Jenny May lives in a small Texas town along the Gulf of Mexico. She's a dreamer, and longs for the day when her husband and kids can load up in the car and drive until their hearts' content. Adventure and discovering new places play a huge role in Jenny's life. It drives her, and feeds the creativity of coming up with new locations for her stories.

Within the last two years, Jenny and her family have drove across the country twice, and also drove the distance from Texas to California three times. Asked, if she could choose one place to permanently settle down right now, where would it be, Jenny laughed, "Montana, today. Tomorrow, it may be Alaska, again. I go back and forth."

When Jenny’s not dreaming of spontaneously hitting the road to find a new place to write about, she's being a mother and wife. If you're looking to connect with her to learn more, feel free to visit her website at for additional information.

Q: How do you usually develop your stories?

A: Everything starts with an idea and the first sentence. I never plan ahead. What comes out after the first few words is something I rarely have control over. Guiding it is easy, but if I try to make it go a certain way, it usually never does.

Q: Besides Erotica what other genres do you enjoy reading?

A: I'm a big historical romance reader. Anything historical and I'm addicted. There’s something about that time period that sucks me in. Once I start a historical romance, it’s usually impossible for me to put it down. Even if that means staying up twenty hours straight just to finish.

Q: Who are some of your favorite authors?

A: Well, that's hard. I have so many. When it comes to historical romance, Jude Deveraux and Stephanie Laurens hold a big place in my heart. I also love to read anything by, MaryJanice Davidson, JR Ward, L. J. Smith, P.C. and Kristen Cast...the list goes on.

Q: What inspires you the most?

A : Traveling! There’s nothing more I love than exploring a new place. Especially if it has big trees and involves mountains. My mind immediately starts to race with new possible story ideas.

Q: Do you see yourself writing five years from now?

A: Absolutely. I can't not see myself writing. This is what I was meant to do. It's an overpowering feeling that fills my heart and pulls me back to the computer when I think I can't write anymore. When you're meant to do something, you just know.

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