The Artist’s Inheritance tour

The Artist's Inheritance, cover art by Boulevard PhotograficaThe Artist’s Inheritance
(Antique Magic Book #1)
by Juli D. Revezzo
Available now at Amazon, Amazon.co.uk, Barnes and Noble, Kobo, and Smashwords and in paperback from Createspace.

genre: Supernatural fiction, Fantasy

The balance between good and evil can be an art… or a curse.

Trevor and Caitlin were once happy newlyweds, profiting from Trevor’s art. Until Trevor inherits his brother’s house, and with it, his part of an old Welsh family curse. Now, Caitlin will stop at nothing to save her beloved husband from insanity and suicide, even if it means she must embrace her destiny and become a witch.

About the Book

In a nutshell, in The Artist’s Inheritance, Caitlin is married to a sculptor who becomes obsessed with an elaborate chair he’s carving. His obsession worries her, and even more when she begins having visions of his dead sister and brother, and of ghostly soldiers from nearby Fort Pickens. Caitlin is sure something ties these obsessions back to her husband’s ancestor, who was condemned as a witch. With her visions and husband’s mad obsession on the verge of driving her crazy, and with the help of three knowledgeable pagan friends, Caitlin will come to realize she carries a witch’s blood and powers–and a mission from the goddess Arianrhod that will impact her beloved husband, and perhaps her destiny. Caitlin and Trevor’s journey, entitled The Antique Magic series, continues in (so far) two more books and stories: Caitlin’s Book of Shadows, and Drawing Down the Shades.

 

The Artist's Inheritance (Antique Magic, #1)

The Artist’s Inheritance tour

For 2014:

Let’s Talk Books with paranormal New Adult authors  Brandy Nacole and Sonya Ray October 14th 2014, on Facebook.

Blog Tour stops for 2013 for my novel, The Artist’s Inheritance:

July 12: Homesite of YA SF author Michael Fedison

Roses of Prose–March 25

Brandy Nacole’s blog–March 15th and 16th

Library Girl Reads & Reviews–March 8th

Ginger Nuts of Horror-Five Minutes With series–March 4

Sandra Ulbrich Almazon, specfic writer–February 11th

Dean’s The Write Time–February 12

Interview at author Terri Bruce’s–February 13th

Realms of A Fantastical Mind–February 15th

Laurie’s Paranormal Thoughts and Reviews–February 18th

B.R.A.V.E. (Books Really Are Very Entertaining)–February 20th

Mad Gods–February 24th

Fangtastic Books–February 27th

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Gothicked (for House of Cards)

Featured at: Paranormal Reads: January 16th

10-4 Tuesday with Christine Warner: January 8th.

Chat with Fantasy author Vanna Smythe–January 10th

Guest blog at Dark fiction author Pamela Turner’s–January 11th

Guest interview at Authors To Watch–January 11th

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2012: Thank you to everyone who hosted me in 2012. Y’all rock! :) Happy new year!

Chat with author Babette James–December 21

Other Worlds of Romance–Blogtalk Radio–December 10th

Chatting with author Geoff Wakeling–December 4th

Preternatura–November 27th

Eolyn of the South/Heroines of Fantasy–November 19th

Carte Blanche by Amelia Curzon–November 5
A ghostly tale at Blue Bells Trilogy October 23

Indie Author Land
Debra Glass–History for the Taking–August 22
Dreams of Diamonds–author Laura Yirak’s blog–August 28th
Coffee and A Good Book blog, August 29
Speculative Salon–September 3rd
Castles and Guns–September 4th

Independent Paranormal–September 6th

The Saturated Page-September 10

Amie Louellen’s Live, Laugh, Love–September 12 and 13th
Review and Q and A.

The Henderson Files–September 14

Jill Archer’s Blog–September 15th

Independent Paranormal interview–September 16

Starcrossed Romance–September 17

Sharon Buchinder’s blog–September 18th

Illusions of Intimacy–September 19th

Child of Yden–September 20th

Writing With Scissors–September 21

Worlds Away Book Blog–September 24

Housewife Blues and Chihuahua Stories–September 26th

Southern Fried Gothic–September 27

Cecila Breslin’s–October 3rd

Rosalie Lario’s site–October 5th

Marian Allen‘s Fantasy, Mysteries blog–October 8th

Romance Book Junkie’s Halloween Spooktacular October 9th

Indie Sunday–October 21