Monday, April 23, 2012

Living on a New Planet – What I Could Not Live Without

Jessica Subject

Travelling to a distant planet to visit or even to live remains a dream of mine. Even simply to travel into space and look back at Earth would be unbelievable. Of course I would need to bring basic necessities with me—not only for the journey, but also for the planet—such as clothing, food, and some type of shelter. The one think I could not do without is paper and a pen. Even with the most advanced technology, computers that are run by voice and maybe even by thought, I’d want the back up. Computers don’t always load fast enough. They break down, and can get viruses. I carry a pen and paper around with me at all times, so that I can jot down ideas, reminders, and more. With how erratic my thoughts are, I need to jot them down immediately, or they’re gone. Writing with pen and paper may be considered primitive in the future, but it’s something I will always do. I will always carry them around with me. What would you need from Earth if you went to live on a new planet?

An Unexpected Return
Looking to experience all the universe has to offer, Prince Aristides escapes from the kingdom of Tyto and travels through space to the Emerald Planet, Elatia. He yearns to partake in the activities the planet is famous for, and fulfill all his sexual desires, but loses his heart and soul to an Adamos apprentice. Unfortunately, she is Terran, and her people are sworn enemies of those from Tyto. If he can convince Xia to give up her dreams of becoming an Adamos, and travel back to Tyto with him, will his parents accept her, or condemn them both? Abandoned as a toddler on Elatia, and raised by Kalara, an Adamos specializing in erotic massage, Xia decides to follow in her footsteps. But she remains conflicted as to whether she wants to service clients for the rest of her life, or settle down and raise a family. When she meets Aris, he turns the tables on her, and brings her as much pleasure as she gives him. Will they have their chance to be together, or will their families tear them away from any chance of young love?

Bio: Jessica Subject started writing to encourage her daughter to read. Now she writes to keep herself grounded. Although she reads many genres, she enjoys writing Science Fiction Romance the most and believes everyone in the universe deserves a happily ever after. She lives Southwestern Ontario, Canada with her husband and two kids and loves to hear from anyone who has enjoyed her stories. Website/Blog: Twitter:!/jsubject Facebook: Amazon Author Page:


  1. Yes, Faith, that too. Yet the TP could double as writing paper. *grins*

  2. Hmmm... Can I take Nathan Fillion and Jensen Ackles? ;D Oh, and dental floss. It's amazingly versatile. Just watch an episode of Lockup and see what prison inmates are able to come up with.

    Your story sounds great, btw.

    1. Oh, I would have to agree with all of your choices. :)