Romancing the Readers Author Interview – J. Asmara

jasHere is my author interview with J. Asmara for the Romancing the Readers event. She has a few books to choose from but we definitely recommend that you check out her When It Rayne Series. Grab your copy of these awesome books today!

What is your favorite thing about the romance genre as a whole whether you are reading or writing in it?
I love the sensuality of romance stories; both from the reading and writing stand point.

What is one thing that you have a passion or love for besides reading/writing?
I love to travel. If I could I would always explore new lands and new cultures.

What is your favorite romantic movie and why?
Dirty Dancing. Other than the obvious reason of because “Nobody puts Baby in the corner”, I love the chemistry they had along with the idea of love being blind to economic class. This rich kid fell in love with an average trying to make it dancer.

If an artist were to paint a picture of your personality what shades of colors do you see for yourself?
Bright fiery colors! Reds, oranges, and probably some black and white.

Do you find writing as much fun now as you did when you first started?
Yes. Not only do I find it more fun, it’s also become a peaceful adventure.

If you could change one thing about yourself what would it be and why?
I would change my desire to please so many people. I think that over the years that has made me dull my shine.

If money were no object and you could travel to any destination in the world where would you go and what would you do while there?
Africa to experience the culture while staying in one or more of the beautiful mansions that are located there. Then from there to the island of Fiji?

What is one of the toughest things that you think writers have to face today that they might now have had to deal with years ago?
People being able to access their book over the internet in an unethical way.

Have you released any books recently or have any coming up that you would like to share with us?
I’ve released two books in the past few months; Enough and When It Raynes : Silver Linings. They are available in ebook and paperback format on amazon.

Which of your books would you recommend new potential readers starting with on your back list?
I suggest my Rayne series which showcases my very first book, When It Raynes. There are three books in the series.

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