B. T. Jones



Brian Jones, who writes under the pen name B. T. Jones, is an American author who wrote Dark Cave, a preteen adventure / horror. The book is sold world-wide; available at Barnes and Noble, Amazon and book stores everywhere.

Jones also wrote Little Ed (Book of Short Stories) and Little Ed (Zoo Visit), the first two books in a series of Little Ed books. A children’s book series written in a style for adults to read to children. He believes it is important to bring adults and children together through reading. “Books should be enjoyed for years to come. It is great to see children reading, and enjoying books their parents once read to them,” says Jones. The books have been selling copies around the world. The first book (Book of Short Stories) is available at Barnes and Noble, and retailers everywhere.  The second book (Zoo Visit) is available exclusively on Amazon. It will be released to retailers after the publication of the third book in the series.

The main character in the Little Ed series is a miniature service horse he owns to aid him in mobility. Many of the stories are based on the lives and events of real animals. He includes a web page in each book, where readers can view the animals they read about.

Jones also takes time to make public appearances with his animals for special events, book signing and children’s birthdays. If interested in booking an event, you can message Jones on the CONTACT page of this site.


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