Why I write Science Fiction Romance
I didn’t intend to write Science Fiction Romance four years ago, or even a novel for that matter. When I sat down to write, it was my intention to create a short superhero story for my daughter. Well, that short story became an 80K+ science fiction romance novel and I was addicted.
Science Fiction Romance gives my muse much more freedom in writing. I enjoy the romance part because, I myself want to read happily-ever-afters, no matter what struggles the characters have to go through to get there. The science fiction aspect comes from my active imagination, wondering what our future will be like and whether I’ll be alive on the day we make contact with beings from other planets. My love for sci-fi is also reflected in the books I read and movies I watch.
I’ve tried writing contemporary romance, but I always need to add some sort of sci-fi twist to keep my heart in the story, even if it’s just a sci-fi obsessed secondary character. So, that’s why I write in the genre and sub-genre I do.
What genres and sub-genres do you read/write and what keeps you going back for more?
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At the end of his obligated commitment to the Space Service, Frey Berger decides to stay on Earth to further experience human emotions rather than return to Ginnun where his intended has already mated with another. Looking for real love and someone to accept him for what he is, Frey enlists in Madame Evangeline’s popular dating service. Although he does not understand the concept of a one-night stand, he hopes to find his perfect mate.
Carrie Cooper’s husband divorced her for someone who could provide him with children, leaving her with little self-confidence and no desire to let a man hurt her again. Her best friend convinces her to join a dating service, claiming Carrie needs to get laid, while not winding up with a broken heart since her date requires no commitment after the night is over.
Although several misunderstandings nearly derail them before the date has even begun, Carrie and Frey end up becoming closer than they ever believed possible. Still, Frey will need to convince Carrie that her perfect mate isn’t human at all, and that one night can lead to a forever love.
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Bio: Jessica Subject went from fearing the possibility of aliens to reading and writing about them. Combining her love of both science fiction and romance, she creates happily-ever-afters for the entire universe. She lives in Southwestern Ontario, Canada with her husband, two children and their seven year-old rabbit.
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