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Book Review - "Johannes Cabal The Necromancer" by Jonathan L Howard

JOHANNES CABAL THE NECROMANCER by JONATHAN L HOWARD

PB, 335 pages, Headline

Available from Amazon

“The Necromancer” is Jonathan L Howard’s debut novel, published back in 2009 and the first in an expanding series to feature Johannes Cabal, our titular necromancer, and his undead-but-charming brother Horst. 615 more words

Fantasy

Five pieces of advice from published authors

I’ve had the amazing opportunity to meet a large amount of published writers. When I left secondary school, the school librarian gave me a notebook, and in it I have been collecting advice from the author’s I have met since then. 386 more words

Writing

The Fourth Week

This week has been pretty stressful for me, mainly because university work has been piling out of control and there is little time to do much else. 689 more words

Bethonie Waring

Review: The Brothers Cabal Ride Again!

Today’s review is of The Brothers Cabal by Jonathan L. Howard, out September 30.

Please note that The Brothers Cabal is the fourth of Howard’s Johannes Cabal series. 746 more words

Horror

The First Week

This week I started university lectures. I’m studying geophysical sciences, which really has nothing to do with writing (though I am in the process of writing a disaster story about the eruption of a super volcano next door to Vesuvius, Campi Flegrei, but that’s a different tale). 690 more words

Bethonie Waring

Blog Flashback: Johannes Cabal the Detective by Jonathan L. Howard

Johannes Cabal the Detective by Jonathan L. Howard

Procured from a certain ginormous online bookseller

Procured in November 2011

Finished on January 5, 2011

Format: A really pretty trade paperback that has the great fancy paper for the cover… I am very tactile with my books, I am realizing. 748 more words

Blog Flashback

Book review: Johannes Cabal The Detective by Jonathan L. Howard

Book review of Johannes Cabal the Detective 

I picked this book up, saw a reference to Broken Sword and immediately bought it.
I didn’t read the previous Cabal book, but Howard has crafted this one to bring you up to speed pretty quick.  164 more words