A collection of both new and previously published short stories, poems, and essays, by author/artist/non-conformist, Jess C Scott. Porcelain offers a personal draft of the author’s navigation through a world that is fantastical, offbeat, ironic, unexpected, and true. More
===Presenting: Jess C Scott's writing portfolio===
Contents: 20 short fiction, 50 poems, 10 excerpts/essays, 12 illustrations
Genre: Short Stories / Contemporary Poetry / Art
Praise for Jess C Scott:
"If passion does not take the form of illustrating your own book art as well, we don't know what does."
-- RCGNTN Magazine
"I hope you always stay fresh, refreshing and daring...whether the world gets it or not."
-- T.D., via e-mail
"Jess C Scott is a prolific writer...her potential is immense."
-- LibraryThing review
"Oh my god," said Amber. "Martin and Emily? Eww! That's just..."
She turned her head a little to one side. She gazed upwards, posing for thought. This way everyone would see how impeccably shaped her nose and profile were. With the word she was to emphasize, she could also show off her puckered lips to perfection. She had to mouth it right. She did! And she did it with utmost flair--
Everyone at the table laughed.
The other bunch, the quieter not-so-cool-and-or-sociable bunch, was gathered in front of the TV. They seemed to be happy with a box of candy-canes and whatever Spongebob was up to on the screen.
"I know Martin's, well..." said Ash.
"A nerd." It was Heidi.
She and Amber were the Diva-Twins, and nothing would come between them. That also meant that everything they held or caught was theirs. They would share, if they were charitable, or fight it out down to the last polished fingernail. Their 'snare' was the group at the table for the time being, and they were in a kind mood. It was Christmas after all.
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Jess's literary work has appeared in a diverse range of publications, such as Word Riot, ITCH Magazine, and The Battered Suitcase. She is currently working on the SINS07 series, as well as an urban fantasy project featuring cyberpunk elves. She writes erotic fiction, not porn, and writes about love/emotions, not fluffy romance.
She identifies herself as an author/artist/non-conformist, and thanks you for your support of indie authors.