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ART OF EROTIC WRITING
[re: quality sexual literature]
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Interviews / Reviews
What people are saying and have said about Jess and her work.
Or (in the case of interviews), Jess "in her own words."
INTERVIEWS / FEATURES:
INTERVIEW: Jess C Scott
"Author / Illustrator Jess C Scott deserves kudos from RCGNTN.
Determined to break away from the traditional writer's mold,
Jess's work exudes pure honesty that deserves praise. If passion
does not take the form of illustrating your own book art as
well, we don't know what does."
-- RCGNTN Magazine (SG)
@ OPEN BRIEF
Jess: "Sexuality can be a particularly sensitive topic
ó writers might be a bit hesitant to put so much of themselves
-- Open Brief (Asia)
in THE STRAITS TIMES
"[In the Pillow Fight: Women Write Better Sex Than
Men debate], Scott said that in the British literary world's
annual Bad Sex Awards..."
-- The Straits Times (Singapore)
WORD ORDER @ THE ARTS HOUSE
"Bold, fearless and always original,
Jess C Scott blazes her own trail in the literary world..."
-- The Arts House (Singapore)
MEDIA MENTION in THE REGISTER:
Amazon randomly censoring books
"Author Jess C Scott asked if any other authors had
had their books deleted by Amazon 'without warning/ explanation',
and then went on to detail the somewhat hazy explanations given
by Amazon for their deletion of her title, Wicked Lovely.
-- The Register (UK)
Jess on Blending Fantasy and Sci-Fi
"I might anger some folks, with my unrestricted merging
and 'cross-pollination' of genres. But I'd rather do that than
be accused of reusing/recycling/rehashing things that have already
been done before."
-- Literary Escapism (USA)
SPOTLIGHT: Jess C Scott
"Most of the time, I write because Iím angry or discontented
with certain things (such as the pervasive mass media's commoditization
of sex and relationships). I try to create the changes I wish
to see in the world, via my writing."
-- Morgen Bailey (UK)
REVIEW: EyeLeash: A Blog Novel
"I'm going to be honest. When I first heard of a "blog fiction"
novel, I immediatley thought it would be another IM fluffy rom-com,
like TTYL by Lauren Myracle. But, once I read the description,
I was intrigued...I think the spotlight on Eyeleash should be
on Ms. Scott for her representation of today's high-tech world,
capturing perfectly the John Hughes-like angst every teenager
goes through like any real teenager would--through the internet."
-- Opinionated? Me? (USA)
REVIEW: The Other Side of Life (Cyberpunk Elven Trilogy,
Sniper: "With the plethora of cookie cutter fiction out
there, this was a breath of fresh air for me. . .the world was
so believable and well described that when I went to bed that
night I had a dream about breaking in to a corporate tower with
a group of elves. Iím not lying. ;)"
-- The Bitter Truth (USA)
(Erotic Anthology #1)
"4:Play is erotica with a story. I would much rather
read something like 4:Play than one of the many so-called erotic
romances that serve as vehicles for written pornography."
-- Clayton Bye (Canada)
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(Includes Reviews/Interviews/Guest Posts)
A Blog Novel (2009; new media)
(2009; erotica, mature audience)
/ 1: The Intern (2010; YA Fiction)
Devilin Fey (2010; Paranormal)
Other Side of Life (2010/2011; Urban Fantasy)
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| IndieReads.net (25 March 2011)
AwesomeSauce: Reader Behind the Author (8 June 2011)
Moi: Indie Author of the Day [3-point advice] (21 June 2011)
Interview with Morgen Bailey (8 Sept 2011)
with Writers (19 Sept 2011)
with Matt @ School of the Ages (29 Oct 2011)
C Scott @ The Indie View (9 Nov 2011)
@ Daily Single (10 Jan 2012)
Erotic Fiction" / jessINK (8 Mar 2012)
Emotions in the Media / Guest Post @ Femmedia (27 Mar 2012)
Beauty, Justice" (19 April 2012)
Need for Self-Publishing / Guest Post @ The Fear Girls (28 May 2012)
on "Better Storytelling Secrets" (22 Oct 2012)
on Novella Writing / Australia (27 Feb 2013)
with Open Brief on Erotica in Singapore (8 March 2013)
List" / Yareah Arts & Culture Magazine (10 May 2013)
/ High Tension Magazine (14 May 2013)
/ Guest Post @ Quiet Fury (30 May 2013)
EVENTS & APPEARANCES:
Singapore Writers Festival
/ SWF Fringe Debate (8 Nov 2012)
Word Order / The Arts House (15 Nov 2012)
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