Jessica MacIntyre was born in Sydney, Nova Scotia and raised in the tiny rural community of Soldiers Cove. A habitual daydreamer, MacIntyre was sent to the principal's office many times during her school years for not paying attention in class. In 1998 she moved to Dartmouth, Nova Scotia with her husband and began writing seriously a few years later. Her first novel, "The Vampires of Soldiers Cove" is available now on Amazon and is the first in the "Vampire Island" series. MacIntyre has also published a set of Paranormal Erotica books titled, "The Slave Queen" and "The Slave Knight", also for sale on Amazon.
She lives in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia with her husband and two children.
Do you write as yourself or under a pseudonym? Why?
This is one of the reasons I love being an Indie author, we're incredibly honest and share our inner thoughts. I agree about writing under your own name because I do it for the same reason. If i've spent months writing something then my name is going to be stamped proudly on the front and I know I write erotica but i'm incredibly proud of all my very naughty scenes. Then of course there's my daily battle with my own depression and I completely understand how writing calms the demons...Jessica YOU ROCK GIRL!!
So less of my ramblings and more of Jessica's books...
This woman looks like she has massive attitude! Love it!
Yet again my TBR list has grown a bit more!! I strongly advise the purchase of these great books...
Or on her blog: http://jessicamacintyredotcom.wordpress.com/
And just because I know her obsession and it's Wednesday...HAPPYSchmidsday!!