About The Author

Bryl

I’m welcoming Jess Anastasi today!

Hey there, Jess! Let’s get started, shall we?

 

What genres do you enjoy reading most? I’ll read a few different genres – sci-fi, paranormal, urban fantasy, historical, romantic suspense. Just depends on what mood I’m in when I go to pick up a book.

 

Why do you write and when did you start? I started writing straight out of high school ten years ago. At the moment I write sci-fi romance, romantic suspense and have a more straight-forward paranormal romance idea I’d like to explore in the near future.

 

Much of your writing is rather erotic, though not all. I’m curious, what your family feels about your writing? Are they supportive? I think my writing is more sensual than erotic and since most romance novels have at least one or two sex scenes per book, I guess most of my family weren’t that surprised that I’ve written my fair share of naked, hot scenes. They’re all supportive of my career being a writer.

 

What’s the most interesting comment you’ve received from a reader? I’m going to cheat and talk about the best review I’ve ever gotten instead, the reviewer had this to say:

“Ms. Anastasi has that rare ability to draw a reader to the heart of a character’s emotions and insecurities that so many authors wish they possessed. Her main characters are real, likeable, and easy to care about, and her sex scenes – better described as love scenes – are near poetry, they’re so beautifully and eloquently written.”

Needless to say, I was quite touched by that. I suppose I find it humbling that someone can be so enthusiastic and impressed by something that I’ve written. 

The full review can be read here: http://www.twolipsreviews.com/content/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=6287&Itemid=36

 

Writing can be a lonely venture. Sometimes, sacrifices are required in our lives. Are the sacrifices worth it? What are your continuing career goals? At the moment I’m in the position where most everything else in my life comes before my writing. I write only when everything else has been done. So I’ve never had to make a sacrifice for my writing. My career goal at the moment is to get an agent and have a book published with one of the “big six” New York publishers.

 

What did you eat for breakfast this morning? Same thing I have pretty much every morning – toast, black tea and fruit. I’m a creature of habit.

 

 

 

 

SAVIOR by Jess Anastasi

Noble Romance Publishing Timeless Desire Collection

BLURB:

Cadmiel, the Angel of Destiny, knows better than anyone what a bitch fate can be. Five hundred years ago, the only woman he ever loved was killed, shredding his soul and leaving a void in place of his heart. Now Archangel Michael comes to him with a shocking and forbidden proposal. He wants Cadmiel to travel back in time and save Emilyn. Though Cadmiel wishes beyond all reasoning to do as the archangel asks, messing with time goes against his own beliefs and the very foundations of angel lore. But Michael doesn’t give Cadmiel a choice and thrusts him through time and space, back to 2012.

The first time Emilyn saw the gorgeous man, she was affected on a level she couldn’t comprehend. Cadmiel isn’t like any other guy she’s ever met, and he makes her wish love at first sight were true. But there are forces at work she never dreamed real. In the space of a day, she goes from normal, every-day college student, to a pawn in an apocalyptic war between angels and demons.

Emilyn’s very life is in Cadmiel’s hands. Will he risk the future of the entire universe to save her, or let her die and destroy himself in the process?

 

Find out more about Jess Anastasi here:

Website: jessanastasi.com

Blog: jessanastasi.blogspot.com

 

You can find Jess Anastasi’s books at:

Noble Romance Publishing: https://www.nobleromance.com/Authors/130/Jess-Anastasi

Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias%3Dstripbooks&field-keywords=jess+anastasi&x=0&y=0

 

It was great being here! And now, for anyone who likes the idea of winning a prize, all you have to do is leave a comment below. Good luck everyone. Tour continue the tour just click the tour logo in the sidebar.

 

 

11 Responses to Timeless Desire Blog Tour with Jess Anastasi

  1. Carol L says:

    I loved this blurb Jess. It’s definitely going o my TRL. Thank you for sharing. Loving this tour meeting new Authors and finding new reads.
    Carol L
    Lucky4750 (at) aol (dot) com

  2. Amy S. says:

    Savior sounds great!

  3. What a great review! Enjoyed the interview, Jess.

  4. Cheryl Lynne says:

    Savior sounds like a very interesting story! cheryllynne(at)rocketmail(dot)com

  5. Kathryn Merkel says:

    Congrats on the fantastic review. I’ve got the Santuary series on my books to buy list. Since Savior is a spin-off, I’m wondering where it fits in the series & if it matters what order the books are read in?

    drainbamaged.gyzmo at gmail.com

  6. Kathryn Merkel says:

    Congrats on the fantastic review Jess. The Sanctuary books are on my to buy list. I was wondering how Savior, as a spin-off, fits in the series & what order the books should be read in?

    drainbamaged.gyzmo at gmail.com

  7. Gabrielle says:

    Great answers. I am finding all sorts of interesting things on this blog tour. Gabrielle meingee@yahoo.com

  8. Shadow says:

    Im loving this blog tour! So much fun and im finding so many new books! 😉 Your book sounds very good. Great blurb! Thanks for sharing!
    shadowluvs2read(at)aol(dot)com

  9. Tracey D says:

    I enjoyed both the interview and the blurb. Both were great reads. I look forward in reading Savior.

    Thanks,
    Tracey D
    booklover0226 at gmail dot com

  10. Hi everyone, thanks for the postitive comments, I’m glad you’re all having fun, so far I’m having a great time too.
    Kathryn, to answer your question, the reading order is: 1) Sanctuary, 2) Severance, 3) Singularity, and 4) Sinner (which is my current WIP and isn’t out yet, sorry!)
    They don’t really need to be read in order as each book is its own independant story, however occassionally they might refer to events that happened in previous books. Savior doesn’t fit into the “timeline” as such, as a spin-off, it is based on the same events – the war with the angels and demons, but doesn’t directly impact the overall arcing story of the series, if that makes sense?
    Hope you all enjoy my books if you do happen to read them and have fun with the rest of the tour!

  11. MJB says:

    Great interview and I’m in love with the cover! I love this tour because we (us reader folks) get a chance to get to know our fav authors, as well as meet new ones, like Jess is for me (ok, that was a mangled sentence!) I mean, I haven’t read any of your work yet, Jess, but I look forward to it. I think it’s time for bed! LOL.
    MJB
    msmjb65 AT gmail DOT com

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