My books

I write and publish a new chapter every week. You can read all of my stuff for free, right now.

No Adults Allowed

All the grown-ups have disappeared and children are ruling the world. What could go wrong?
Read it every week on Wattpad

The Mechanical Crown

An isolated valley is torn apart by the arrival of a mysterious stranger. Epic fantasy adventure with a new chapter published every week!

Read on Wattpad
Read on Tapas

A Day of Faces

What happens if everyone born on the same day looks identical? My first serialised novel is an award-winning, fast-paced scifi thriller.

Read on Wattpad
Read on Inkitt

How To Write Serialised Fiction

Finding you never have the time to write any more? Never able to finish your writing projects? This guide will introduce you to a new way of writing.

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Simon K Jones is a writer based in Norwich, England specialising in serialised fiction. His debut novel A Day of Faces won a Watty Award in 2016 and he has just completed the 3-year serialised run of his follow-up The Mechanical Crown. In 2019 Simon was selected by Wattpad, the global online writing platform, to be a Wattpad Star and his How to Write Serialised Fiction guide continues to be read by emerging online writers around the world. His current book is No Adults Allowed, which can be read on Wattpad. When he’s not writing, Simon works at the National Centre for Writing at Dragon Hall in Norwich.

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Reader reviews

My stories have had over 140,000 reads. My readers are the best.

Daniel Wood

Goodreads review for A Day of Faces

"A fresh idea in sci-fi...Conspiracy, mind manipulation and a sense of inevitable disaster entertained me as the hapless revolutionaries blundered about. Very much enjoyed."


For The Mechanical Crown

"Story's so good I had to check and make sure there are still plenty of chapters left to enjoy reading. :)"

Kirstie Tostevin

Amazon review for A Day of Faces

"I can't get this book, or its themes, out of my head."


For A Day of Faces

"Stayed surprising till the end."


For A Day of Faces

"I don't know how you can top this. I really enjoyed reading this."

J Bramwell

For A Day of Faces

"Enjoyed this book immensely. Sincerely hope there is a sequel in you. Very well done."

A bit of blogging

I write about writing, productivity, storytelling, games and whatever else interest me. Subscribe to the mailing list and I'll tell you when new articles go up.

Let’s do some plotting

The most recent free resource pack from the National Centre for Writing focuses on PLOT and, once again, is chock full of goodies. There’s Nicola Upson on the podcast, Okechukwu Nzelu on designing the plot Read more…

Digital tools for writers

Playing catch-up on a few interesting bits and pieces, first of which is to highlight a contribution I made to a free resource pack for writers over at the National Centre for Writing. This one Read more…