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Meet The Author: Jane Futa

I decided to run a series of interviews with authors who write for our community and have been thrilled to read their insights, responses and personal stories. Please do read their books.

Now, let’s meet Jane Futa.

Jane is an Amazon bestselling author who loves to write romantic and erotic transgender fiction about gender transformation, body swap, feminization, crossdressing, and more. Her stories involve transgender romance, sissy fantasies, t girls, humiliation, femdom sex, and futanari themes. Jane likes to believe in the importance of accepting yourself and being happy with YOU even in the wild and often humiliating circumstances of her works.

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When did you start writing books and what was your inspiration for it? 

I first started writing in May 2017.  Writing romance and trans romance was always a hobby of mine that I decided to make public.  My inspiration was largely based on personal experiences and I wanted to convey those feelings of isolation from being misunderstood and also feelings of liberation as a person finally comes into themselves, learning and accepting what makes them happiest in life.

What was your first book that you wrote? 

My first book was Tag Team Trans, a story about a chauvinistic radiohost who is interviewing a couple of attractive pop stars.  The girls get tired of the Mike’s antics and decide to give him the punishment he most deserves.

Why did you decide to become an author? 

I have been writing stories since I was little.  The themes have changed over the years as I’ve grown and developed, but writing has always been my dream.  I’m so grateful to be able to realize it fully.

What has been the high point of your career? 

The high point of my career is always when I see my name mentioned somewhere in a group of other similar authors.  Being included in a group of inspiring authors makes me feel like I’m making an impact with my work.

What are your favourite stories to write? 

I love writing crossdressing and feminization stories.  It’s cathartic for me as I know all too well what it’s like to have a few dirty little secrets.  But I love to give my characters a happy ending, one in which they’re able to live an open life doing what they love, free of judgment.

What is your favorite book that you have written? 

Oh, that’s a tough one.  I think New Medicine is one of my overall favorites.  It has a truly romantic storyline and the main character deals depression, an issue I think a lot of us are facing today more than ever.  But due to his depression, he meets an attractive pharmacy tech that’s able to help him realize who he really is and how to be truly happy.

How do you keep your ideas and stories fresh? 

It’s funny, because the more I write the more ideas I seem to get.  But when I’m stuck, I’ll look to past experiences or sometimes popular media to see if I can find an interesting plot that I can put a twist on.

Do you have a writing routine? 

Yes!  I try to write something first thing in the morning, take a break in the afternoon, and then finish up before dinner.

What’s the secret to a strong title and great cover art? 

New medicine by jane futa.

A strong title for my genre would be something provocative.  I love titles that convey a desperate situation like my book, Whatever It Takes.  Cover art also needs to be provocative, but it isn’t just about a sexy pose or lingerie.  I want the face of the model to convey she has secrets.  I want the look of my model to draw you in, eager to know more.

Do you enjoy hearing from readers? 

I do!  I don’t check my email often enough, but it always makes my day to hear from fans.  Even after writing for 5 years, it’s still unbelievable to find people that enjoy my work.  I try to write from the heart as much as possible so it means a lot to me to know that I’ve entertained or moved my readers.

Which authors inspire you? 

Kenzie Mckay.  She is a kind soul that I’ve gotten to know well over the past few months.  She is a lovely trans woman that writes trans romance and feminization stories. She inspires me both as an author and as a person.  And it goes without saying, Nikki Crescent and DL Savage – the original Queenmakers of the genre.

How much of your work is based on personal experience versus fantasy? 

Most of my plots are fantasy but a lot of elements within the story are based on personal experiences.  Certain situations, emotions, or conversations might be pulled from areas of my own life.

Do you friends and family know that you are an erotic author? If so, how did they react when they found out? 

Most people don’t know that I write for a living, much less what I write.  However, my mother does know and she’s been very supportive!  She’s always been great like that, though, and I feel very blessed to have her in my life.

What is your best selling book, and do you know why it sells so well? 

My best selling book is Dressed: Becoming a Woman.  It was the first novel I ever wrote and I think it really caught everyone’s attention.  It’s a feminization novel, but is full of themes about realizing who you are and are truly meant to be.  The main character goes on a particularly long journey of self-discovery and self-love while living out all of his wildest fantasies.  I think that fantasy and those desires really hit home for a lot of readers.

What mistakes have you made in your career? 

The biggest mistake I made early on was not setting up a newsletter.  It took me about a year before I finally figured all that out and it’s been great to have a way to directly connect with my fans.

What have been your personal triumphs?  

Honestly, just when I feel like I’ve told a really good story.  My greatest pride in writing is always just putting out a solid story that I feel excited about and eager to share.

The cover of dressed becoming a woman.

What advice would you offer a writer who wants to embark or a successful erotica career? 

Find out what kind of schedule you can stick to and publish regularly.  Whether that be once a month or once a week, stick to it.  That’s how you find your fans.  Give them a schedule they can rely on and you’ll be surprised at how they keep coming back for more.

4 thoughts on “Meet The Author: Jane Futa”

  1. If you need some spice….. highly recommended. I don’t usually do ebooks but these are amazing and filthy at the same time. I’ve bought three collections including transgender.

  2. A lovely interview, and I’m pleased to say I’ve read and enjoyed some of Jane’s work. When you see my interview responses you’ll see why work by people like Jane resonates so well with me.

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