Good day, everyone. I hope you’re doing well. I have been. Editing like crazy. But, also, I have a couple interviews I wanted to let you know about. First, I’m over at Marsha A. Moore’s Illusions of Intimacy, talking about my druids and their magic, in my latest Fantasy Romance, Druid Warrior’s Heart. You can… More My interviews today at…
For those of you who don’t have Kindles, and might be waiting for something new from me, I’m pleased to announce my Gothic, horror-y short story, Sing A Mournful Melody, is now available at Smashwords. It should be filtering through to their various venues (Itunes, etc) shortly. If you have been waiting and would like… More A little Gothic–er, fun–now available at all venues.
I couldn’t fit this in earlier because we’ve been busy, busy here, but I’ve successfully passed the 50k word mark in the rough draft of the forthcoming Antique Magic novel, Mourning Dove Locket. *happy snoopy dance* What’s this “win” mean? Nothing, in the scheme of things, it just means I finished yet another …this year.… More Nanowrimo’s Antique Magic
I’m going on tour again…yes, another webtour. This one courtesy of Fire and Ice Book Tours, I’ll be visiting a whole new set of sites. We’re also featuring another giveaway so do follow along by checking out the following schedule. Master (past) Schedule. And there’s a giveaway. One winner will win any title (ebook only)… More A brand new tour
Good morning, everyone. I just wanted to let you know I had an interview over at speculative fiction author Sandra Ulbrich Almazan’s site yesterday. You can read it here:http://ulbrichalmazan.blogspot.com/2013/02/blog-ring-of-power-juli-revezzo.html I hope you enjoy it. And thank you, Sandra for hosting me! Sorry I didn’t post this yesterday. I had a dentist appointment that threw the… More Blog Ring of Power–chatting with Sandra Ulbrich Almazan
Writers are always asked this, (okay, in my case, people are usually telling me “you know, I have this great idea. You should write about it, it’ll make us famous) but anyway…ideas. They come from everywhere, right? I’ve had this character bopping around my head for awhile named Abby. Abigail, actually. I noted the name… More Twisting American history for art’s sake