Update and a Smashwords thing

Hi folks, how are ya? For a short update today I’ve enrolled in Camp Nanowrimo again. Got some edits to take care of. (What? Ya think just because I released a new novel in Antique Magic the other day the writing stops? Au contraire! 🙂 So for my Preptober peeps, that’s going. Are you participating? (if you don’t have it, and you want, my Preptober guide, I don’t see why you couldn’t use it for Camp Nano or any writing project to be honest. It’s what I’m using. 🙂

Aside from that, I enrolled several of my books in Smashwords Summer sale again. You can find the Reign of Tarot boxed set on sale for 50% off, as well as Druid Warrior Prince for $.99. And if you were looking for Caitlin’s Book of Shadows in one of those times Amazon “helpfully” wiped out its freebie status, it’s always free there. These are also available at Amazon for their reduced prices if you’d rather shop there.

I hope you all have a happy Independence day, (or, if you’re not in America, a great weekend).

New in the enchanted world of Antique Magic!

So, I bet you wonder what I’ve been doing. I did not fall off the face of the Earth. I’ve been busy writing. If you’ve been around for a while, you know this, you’ve seen my books in the Antique Magic series. Haven’t you? So with that in mind, I have a new release to show you. Ready?

Presenting….

Witch’s Wood!

Witch's Wood by Juli D. Revezzo, urban fantasy, Antique Magic series, dragons, King Arthur

Synopsis:

Caitlin and Trevor inherit a set of enchanted knitting needles, needles that tangle them in another supernatural yarn. Yet the acquisition has freed their most hated enemy and he wants the needles as much as they do. But why are they so important to him? The clues may serve to solve their family’s long-standing mystery. Or lead them right into his clutches.

Can the couple cast off this twisted enigma or will their inheritance unravel their lives?

This particular installment sees them receiving … well, two things, actually, a map, which (if you read the previous book in the series, The Dragon’s Seamstress, you already know a little about) and–when Trevor’s sister-in-law visits–a set of knitting needles that…come with a very interesting story and a familial connection of which they never dreamed. What is it? Let’s go find out. 🙂

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(If you have KU, it’s also available to borrow there, but if you were to purchase, the book is $1 off its regular price for the next few days!)

The rest of the series is, of course, as follows:

The Artist’s Inheritance

Caitlin’s Book of Shadows

Drawing Down the Shades

Mourning Dove Locket

The Dragon’s Seamstress

A Light Yule Problem

Witch’s Wood <–You are here.

As the series is sequential, I really recommend you read them in order, if you haven’t already. Enjoy and thank you for reading Caitlin’s stories! If you read them, don’t forget to leave reviews, particularly at Amazon.

Royal Promenade by Suzanne G. Rogers

Suzanne G. Rogers is on my auto-pre-order list and so I read this book recently and–as usual–loved it. I recommend it! 🙂 If you’d like to see the full review (which I don’t do often, but Suzanne’s a special case!) you can see it on my other (neglected) site above.

Monthly writer update

Who can believe May is almost over, raise your hand.

*crickets*

Yeah, neither can I! So, what’s new in the writer’s sphere? Well, I’ve been busy busy with house stuff, (ugh!) and busy editing. Editing what, you ask? Why, the next Antique Magic book! Yes, my next urban fantasy book will be coming, very, very soon. I had hoped to get it out before now, but pesky thing is longer than I planned–and I got knocked down for two weeks not being able to keep anything in my stomach, which in turn left me with no desire or strength to edit.

(Oh, yeah, right. And there was reading through the monstrosity that was that pile of papers I showed you last month, and I sort of roughly plotted a new historical romance “series”. Yes, I cannot control the plot-bunnies, ever.).

Then, we had some house things we had to take care of, nothing too shocking, but it was to us. So, that’s been a minor nuisance.

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End of April update and sale

Hi, everyone. I hope you’re doing well this morning. I’m coming in here to give you a heads up about another sff sale including two of my novels–Druid Warrior Prince as well as Changeling’s Crown. You can find that here:

SFF Book Bonanza 99cent april sale

Also, a little update. Nanowrimo’s April Camp Nanowrimo is speeding fast to its end. What have I been doing? Well, over the last year, in between finishing Camden Girls, (book 3 forthcoming!) And Stewards War (all available now) and Antique Magic (audiobooks of book 1 in the works and book 7 resting) I have written 2 books and 2 chapters of a trilogy set in the same world as Changeling’s Crown, based on another fairy tale. 🙂 I want to get the final manuscript written before I publish the first book so maybe you won’t have to wait so long for the series end. That’s the plan, anyway. I am hoping to have it solid enough to release book one by August or September. At least, that was the plan last August when I started the massive headache project. Keep an ear out.

I’ve also pulled a mass of papers out of my backlog which will comprise a new secret project. Want a peek?

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Easter news and romance #sale

Easter romance sales!

(Well that’s not their official titles, but… Easter’s on its way–Goodness, how are we at Easter already??) At any rate, I have two bits of news for you. Sales and book news: (see below the cut for the links)


News point #1), I’m getting closer to finishing the next book in my Camden Girls series (for those of you awaiting my next Historical romance) and the next Antique Magic book. Woot! So, almost nailed my goals for Q1. Stay tuned for those releases, I hope before Christmas–heck, I hope before summer is over!

Too ambitious? We’ll see.


News point #2: I’ve put Changeling’s Crown out in all ebook sellers (scratch that, all but Googleplay. That’s a little more involved, but …do any of you purchase books at Googleplay?

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