Conceiving Evil by Jenna Fox‏

Jenna Fox is a civilized hillbilly, mother, author and wife residing in Eastern Tennessee. She enjoys reading and jotting down poetry in her spare time. Besides juggling a busy family life, Fox reviews and critiques for other authors and crafts her own dark erotic tales. Stories always feature a mysterious alpha male with unexpected twists to shock the reader. She believes in HFN and HEA endings, although not always in a romantic or conventional way.

Her work is born from real life experiences, an overactive imagination and a consuming caffeine addiction. Sometimes she finds herself writing sex scenes on fast food napkins and store receipts while waiting in traffic, but she’s always guilty of keeping her mind in the gutter. Fox is a listener of hard rock music and a watcher of classic slasher films. In short, she’s a writer, a storyteller, able to make a boo-boo all better with just one kiss and a proud, world class expert at screwing up recipes and scaring away closet monsters. She believes in ghosts and God and is absolutely convinced chocolate soothes the savage beast.

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Like everyone else after the economic crash, Abby Torrance was struggling financially. But then Dorian Lincoln, a political and business icon, sweeps her off her feet and into a life of promise. He’s a man who has enough power to change the world for the better, a man who can give hope to the masses, a man who can give Abby a baby.

But the road to Hell is paved with good intentions and Abby is having strange dreams that seem both a warning and a prophecy.

How can she give the evil undertones of her dreams any notice when she’s busy focusing on conceiving?

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Q) What inspired you to write this story?
First, thank you for having me!

When I sat down and began drafting, the story was to be included in a free Halloween anthology with some well known authors. After the draft was complete, I sent it to my CP. She loved it and recommended it should be a stand alone.

Q) How long did it take you to write?
About four weeks start to finish. That includes the first draft, a harsh critique and a rewrite.

Q) What is your favorite thing about writing?
Being able to entertain people with my imagination. It’s pretty cool.

Q) What is your least favorite thing about writing?
Definitely drafting. It’s easier to throw my computer against the wall. For me drafting is the preliminary blueprint or ‘fleshing out’ of a story. I tend to dump information too early or not early enough. Sometimes it raises new questions: How long should a sex scene be? What do the characters need to say to each other? It’s pretty frustrating.

Q) If you could be any famous person for one day, who would you be and why?
I don’t think I’d enjoy being famous. People in the public eye tend to have a lot of issues and immense stress. I think I’d rather be happily un-famous.

Q) What is the oldest thing in your fridge and how old is it?
Wine. Whenever I buy a bottle, one glass is all I can stand. The rest sits in the fridge or gets poured down the drain a year later.

Q) What can readers expect from you in the future?
Hopefully more of the same. Erotica with subtle horror.

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