“Bold, fearless and always original, Jess C Scott dares to bring to light some of our darkest fantasies.” — The Arts House

* Jess’s Note: As of 2015, I’ll be spending less time in the indie publishing scene.

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Selection of my published poems/essays.


1. Tea Leaves published in Cha Journal (7th Anniversary issue). [poetry]

2. Acid Tongue commentary in QLRS. [essay]

3. Laugh Now on Akashic’s blog (Thursdaze). [short story]

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Sample booklist below. Visit jessINK for full catalog.

(free eBook on jessINK)

Owned_150Summary: Passion, murder, and bloodlust. These stories take readers straight to the scene of the crime, exploring just how and why people are driven over the edge — and driven to kill.

Review: “Love the theme and the message [of the fourth story in Owned]!” — D.H. / via email

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Playmates | Bedmates | Soulmates
(Book 1-3 in The Wilde Twins) — 2014


Summary (series): A psychological thriller about a brother sister serial killing team — and their slow descent into amoral mayhem. Follow the Wilde evil twins in a twisted tale of love and loyalty…

Review: “A great original masterpiece.” — Hell Horror

Finalist: 2015

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Cyberpunk Elven Trilogy / $4.99 each

cyberpunkSummary: A thieving duo’s world turns upside down when an Elven rogue uncovers the heinous dealings of a megacorporation (Book 1).

Review: “Dear Jess: You are a very good writer — I like your plotting, your concept, the characters…pretty much everything. You are very gifted.” — Dr. Uwe Stender, 2010

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EyeLeash: A Blog Novel (teenage memoir/sexting) / $4.99

eyeleashSummary: EyeLeash captures self-discovery in the 2000s, and showcases the colorful, intricate drama in two youths’ relentless search for themselves—and what’s really in their hearts.

Genre: Coming of Age / Dating & Sex / New Media / Popular Culture

Review: “Though this book is far different from the fluffy Twilight series, don’t be surprised if Jess C Scott’s books spark the next reading revolution. Scott’s original voice and style don’t just tell a story, they tell the way of teenage life.” – Kasey Dallman, May 30, 2010

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Self [seven heavenly virtues]
(anthology) / $4.99

selfSummary: A short story collection which links personal spiritual growth to each of the seven virtues.

Genre: Christian / Inspirational Fiction

Review: “[Jess’s writings] came to me as a fresh and original way of thinking/approach. Many years ago, I received a Word of the Lord in my mind, which is remarkably accurate with [Jess’s] vision of books.” – E-mail from a male reader/customer, Nov 2011

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BAD ROMANCE [seven deadly sins]
(anthology) — $4.99

bad romanceSummary: Bad Romance delivers a crazy delicious double whammy, with the intertwined themes of star-crossed lovers and The Seven Deadly Sins.

Review: “. . .thank you for [dedicating the Bad Romance anthology] to me. I am honored. Thank you!” 
— Michael K |

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The Boy Who Played with Fire / $0.99 (Part 1 / Short Story)

boy who played with fireSummary: A teenage hooligan with a penchant for playing with fire goes in search of a dragon, before stumbling upon the London Underground’s deadly secret.

NOTE: Jess is thinking of combining this with another separate dragon story (bringing the two plots together, and possibly bringing in some characters from her cyberpunk Elven series) — she’ll see how that goes.

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1: The Intern (Lust) / Sins07 / $4.99

seven deadly sinsSummary: A 17-year-old intern must choose between trusting an irresistibly suave dance instructor—or her instincts. Book #1 (Lust) in Jess C Scott’s SINS07 “seven deadly sins” series.

Review: “I’m glad the author’s going the light-hearted route with this. We need more comedy in YA.” – Jennifer Hoffine, September 2010

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Teen Guide to Sex and Relationships / $2.99 (non-fiction)

teen sexSummary: An advice book that answers the important and confusing questions young people have about their bodies and their hearts. Co-authored with NYC teacher/author, Matt Posner.

Review: “Jaw-dropping bold, insightful, and informative.” – Bernard Schaffer, best-selling author of Superbia

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NOTE: “EROTICA” is not “PORN” — A polite request for clearer distinctions to be made — and how YOU can help :)

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The Art of Erotic Writing
(free eBook on jessINK)

eroticaSummary: Jess C Scott talks about the themes and inspirations behind her works of erotic fiction.

