Take a look at this.
From Faith Bloom’s Relentless listing on Amazon:
Tabetha Jones, editor extraordinaire, spelled her own name wrong. On an author’s listing. That’s seen by millions of people around the world.

Yeah. That’s who I want handling my books.


6 thoughts on “Jone

  1. And before anybody gets all excited about how great she is for getting a book seen by millions of people around the world, ANYBODY can slap a book on Createspace and get it on
    But it takes special talent to spell your own name wrong on it.

  2. Hey why does it say Jones anyway? I thought Tabetha married prince charming last year droven up the aisle by her daddy on a Harley so why isn’t she calling herself Mrs Henley instead of Ms Jones? Oh right he dumped her so maybe she hurried up and got a fake divorce from her fake marriage.

    • I don’t care if she’s married or not. It’s none of my business unless it impacts her illegal company. She can call herself Bobo the humpback goldfish for all I care. What matters is how she scams her authors, regardless of what her name is.

      I think a better question is why her name is even in that listing at all. I noticed that in Mystic/Phoenix listings, editors, artists and the name of the company are all included in the top line along with the author’s. Why? Search any other author on Amazon and the only name you see by the title is the author’s. Go ahead. Search away. We’ll wait. If you find one, let me know, because I didn’t.

      putting all those names up there with the author’s is as unprofessional as everything else about that bogus, illegal company.

      Editing, art and publishing are part of the production of the book. That’s what publishers do. Publishers are not responsible for writing the book, unless a writer self publishes. Or, if they use so many aliases they can’t keep ’em all straight. The artists, editors and publishers names do not belong next to the writer’s beside the book in the listings.

      But I guess if she knew the first thing about running a legitimate, professional publishing company, it just wouldn’t be Tabetha Jone.

  3. Update:

    As of June, 2016, Tabetha Jones has no publishing companies in operation that we know about, so our investigation of her has been halted. The point of examining her in the first place was to advocate for authors that reported no royalties and other related abuse from her. If she’s not involved with publishing anymore, that job’s done.

    The posts about her remain in public view in case she starts a new one in the future.

    If more publishing concerns about Tabetha Jones (Willis, Farmer Hoover, Saulters, etc) – AKA Zooey Sweete, Emerald Rai Fleurs, et al – arise in the future, we will post relevant updates. But for now, we’re focusing on happier topics.


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