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Druid Defiance release day!

Well, it’s release day… Again.

Yes, it’s here! Druid Defiance (Stewards War, book 3) is out!

Druid Defiance (Stewards War book 3) by Juli D. Revezzo, paranormal romance, now available at Amazon, ebook, paperback, druids, Celtic romance, Irish romance,

The synopsis is as follows:

Destined for War…

As Steward, Stacy travels to her ancestral home in Ireland to wed. When she is granted access to the family’s sacred site, her presence opens a magical portal that brings her into a new version of the world. Does this mean the gods approve and her wedding can move forward or will the evil Balor object and end the world once and for all?

Druid Defiance is available now at Amazon:

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So, if you’d like to read a sample, there’s one here, or it’s (finally!) live on Amazon.

I hope you will enjoy it.

(and if you haven’t started the series, book 1 is in a Kindle Countdown sale right now, so you can snag it for $.99)

Oh and for those who celebrate it, I wish you a peaceful and blessed Imbolc!

More druids! (aka, a new Stewards War series title)

Hi all. I hope you’re doing well. I am. I’ve been hard at work… I have something coming soon for you! Can you guess what it is?

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Release of Druid Defiance

Yep, that’s right. I’ve a new book coming! Druid Defiance is the final book in the Stewards War series will release February 2, 2021. Yes, I finally got an Imbolc release date. Ironic that, when things have gone sideways in the Stewards War world. 😉 No spoilers, that is if you’ve read book 2, already.

And the synopsis for Druid Defiance is as follows:

Destined for War…

As Steward, Stacy travels to her ancestral home in Ireland to wed. When she is granted access to the family’s sacred site, her presence opens a magical portal that brings her into a new version of the world. Does this mean the gods approve and her wedding can move forward or will the evil Balor object and end the world once and for all?

Druid Defiance by Juli D. Revezzo, paranormal romance, fantasy romance, order now for Kindle!

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And I cannot believe I’m finally saying this is Stacy and Aaron’s final book. What a long, eventful journey this series has taken! If you’d like to catch up on the series (you know, before reading the spoilery end!) the series is available of course at Amazon.

If you like, you may read a sample of it (until Amazon posts the sample!), HERE.

Keeper of the Grove by Juli D. Revezzo, Celtic fantasy, urban fantasy, druids, Kindle Unlimited
Bitter Thorn Tribe by Juli D. Revezzo, paranormal romance, fantasy romance, druids

As is the series related this one, Celtic Stewards Chronicles (That series is also available at Itunes, Kobo, etc).

Druid Warrior's Heart by Juli D. Revezzo, historical fantasy romance, available at Itunes, Kobo, Amazon, and Barnes and Noble

A Light Yule Problem \\ reading out loud

As an addendum to my post about the new story in the Antique Magic series, A LIGHT YULE PROBLEM, if you’d like to listen to the author read the story to you, I put up a video of myself reading it that you can play on my Youtube channel.

I’m not used to reading on camera, so please, be kind to my nervous mistakes. But along with the story, I thought you, my friends and fans, might enjoy hearing the author read it to you.

If you’d like to get a copy to follow along with, you can find it at Amazon, or here. Also, if you’d like to check out The Artist’s Inheritance, book one in the series, it’s currently on sale for $.99 at Amazon, for until New Years. Enjoy!

A New Antique Magic story for Christmas

Yes, the sixth story in the Antique Magic series just sort of (and sort of not) came out of the blue.

(Before you ask, no, this isn’t the book I was yakking about writing all last month. This is–what started out as–a flash fiction piece that I wrote for an indie blog hop last year. I took it, this year and reworked it into a longer edition which is what’s now available for download. It’s called A Light Yule Problem, and the synopsis is as follows:

New Antique Magic story for Christmas, fantasy stories, urban fantasy, Christmas, A Light Yule Problem by Juli D. Revezzo

Synopsis:

The holidays are approaching, the busiest time of the year for Caitlin and Trevor’s antique store. Their goals for the solstice are set and they’re looking forward to a quiet break, if only the enchanted things in their shop, and of the Otherworld will let them have it. Sometimes Christmas really does bring magic! But what kind is it, this time?

If you’d like to check it out, it’s available at several e-retailers for free, via Smashwords for free during their year end sale, and I’ve put it on sale via draft2digital at Barnes and Noble, Kobo, and it should be up at Itunes shortly (I hope). You can find all those at this link.

Or if you’d like to support the author with a few pennies Amazon tosses her way, Amazon hasn’t price-matched it so it’s $.99 there. It’s just a little short that I hope you might enjoy. Have a wonderful Yule and Christmas!

After Nanowrimo

After Nanowrimo
2020.

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I did it!

Or maybe that should be you did it.


Congrats! You did the hard part of putting your butt in the chair, your fingers on the keyboard and kept them there consistently, day in day out, for a whole month. And now you have a full manuscript. That’s awesome! Good job.


Or maybe you find you are approaching a full manuscript, but haven’t finished and you’re thinking “Uh oh! I didn’t finish my project during Nanowrimo. Now what?”

This is the tough part. Because the problem with Nanowrimo is it can make you feel like a real winner, if you manage to put that 50,000 words into their site, but it can make you feel like a real loser if you hit only 30 or 40k. Or if you hit 50k and haven’t finished your story because it’s just not done or you hit some wall in the plot you can’t figure a way around. This is where most Nano-ers stop writing in despair.

But the cool part of being a writer is, if you are a writer and not just a dabbler, you take a breath, and get back into the fray and finish the darned thing. Because if you’re a writer, you’re going to write. There are no two ways about it.

So what do you do after Nanowrimo ends?

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