Thursday, February 9, 2012

Guest post: "Unknown Futures" by Jessica Subject

I'd like to welcome Jessica Subject on my blog for a stop on her book tour. She will be doing a guest post about what she would like to see in the future.

Things I’d like to see in the future
Unknown Futures takes place in the near future on a space station. And besides the portal which takes those from Earth to the space station, there is also the tube system which transports inhabitants throughout. I think it’s fun to imagine all of the technology we think of as fictitious, which could become reality. Here is a list of some of the things I’d like to see become reality in the future:

1)      Virtual Goggles – Games, yes, but also for checking the weather, surfing the internet... Imagine all that you could do.
2)      Hover Technology – Not only in vehicles, but other modes of transportation, furniture, and more.
3)      Commercial space flight – I know this is so close to coming to fruition, and I am keeping my eye on Virgin Galactic.
4)      Transporters – Wouldn’t it be cool if we could be converted into an energy pattern, and then rematerialize elsewhere? It would save on gas, time, etc. I love this idea! Here’s how they do it on television and movies:
5)      Food Replicators – Who wouldn’t want a machine that will provide a healthy, yet delicious meal, after a long day? Not every day, but it’s a better alternative than fast food.

So what innovative technology would you like to see in the future?

As part of the Unknown Futures blog tour with Sizzling PR, Jessica is giving away a $20 gift certificate to either or Simply leave a comment with your email address for your chance to WIN! Be sure to follow the tour and comment; the more you comment, the better your chances of winning. The tour dates can be found here:

Unknown Futures Blurb
Attacked as a young adult, Jewel is left scarred and alone. She applies to the 1Night Stand service, believing no one can see past her appearance to love her. But she doesn’t expect to be sent to a space station where her date could be any number of unusual alien species.

Flavia left everything behind to be one of five humans working for the Space Service space station. Extremely homesick, she is excited to learn she will be a guide to a woman from Earth visiting the station for a couple days. She is immediately drawn to the petite woman, seeing past her scars to her true inner beauty, stirring unforeseen desires.

Unfortunately, Jewel is there for a date which Flavia hasn’t been told about. Can she contain her lust and simply show her a good time? Or will she let her desire lead them into an unknown future?

Available from Decadent Publishing and other ebook retailers.

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.


Jessica Subject said...

Thank you so much, Danielle, for hosting me today! :)

Debbie Gould said...

I'm really impressed with all your stories, Jessica. You cover the gambit. Romance, het, sci-fi, paranormal, FF, MFF. You do a great job! Kudo's!

Jessica Subject said...

Thanks Debbie! Everyone deserves a happy ending, right? And I'm a Libra, so I like to keep things balanced. LOL

elaing8 said...

Great post. Didn't Back to the Future predict we should already have Hover ;)


Jessica Subject said...

Elain - Thanks! Yes, I believe they did. I guess we're a little slow. ;)

Jessica Subject said...

Thank you so much, Danielle for hosting me during my Unknown Futures blog tour!
And thank you to everyone who stopped by!
The winner is posted her on my website:
All the best!

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