Review: “I liked [this short eBook]. I particularly like the way Jess maintains a certain level of ‘breeziness’ so that the reader never feels like he/she is being taken hostage by the author’s agenda.” a very vanilla, 40-something year old, 2012

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PLAY / realistic BDSM anthology — $6.99

bdsmSummary: A realistic collection of non-pornographic BDSM stories. Themes include a rape fantasy, bondage and knife play, and erotic asphyxiation.

Review: “[Rockstar] is a sweet and well written short story about two guys who love each other but they’re both waiting for the other to come around. One thing leads to another and it all comes out. There is a nice knife play scene that I enjoyed and both the leads are very likeable.”
— Miss Asima (GoodReads), 11 July 2011

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The Devilin Fey | Wicked Lovely [quite famously banned by] | New Order
(novellas in 4:Play) — $2.99-$3.99

incubus, succubus, feywicked lovelynew order

Summary [The Devilin Fey]: A novella of two stories. Story #1 features a demure young woman unleashing the “devil in” her, through the intimacy with an incubus. Story #2 features a voyeuristic succubus driven by jealousy and a dangerous fixation.

Genre: Paranormal Romance

Review: “Devilishly delicious.” – Horror Author, Andy Love

The Devilin Fey | Wicked Lovely | New Order

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4:Play [bestseller] / $6.99


Summary: With a scope and style that is fresh and compelling, 4:Play dives into the depths of navigating gender, sexuality, and the lines of desire.

Genre: Erotic Fiction / Short Stories / Adult Contemporary

Review: “I can’t imagine thousands and millions of people not liking your style. It’s unique and yet easily reaches a lot of people.” – Mike Fook, April 18, 2010

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Take-Out (Asian Fetish/Interracial) / $2.99

asian girlSummary: Jake Blake “the Rake” from a small New England town meets his cosmopolitan Asian counterpart-cum-fetish.

Genre: Erotic Fiction / Contemporary Adult Romance / Psychology (Human Sexuality)

Review: “You pack huge volumes of experience and information into your [work]. You’re impressive, I’ll say that, and edgy and interesting. And mildly scary.”— T. D. / via e-mail, 2010

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13 thoughts on “Publications

  1. Kristi Stern

    Hi Jess,
    I read Seven Deadly Sins: Book 1 The Intern (Lust) and as I wrote on Amazon, I loved it. It was comedic, fun and real. I decided to check out your website after talking in a forum and I saw that I also read The Devlin Fey! I’m off to go download Wicked Lovely!
    I’m anxiously awaiting the SINS(2) and also your cyberpunk elves series, you’re one busy woman! And, incredibly talented. Kudos to you! I’m glad I found your work!


    • Hi Kristi,

      Thanks for your kind comments! I hope I don’t disappoint :P — I’d like to maintain the “comedic, fun and real” element throughout the rest of the series. Have worked out a rough outline for Sins 07 / Book #2 — I hope to get started on it early next year. Currently battling the remaining Fall 2010 assignments (just about halfway through).

      I think the cyberpunk elves (book #1) is about 38%-polished. I usually like to spend some time “making sure everything looks right,” before deciding it’s good to go :)


  2. leonard stifler

    I am so unhappy with Amazon about their arbitrary actions that I went to Smashwords and bought a bunch of books by you and some of the other banned authors. I am intrigued by your cyberpunk elves…can’t wait until you feel it is ready.


    • Hi leonard,

      Thanks for your interest in/support of our work — it is much appreciated! Amazon has done this in the past (with GLBT-themed books)…so I don’t know if they’ll place the blame on another “technical glitch,” sometime later in the year.

      I’m on the last 3 chapters of the cyberpunk elves book — should be able to complete by Feb/March 2011 ^^. I’ve an incubus one free for one week, though it’s more alternative than the elves one (more info @


  3. peteluceastrology

    I didn’t realise Amazon ever banned books! After all, they’re happy to sell “The Turner Diaries”, which has been described as “the most inflammatory book ever written” for its gleeful depiction of a future worldwide race war in which all non-whites, Jews and Homosexuals are finally exterminated. Just goes to show the danger of relying on huge online monopolies (cf Facebook, Google, etc) despite their convenience.


    • They also sell “The Anarchist Cookbook” (a book that contains instructions for the manufacture of explosives) — I do think monopolies (whether online or offline) have a tendency to become “evil empires” after a while (lol!). Power is awfully tempting…


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