Jackson Williams lives in the western portion of the United States since he got out of the Army six years ago. Originally he is from Montana, so that makes it easier to settle into another part of the same geographic area. Still, he’s close enough to his home town that he can visit friends and family pretty much whenever he wants.
He works as a Law Enforcement professional in his home area, which makes writing perfect, since it doesn’t matter what shift he works, he can still write; plus, being in law enforcement gives him plenty of life experience. But his main career love is writing and he hopes to one day live off the royalties from his books.
He like writing erotic stories, mostly because people like reading stories that get them off. Let’s face it, people like sex. And since he likes making his erotica humorous – at least he think it’s humorous – it can make people laugh at the same time they’re getting off, so they have two forms of relief for the price of one. He also enjoys biographies, so he decided his first novel would be about the life of an interesting person he thought deserved having his or her life told to the public. He began researching, looking for someone to write about who had a story so interesting and compelling he just had to make a book about it. What he found was someone who led a life so different from his own or anyone he knew, that he was in tears listening to how this story played out from childhood on. This became his first book, New Life, about the story of Brooke McKellogg who was born Robert (Bobby) McKellogg, but always knew she was supposed to be a girl and took the necessary steps to make this a reality.
Will he ever write anything besides erotica? Who knows? He might. Maybe he’ll write a western or some sci-fi. Anything’s possible. Certainly his most recent forays into the realm of biographical drama (“New Life” and “The Ladyboy Killer”) has been more than interesting, especially since the people he met during the research phase of these books proved to be among the most interesting people he has ever met.
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