Jesse Fox

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Occupation GLBT Erotic Writer
Location Missouri, United States
Introduction Jesse Fox is the nom de plume of one of Dark Roast Press' GLBT erotica authors. Born in a small Ozark mountain town of 400, she grew up on the wrong side of the tracks. From the time she was twelve dreams of being a comic book artist consumed her until she graduated high school in 1986. Unable to attend college for financial reasons she headed to St. Louis and it was there that she discovered her affinity for writing. She's made St. Louis her home and over the past two decades has held down an eclectic mix of jobs. Among those jobs were Operations Admin for a ceramic tile company, sales associate and design student at a floral studio and through them she met a wide range of people. At present she is managing local rental property, honing her skills as a writer, and dreaming of a long lived career as fiction writer. Her first published work was Shadows Beneath a GLBT Erotic Paranormal novel published by Dark Roast Press and released on April 15, 2008.
Interests ancient religions, ancient cultures, archeology, art, art history, erotica, tarot, paganism, psychic abilities, sculpture, digital art, writing, fan-fiction, supernatural, paranormal, spirits, hauntings
Favorite Movies Do I have to decide? Like my music I have an eclectic taste in movies ranging from the cornball to the terrifying and everything in between. Two of my all time favorites are <i>What Dreams May Come</i> & <i>The Princess Bride</i>. I've even read the books on which they were based.
Favorite Music My music collection is eclectic and includes everything from classic rock to modern rock and classical to country and gothic. Some of the music I own: The Doors, Garbage, Macy Gray, Don Henley, Lenny Kravitz, Garth Brooks, Savage Garden, U2, Bon Jovi, CCR, Eagles, BOC, Snow Patrol, NIN, Ghost of the Robot, Moody Blues, Meatloaf, H.I.M., Depeche Mode, Various Celtic Artists both classical and modern, etc.
Favorite Books Oh're killing me. Bag of Bones (Stephen King), The Mayfair Witch series (Anne Rice)and about a million other ones...