J. Ellyne

Biography

Ms Ellyne graduated from The University of Texas in Austin with a degree in Fine Arts. She currently lives in Florida and is a homemaker, musician, and writer. She has published four novels in The Fair and Fey series, an epic alternate history fantasy series with erotic romantic plots. All four books are available here in all formats and she is now giving away the first novel, Maginaugh, free to promote the series to new readers. Just click on the book titles below. Maginaugh is her best selling novel so far and has been rated 5 stars by readers! Her latest work, The Elves of Avalon, is now complete and will be released March 20, 2016..

Smashwords Interview

Where did you grow up, and how did this influence your writing?
I was born in Upper Michigan at the northern end of Lake Michigan. Although my parents moved from the town where I was born, I kept going back every summer, even when I was in college, to visit friends and relatives, typically staying with relatives the entire summer. All of the scenes and settings in Maginaugh are based on places where I spent my pleasant days as a young girl. These places will always be etched in my memory.
What do your fans mean to you?
Fans, faithful readers, and reviewers give me the motivation to continue struggling to write the next great Fantasy series, The Fair and Fey.
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Books

The Elves of Avalon, Book 4 of the Fair and Fey
Series: The Fair and Fey. Price: $2.49 USD. Words: 187,070. Language: English. Published: March 20, 2016. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Epic, Fiction » Historical » Medieval
(5.00)
Here at last is the riveting fourth book of the epic series, The Fair and Fey, translated from the High Elven of Sashegh’s third journal by J. Ellyne. The series began 9,000 years ago when Sashegh and her people came to our world. The Elves of Avalon, a blockbuster of a novel, tells of the end of Elves in our world and a new twist on Arthurian legend, plus erotic romance aplenty.
The Elves of Arthannegh, Book Three of the Fair and Fey
Series: The Fair and Fey, Book 3. Price: $1.49 USD. Words: 202,060. Language: English. Published: December 29, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Historical, Fiction » Romance » Erotic
(5.00)
Here, finally is the riveting third book of the blockbuster series, The Fair and Fey, translated from the High Elven of Sashegh’s third journal by J. Ellyne. The series began 9,000 years ago when Sashegh and her people came to our world. The Elves of Arthannegh, a true epic, tells of the beginning of the ending of Elves and a new twist on Arthurian legend, plus erotic romance aplenty.
Maahilund, Book 2 of The Fair and Fey
Series: The Fair and Fey. You set the price! Words: 137,540. Language: English. Published: October 4, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Epic, Fiction » Erotica » Literary Erotica
(5.00)
Sashegh, the exotic young princess from a faraway world, has become a mature woman. After leaving Maginaugh somewhat unwillingly, she sailed across the ocean and found a new home where her people attempt to rebuild the advanced culture they had on Maginaugh.
Maginaugh, Book One of The Fair and Fey
Series: The Fair and Fey. Price: Free! Words: 109,400. Language: English. Published: June 6, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Epic, Fiction » Adventure » Action
(4.71)
An exotic young princess from a faraway world comes of age and experiences extreme dangers, passionate love, and loyal friendships in this first of three books about her life and struggles.
Caught in the Act
Price: Free! Words: 4,700. Language: English. Published: May 20, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Plays & Screenplays » American
(5.00)
Everyone knows Carol's husband beats her. She wonders if he will kill her someday. Or will she have the courage to fight back, to kill or be killed. As this story unfolds, keeping the reader on the edge of their seat, we see Carol's mind slowly unraveling as her terror of husband Bill increases.

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Smashwords book reviews by J. Ellyne

  • Double Penetration in the Desert: An Interracial Cuckold Story on May 27, 2012

    Well written erotica. Thank you Lane, I really got off reading it!
  • Smashwords Style Guide on May 30, 2012
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    When I finished my first novel this year, I went looking for a literary agent. The woman I found, although not accepting new writers, had lots of good advice on getting a manuscript accepted, including a pointer to Smashwords. I am now a believer in this approach to self publishing. This book by Mr. Coker was so helpful and made getting my manuscript ready for the Smashwords "meatgrinder" a breeze. Well, actually, it made the work easy to do but showed my how much work I had to do to get it ready. I'm almost there now with the novel after first publishing a short story through the meatgrinder as a trial run, with no Autovetter errors. Every Indie author should get this book and pay careful attention to the guidelines. The best parts to me were the "nuclear method" and the hints on "taming MS Word."
  • Smashwords Style Guide on June 04, 2012

    Five stars!
  • The Witch Sea on Feb. 07, 2013

    I loved the Witch Sea, a story of magic and enchantment mostly, rather than erotica, but very much a F/F love story. The protagonist (or is she actually the villain?) is a witch and her nemesis is a god of the sea. They are caught in a generation long struggle which comes to a climax when the sea god sends one of his creatures to the witch, in human form, to seduce her. They fall in love slowly. The sea creature wants to go home to the sea but the witch's magic is keeping her, the sea god, and many of his creatures, trapped on the land with a net of magic, woven originally by her grandmother. The crux of the plot is, if the witch truly loves the sea creature, she will let her go back to the sea. But then she will never see her again. It is only toward the end of the story that they finally go to bed together. The sex is described in romantic rather than pornographic terms, and it's sooooooo beautiful. So is the ending and I won't spoil it. You should read this story.
  • The Witch Sea on Feb. 07, 2013

    I loved the Witch Sea, a story of magic and enchantment mostly, rather than erotica, but very much a F/F love story. The protagonist (or is she actually the villain?) is a witch and her nemesis is a god of the sea. They are caught in a generation long struggle which comes to a climax when the sea god sends one of his creatures to the witch, in human form, to seduce her. They fall in love slowly. The sea creature wants to go home to the sea but the witch's magic is keeping her, the sea god, and many of his creatures, trapped on the land with a net of magic, woven originally by her grandmother. The crux of the plot is, if the witch truly loves the sea creature, she will let her go back to the sea. But then she will never see her again. It is only toward the end of the story that they finally go to bed together. The sex is described in romantic rather than pornographic terms, and it's sooooooo beautiful. So is the ending and I won't spoil it. You should read this story.