasion.
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