It's been a few months since we last talked with one of ES's female authors, but time spent with the lovely Jennigee certainly made it worth waiting for. The creator of some of my favorite tales has been with us since March 2006, when she published "Speeding" ... "a lil tale of a wanton girl not only avoiding a ticket, but seeing a cop get overheated, her pussy getting pounded and her panties claimed as a prize. I remember chatting to a girlfriend about how she got booked. I chided her for not using her sexuality to get her off... thus I wrote the very short story."
Since then, she has published close to fifty new stories, most recently the immortally titled "A Lesbian Spots a Cock." "I wanted to explore just how one partner of a pair of lesbian lovers would react if the other revealed a sudden urge to taste and fully experience a real live, hot, male penis. This story is still developing."
And how much of these wonderful stories is true?
Jennigee laughs. "Oh I know, Miranda, that the guys would say they want to know my life story. But the real thing is much more boring than the erotica that resides in my head. Maybe one day I will write about me, and it would contain no sex until I was nineteen years old. See what I mean? Boring! lol."
Q. How and when did you begin writing erotic stories?
Hmmm... I guess it started when I would talk to my husband during sex. Yes, I know, but not about the ceiling or what new bag I was desperate to have, (not that I haven't ever, you understand!). No, I somehow released ideas that were cached in my head; sexual things, dirty things, fantasies I guess you may say.
Anyhow, he said to write them down try to put 'meat' into the gaps...(meat, when the sexy man was driving home all that he had? Oh my!) So I tried... and of course I failed... gave up... until one boring night when he was away and I just didn't want to masturbate... I started to 'write' in my head and wow! the initial idea flowed, I grabbed a pen and an envelope, and there it was, a story. Hubby read it and whoa, he made this girl very, very happy. I even read it with new eyes and have to admit that it turned ME on! Lol.
Q. Have you published anywhere other than ES.com?
Sure, I tried one or two other online publishers, but never did I receive the response from the readers as I do here at ES. The girls and guys here must be the most appreciative in the world... bar none.
Q. I agree with that, 110%. So, what is it about writing erotica that you most enjoy?
Gosh girl, you ask some really difficult questions!
Perhaps you and the readers are not going to believe this but writing stories is sooo damned difficult... for me at any rate.
Okay, I start off well, you know, the wonderful idea, it has me excited, yes sexually too, then I get a page or so complete - and maybe work interferes - then damn it I don't have a clue where the plot was heading or what the characters wanted to do, or even, who the characters were in total.
On the other hand, there is the story that has me beguiled; it uses me to scribe it to 'paper'. And when I proof it... wohoo! At those times it is essential for a girl to have something absorbent on her chair... know what I mean?
Q. What is your favorite category to write in, and why?
The bald fact is, I don't have one. In fact I struggle sometimes to find a category to fit the story plot, Yeah I am the site dumbo, I know.
Q. How much of yourself do you include in your stories?
Hey now, as if I am going to tell even you, and even in this lil tete-a-tete, lol. Can an author completely hide in his or her work? I just dont know the answer to that.
Wait now, you mean... no, you can't, can you, you think that I do those things?? Miranda! I bet you've been talking to that sexy, sneaky man Art!
Did you know that I wrote a story or two about him? Ha ha ha ha.
Q. You did? Okay everyone... get hunting! And on a similar subject, is there anything that happens in your stories that you would really like to try in "real life"... but haven't yet been able to?
Oh gosh, so much! And if you think that I am going to expand on that... next question?
Q. Grrrrr. Does your partner or any of your friends know that you write? What do they think?
Hubby knows, he says its rubbish, sigh. I just know when he has read a new one, he is so damned horny! My friends, They would say if they found out, "That Jenni, I am not at all surprised." But they would not, could not approve.
Q. What, if any, difficulties do you face when writing - erotic writing difficulties and general writing difficulties? And how do you overcome them?
Oh, back to what I said way back there... sure, writers' block, drying up of ideas, words, everything. You see, I just don't plan anything, its 'off the cuff'; hence, for every story of mine that you read, there are almost literally dozens forlornly sitting in a memory stick, forever condemned to remain in 'DRAFT' 'til I finally admit defeat and wipe them. So the simple answer to 'how do I overcome the difficulties,' is... damn it, I don't
Q. How about in more general terms - how do you feel about the "outside world"'s perception of erotic writing?
Huh? What is that perception? Did you read "50 shades of grey" yet, Jus check out the sales figures. Erotica has come of age... maybe G****e is influencing things?
I read it... the first part, anyway. Not impressed. Which goes to show what I know, haha. So how do you feel when you receive negative comments or very low votes from readers?
Votes are okay. Votes allow a reader to offer the author an accolade, if you like, but some generous fans offer their favourite author top marks every time. Don't get me wrong Miranda, I adore them and I appreciate readers taking time out to read my work, appreciate it and make the effort to vote. But what is so very valuable are the critiques, favourable or not. As long as any criticism is constructive and not abusive, I welcome it. They can help so very much.
Q. What kind of stories would you never write?
That's straight forward, Miranda. Each time I sigh as I have to change all the answers to the straight forward questions as to the content of my story. I just know that those categories that are not accepted here are the ones that I do not wish to contemplate, let alone write.
Q. And do you read, and respond to, other writers on the site? Who are your favorites?
Here I hang my head in shame as I rarely read the wonderful stories written by the very talented authors that provide their prose for readers who are fortunate enough to have found this site.
Q. Do you have any fantasies that you would like to fulfill?
Re-read my stories, Miranda, they contain one or two. Which ones? Um... lol
Q. What is a major turn on for you during sex?
My darling man whispering to me, holding me, making me feel like the only woman on this earth at that moment.
Q. How about a major turn off?
ANAL! 'nuff said.
Q. How do you feel about same sex relationships, both personally and as a writer?
I write about female same sex, but I don't think I have ever tried to write about male same sex scenarios... OH MY lord! wait! Read the stories about Jenni Gee, Art and Mike! I feel that to write in depth on a particular subject, one should be experienced or at least to have experienced the subject. That said Miranda, I refuse to even contemplate pressing my mouth to another woman's vulva!
Q. How long does it take for you to write a story? Could you talk us through the process?
The stories with which I am most pleased are written more or less in this way...
An idea, or the seed of a plot enter my lil brain. Maybe it stems from a image, live or not, or from a conversation, even word. It builds quickly... even if I am working... I grab my old and beaten up lappy and type the entry to the story. My plan here is to get the reader's attention. Sorry guys but you need a stimulus right from the first paragraph or I could lose you, lol.
Then on in, characters almost suggest others; one event leads to my dirty mind seeing the potential of some other sexy action. I try to not make it too easy for my readers, I want them to be teased sometimes, so I hold a lil in abeyance for later or even not at all, guess I adore teasing?
Q. What do you think is the best story you have published here?
I have no opinion... ask those that are better able to judge... our readers.
Q. Is there anything else you would like to say to the readers of this interview and your fans? Now is your chance...
Um... well now... nope, cant think of a thing. Writers' block you know, ha ha ha.
Q. Finally, do you have a website or a blog, where your fans can visit and maybe learn more about you?
My blog contains the same stories as here at Erotic Stories plus a very brief resume of Mrs Jenni Gee. http://amuseandtitilateyou.blogspot.gr/
Thank you Miranda for this opportunity to say just a few things about me and my writing, and thanks too to Art for providing such a wonderful platform for us authors. xxx
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