Jayne Fury

Jayne or Jaynie? Full on Fury

Good day and or night, afternoon? Hi, I’m Jayne and I write about bodice ripping ninjas in space.

They rip their own bodices.fb_rb_e1_thumb

I have been a pulp serial fan since reading my first Doc Savage novel. My tongue firmly planted in my cheek, I set out to write my own take and found Corrie Scott, the heroine of my first book in serial form. The Solar Flame series first book, Freedom Bound, is a reflection of that boom-pow-kickass hero—but with boobs.

The Solar Flame universe is within a new genre and an old one at the same time: Speculative Fiction Romance. Expect SciFi, Paranormal, Steampunk, and maybe even some Dieselpunk as the series goes on.


Why serial fiction? Why not? We are in a world of sound bites and no time for long luxurious baths with a book and a glass of wine. Well, sometimes. But mostly we only have time for stolen moments with a good story— a story that we want to pick up again and again. I hope that Freedom Bound achieves this by offering a bit of nostalgic serialized fiction with sexy times. I did say romance, right?

The second book in the Solar Flame universe is the full-length novella, Still Life. It takes place on an ice planet. Go figure. Still Life comes out on its own in March.



My latest exploit is a new series of Urban Fantasy with scifi elements. The series is the Guardians of Ghael and wow, am I having a blast with it. The first book is called Fox Trap. Think Dashiell Hammett style noir in a scifi universe. Lies. Shifters and Space Vampires. I have so much more in store for my little fox shifter.

Once a month or so, on a Friday, there’s a new post up on my blog for Femme Friday. Femme Friday is about strong females whether in fiction or real life. I often have guest bloggers who wax on about empowering books or just some supernova awesome heroines.

Jayne Fury, genre contortions in fiction… for your entertainment.




Jayne is a member of Broad Universe, a nonprofit international organization of women and men dedicated to celebrating and promoting the work of women writers of science fiction, fantasy and horror.