Please give a warm welcome for one of my favourite online friends, Jessica Subject. She is the author many, many brilliant sexy Science Fiction books!!
Why do I write in notebooks?
On maternity leave with my second child, I sat down to write a book for my daughter in kindergarten. She would get flustered when it came to reading and would burst out in tears if she didn’t know how to read the book just by looking at it. I thought if I could write a book about something that interested her, she might enjoy reading more. And that’s when I started writing with the hopes of publication.
While the story I wrote for my daughter is only for her, I continued to put pen to paper to create stories that I would enjoy reading. At this time, I didn’t have a laptop, and could only get on the computer when my son went down for his nap. So, I started writing in a notebook, transferring my stories over when I had the chance. When my husband bought me a laptop for Christmas, I still had to write in a notebook, as my son was young, and tried to grab the keys off of it.
Now, I still keep my notebook handy when writing. I can take it with me in the vehicle when my hubby is driving, when I’m waiting for the kids at school, at swimming lessons, dance lessons, and more. I’ve gotten so used to writing in my notebooks that I find the ideas don’t flow as well when I’m writing directly into the computer. Maybe someday…
Jessica Subject is the author of contemporary and science fiction romance, ranging from sweet to erotica. In her stories, you could meet clones, or a sexy alien or two. You may even be transported to another planet for a romantic rendezvous.
When Jessica isn't reading, writing, or doing dreaded housework, she likes to get out and walk. Fast. But she just may slow down if there is a waterfall nearby.
Jessica lives in Ontario, Canada with her husband and two energetic children. She is a member of Romance Writers of America and Toronto Romance Writers. And she loves to hear from her readers.
You can find her at jessicasubject.com and on twitter @jsubject. She also blogs on Backward Momentum and Paranormal Romantics.