Jae is the author of twenty award-winning lesbian romances.
She lives in the sunniest city in Germany, near the French and Swiss borders. The writing bug bit her at the age of eleven.
She used to work as a psychologist but gave up her day job in 2013 to become a full-time writer and a part-time editor. As far as she’s concerned, it’s the best job in the world.
When she’s not writing, she is an avid reader of lesbian books, indulges her ice cream and stationery addictions, and watches way too many crime shows.
In the FAQ section, you’ll find my answers to the most frequently asked questions about my work, including:
– When’s your next book coming out?
– Will you write any more books in my favorite series?
– What are you working on right now?
– Which order should I read your books in?
GCLS panel with Melissa Brayden, Amanda Radley, Lise Gold, Claire Highton Stevenson & Jae
Suzanne Krohn interviewed me about Paper Love, my favorite subgenres, and the changes in lesbian fiction publishing.
Kathy interviewed me about my most successful book, the balance between writing and social media, and many other interesting things.
S.W. Andersen interviewed me about research, favorite foods, and character development
Rae D. Magdon and I talked about branding, marketing, and social media
Alisha Kelley from Geek Gals interviewed me about my next book, writing full-time…and ice cream!
I talked about Just for Show and my writing career with the EllCon organizers
My publisher interviewed me about the first steps in my publishing career
Sheena and I are talking about our favorite slow-burn romances
I talk about my decision to write about an asexual main character in Perfect Rhythm.
I talk about Translating my work into German.
Tara and Brooklyn choose Backwards to Oregon as their first lesbian book club book.
Rachel Vigo invited me to talk about my historical romance Shaken to the Core.
Sheena from The Lesbian Talk Show talked to me about writing and editing lesbian fiction.
Marion Dries interviewed me for her podcast.
Liz McMullen interviewed me for her podcast.
Women & Words invited me for a Q&A.
Spotlight interview about Just Physical.
Clare Lydon talked to me about my writing life, the psychology of being a writer, and my catalogue of work.
Gill McKnight interviewed me for Women & Words.
Velvet Lounger asked me six questions about books, writing, and my personal bucket list.
Barbara Winkes posted a character interview with Amy Hamilton from Hidden Truths in her Wednesday Women spotlight.
Fellow writer Michele Reynolds interviewed me after the release of True Nature.
In the newest Cocktail Hour interview, we talked mostly about Second Nature.
This was the first interview after switching publishers.