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Honor Gazette


Winter 2021


   We hope everyone had a wonderful holiday season and are beginning the new year with challenging new goals.

   It has been a very productive winter at House of Honor Books. December saw the release of two books by Jack LaFountain. Blood Moon is the second installment in the successful Ed Landry series, and Judgment the next Mann of God novel.

   Meanwhile, Tracks and Bayou Moon are now on Audible and iTunes. Both are narrated by Cameron Buckner of Dixie Cryptid and What If It’s True podcasts. We have also contracted with Cameron to narrate Tokens of Perdition and Blood Moon. 

      Production of Judgment the second Mann of God novel is currently underway with Chris Tatum doing the narration and should be available on Audible by the end of February.

   The future at House of Honor Books looks bright. We have contracted with a host of new authors for 2022. Be on the lookout for books by Rachel Roth, Keshia Willi, Rick Shaw, Cillian Dunne, Judy Snyder, Julia Yeoh, James Lewis Huss, and Ryan Stevens. Stop by Our Authors page for a sneak peek at their stories. More about those with projected winter release dates later.

     We hope you enjoy this issue’s free story New Moon of Kentucky by Jack LaFountain.

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Get a Signed Copy

   Would you like a signed copy of one of our books, but can’t make it to an author’s signing event?

     Send an email to and we will tell you how to get one shipped to your door.

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     For those who like free stuff. We have promo codes available for Bayou Moon, Death Rides the Red River, Tracks, Redemption, and Face to Face with the Gods.

     Email us with Promo Code in the subject line, tell us which book you want, and we will send you a code for a free audiobook from Audible.

Like Us on Facebook

   House of Honor Books has a new Facebook page, where we will be sharing news of upcoming book releases, and letting you know when our books are being added to Audible.

   We hope in the near future to host Facebook live interviews with our authors. Be sure to stop, take a look, and give us a thumbs up.

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Judgment is coming to Audible

   Judgment, the second novel in the Mann of God series is in the final stages of review and will be debuting as an audiobook on Audible very soon. The story is narrated by the very talented Chris Tatum who brings the characters to life.  

   Kit Mann and his companions travel to Lincoln, Nebraska, where he surrenders to the authorities and faces trial for murder. Author Jack LaFountain weaves horse thieves, train robbers, jailbreaks, and courtroom intrigue into a thrilling tale of the old west.

Sample Judgment Now

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   James Lewis Huss is the author of this Young Adult novel with an interesting twist on one high schooler’s attempts to fit in.

   Let Ned take you along through his classes, struggles with homework, parties, video games, and girl troubles that every fifteen-year-old guy faces.         However, Ned’s not your typical high school student—he’s part of an experimental program. Oh, and Ned’s a chimpanzee.

Author Spotlight

   Judy Snyder is a talented graphic artist who works with our authors to design book covers we use here at House of Honor Books.

   She owns and operates her own business designing logos, brochures, business cards, and posters.

   In her spare time, Judy has been busy working on a collection of short stories soon to be published by House of Honor Books.

New Moon of Kentucky

     This issue’s featured story was written by Jack LaFountain. It is one of his first stories and was originally written for a collection of short stories that were never published. The original book was inspired by stories told by Jack and the group of men he served with while in the Philippines in 1974. On rainy nights huddled in the rear of their truck, they loved to indulge in weird, scary, and downright odd tales.

     Many years later, Jack published one of the stories from the collection in an anthology entitled And Come Out Fighting, Tales of Guts and Glory. Now, he offers us a look at one more.

     Do you know the difference between a fairy tale and a “war story”? There’s a clue in the story. Send the correct answer to and win a free Bigfoot tee shirt. (Limited number and sizes).

Click here to go to the story.

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