E. Jamie is the pseudonym of Nancy Da Silva who lives in Toronto, Canada. She has been writing since the age of eleven and hasn't been bored a day in her life since.
She writes non fiction under her real name but thought it best to use another name for her erotica so folks looking for her work didn't get a mishmash of different genres and styles. If erotica's not your thing and you're looking for maybe straight romance or some of her non fiction work, you're better off not looking under 'E. Jamie'.
E. Jamie stands for hot. Hot sexy stories that make your toes and everything else curl. It stands for passionate tales that leave the bedroom door wide open and leave you begging for more.
Nancy is a fulltime freelance writer and will be publishing some of her tamer (still sexy, still hot but not that kind of hot) romances under her real name or some edited version of her name very soon.
She decided to take the plunge into writing erotica for publication (after writing it for free for more years than she should have been. Naughty girl) and was snapped up by Amira Press first and now Sugar and Spice Press as well.
In her free time she likes to read and counts Paullina Simons, Diana Gabaldon, Julia Quinn, Victoria Alexander, Catherine Anderson and Lisa Kleypas among her favorite authors. She loves to listen to music while she writes and suggests movies soundtracks are some of the best music to write to. She is in love with the TV show Supernatural and thinks Jensen Ackles was born simply to inspire her to write smut. As she is a Days Of Our Lives fan, she believes James Scott falls into this category as well.
She loves to cook as she considers it yet another wonderful creative outlet though much to her chagrin she cannot make soup.
You can find out more about E. Jamie and her fiction at www.ejamie.net Be sure to sign up for her newsletter.
E. Jamie has just released her new book We'll Meet Again.
It's 1943; Cassie Atherton's fiancé Phillip Davis is fighting in the war, and she is doing her part as an American nurse in England. When nursing a seriously injured English captain named Edward James Harrison, Cassie suddenly finds herself truly in love for the very first time. Instantly drawn to each other, Cassie tries to resist James's shameless flirting but the two of them grow close during his convalescence. They know their futures lie elsewhere but neither expect their parting to come when the unexpected death of her father calls Cassie back home. James returns to active duty and ends up on a mission with Phillip in Japan, where both men are captured. Their joint suffering in the POW camp under Lieutenant Dai bonds them as the best of friends.
They manage to escape, and Phillip brings James with him when he returns to Boston and Cassie, not being aware that the two already know each other. Torn between friendship and love, honor and passion, against a backdrop of violence and historical upheaval, Cassie and James try to fight a love that refuses to be denied.
You can find her new book on the following site:
E. Jaime's book Baby, It's Cold Outside can be found at Sugar and Spice Press
Madeline Delaney has suffered a terrible loss. She's returned to her home town with her daughter to spend Christmas with Madeline's grandmother. Next door is Jack DeLuna, an adolescent crush that seems to be rekindling into a very adult passion. Still reeling from the death of her husband, will Madeline have the courage to let Jack into her heart, or will guilt and the fear of loving someone again keep her from the future Jack has waited years to give her?
You can find a list of E. Jamie's other books here!
Add her books to your TBR - maybe Santa will grant your wish!
Nancy De Silva on Facebook and on Twitter
Check our blog often - we are always featuring authors, their books, bios and more. We are firm believers in authors promoting authors.