The Blog Tour of Stephen Anastasi

How does a teacher of mathematics and physics who believes he has worked out the true path of the evolution puzzle come to write fantasy stories for children? Join this blog tour to learn more about this complex writer.

The blog tour for Stephen Anastasi starts today. His two books The Druid, the first book in The Land of the Rainbow’d Sun series, and The Runes of Ire, first book in the series Mathemagicians of Yore, were released this month and his following is growing daily. Even though these books are fantasy stories for children, Stephen’s writing style and subject is quite diverse. I delved deeply into the mind of this prolific author to find the answers to the questions I was sure you would like to ask. Over the next ten days, you will learn much about this fascinating author and discover the reason I decided to invest in his books. Below you will find the tour spots and dates. Please share his tour; you will learn something new each day.

Visit with these tour hosts to learn more.

Blog tour hosts – Stephen Anastasi

April 22nd:

April 23rd – Interview

April 24th – Interview

April 25th:  Helen Ross – Interview

April 26th:  – guest post interview.

April 27th:   Jill Smith Review.

April 28th:  Reviews.

May 1st:  Vicki Stanton – Review Anastasia Gonis.

May 8th:  reviews by Angela Hall.

Date to be advised:  Deb Cullen – Review.

The Runes of Ire and The Druid are available from your local bookshop. They may not be in stock, but the store can order it through distributor Dennis Jones and Associates. They are also available in many on-line stores as a paperback and as an eBook. Signed copies can be purchased from

You can win a signed copy of either book in a competition we are running as a part of this promotional tour. One of each book is up for grabs. To go in the draw, simply go to the website by the link above and on the contact page form write: Stephen’s competition, your name, email address, and your book preference.

2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. amelia
    Apr 24, 2012 @ 00:27:22

    What a great subject. I hope the kids love it. The Druids are such an interesting culture–they introduced Jurisprudence to Humanity, without which civilization could not have gone forward. What a great way to teach children about this subject. It is my personal and humble opinion that children’s authors–JK Rowling in mind–are some of the best writers in today’s market. Wishing him lots of luck.


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