Wednesday, December 28, 2016

A Christmas Survey

 
 
I found this little survey (via Melissa's Eclectic Bookshelf, via Lindsay's Library)
and since it's still (technically) Christmas week, I thought, what the hell? People are still pretending Christmas! I apologize for starting with the first two answers; if this was my list, they wouldn't be on here. Just skip to the happier #3 question, if you like.


Favorite Christmas song(s): Honestly? None. Well, that's not exactly true. I can tolerate (note the word tolerate) the classical songs ("Gloria in excelsis Deo", and stuff like that), but not much else. Generally, I'd rather not listen to "Christmas" themed music...by anyone, anywhere, ever! Especially this pissy year, Holly Jolly nonsensical songs just depressed the hell out of me. Ugh. (To hell with you, 2016!)

Favorite Christmas movie(s): Again, not much. Bad Santa comes to mind and there was one Hallmark romance movie (yes, it's true) from ...a few years back, that I enjoyed, but I can't for the life of me tell you the title. I think, after a quick scan through Google, that it was called Christmas with Holly. I wouldn't say either one is my "favorite" but I can watch them. Unless we add Star Wars, since it generally releases in December. Then yes. That. Star Wars. :)


Best and/or most memorable Christmas gift you ever received: My mom found an old pic of my family and framed that. Also, my first word processor,without which...you know I wouldn't have so many books published.

Real tree or artificial tree?: Artificial. I like real, but because of my husband, Allergy Boy, artificial is best.

What tops your tree? Star? Angel? Bow?: An angel that looks like it was made out of stained glass.


Do you send out Christmas cards? Do you go photo card or traditional?:Yes, I do still send them out. And I go traditional.


When did you stop believing in Santa?: I don't remember 2nd? 3rd? Fourth grade?

Do you have any special Christmastime traditions?: I don't turn the Christmas lights on until Solstice.

Do you have a favorite type of decoration -- snowmen, trees, Christmas village, etc.?: My Christmas tree. I tried to do a more Victorian look, except for the lights, of course.

Do you have any sentimental decorations or ornaments?: That angel I mentioned. I inherited it from a friend of ours who passed away quite a while ago.

White lights or colored lights? Big old-fashioned lights or mini lights?: Colored mini-lights.

When do you start decorating for Christmas?: I try to put the tree up within the first weekend or maybe second week of December; any earlier than the that is too early. But like I said, I don't turn the lights on, officially, until Solstice night.
 
Favorite Christmas treat: Peppermint coffee creamer. :)

Do you like sugar cookies? Gingerbread cookies?: Yes.

Do you say cocoa or hot chocolate? Do you like your warm chocolate-y beverage with marshmallows? I say Hot Chocolate and sometimes, I like marshmallows. I have to be in the mood, I guess.

What do you eat at your Christmas feast?: We usually do ham of some sort, and black beans and rice, too. But most importantly, I look forward to mom's lasagna. :) The Italian side of me needs it! ;) She usually makes it special for me to bring home.

Do you open any presents on Christmas Eve or do you wait until Christmas morning?: We wait until Christmas morning.

Favorite Christmas-y scent:? Baking cookies.
 
If you could ask Santa for any gift this year -- and know that he'd bring it -- what would it be?: Mechanical fingers like Ghost in the Shell so I could type more without the fingers dying. ;) 
 
Guess what? I didn't get them. *sigh* Oh well. Gotta do this the old fashioned way. ;) Anyway, those are my answers to the survey. Hope those first two answers didn't depress you. Have a good day and New Year!
 
 
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Juli D. Revezzo is the author of the MOURNING DOVE LOCKET, the latest in the Antique Magic paranormal series, also the Celtic Stewards Chronicles fantasy romance series, as well as the Gothic romance LADY OF THE TAROT. Her books are available at Amazon and elsewhere.
 
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header pic: Christmas Notebook.© Frbird | Dreamstime.com/Ghost in the Shell pic Copyright Masamune Shirow and Production IG (I think)

Sunday, December 25, 2016

Christmas Sunday Update

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This week's been busy, and a tough one. My hubby had the week off so I didn't get much done in the Vlogmas challenge (poor planning on my part, there) but oh well. It's nice having him home. We finished up our Christmas shopping, went out to the park several times, watched a few movies. Might seem boring but that's a good weekend, to us. :) We'd talked about going to see Rogue One again (which we lovedlovedloved!) but alas, it didn't happen. I imagine, when it comes out on DVD, it'll live in our player for quite a while. (yes, if you haven't seen it, it's sssssooooo goood!).

Also baked up the banana bread everyone seems to love around here.

Books I got this week:

The Most Unsuitable Wife by Caroline Clemmons.
A Question of Faith by Nicole Zoltac
Betrayal's Price by Lisa Blackwood
Let it Snow by Erica Ridley
Dissension by K.A. Salidas
 Shadow Stalker part 1 by Renee Scattergood

What I read this week:

Finished Kickin' and Dreaming, A story of Heart, Soul and Rock n Roll (aka the Heart biography) by Ann and Nancy Wilson. And if you are a Heart fan and haven't read this book yet, you should! I really enjoyed it. If you aren't a heart fan, oh my! You should check them out. Dreamboat Annie-Bebe Le Strange is a good place to start. ;) Red Velvet Car, Jupiter's Darlin' and Fanatic are great too. Heck, I like almost all of their Discography! :)
Also finished up Laura Strickland's The Tenth Suitor.



I think that was it.I noticed that this year, I didn't quite read as much as last year. So, I hope to do a little more next year! *g* We'll see.

This week's posts:
Vlogmas Attempts
A bit of Flash Fiction for your Christmas reading pleasure
Just a quick note to say...

Since I figure y'all won't be around much to read this update, I'll stop now. I hope y'all have a lovely holiday!

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Juli D. Revezzo is the author of the MOURNING DOVE LOCKET, the latest in the Antique Magic paranormal series, also the Celtic Stewards Chronicles fantasy romance series, as well as the Gothic romance LADY OF THE TAROT. Her books are available at Amazon and elsewhere.

Just a quick note to say....

 
Christmas 2016 wishes by Juli D. Revezzo, photo copyright Juli D. Revezzo
 
Merry Christmas, happy Yule. If you are traveling somewhere tomorrow/this week, my friends, travel safe! May your 2017 be wonderful.
 
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Juli D. Revezzo is the author of the MOURNING DOVE LOCKET, the latest in the Antique Magic paranormal series, also the Celtic Stewards Chronicles fantasy romance series, as well as the Gothic romance LADY OF THE TAROT. Her books are available at Amazon and elsewhere.

Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Christmas reading: No such thing as Dasher

Christmas card image






Ahem.... Here, for your holiday cheer, a little bit of paranormal romance Flash fiction I wrote a few years ago. :) It's a little in the same vein as Murder upon a Midnight Clear, but I hope you enjoy it.

No such thing as Dasher

by

Juli D. Revezzo

1658, university of Houston/Wikipedia, Juli D. Revezzo, Christmas story, fantasy, pagan fiction, supernatural fiction, paranormal romance


The hoof print on the vic’s forehead told Christie someone had a sick idea of Christmas. Death by blunt trauma to the head.


She and her partners did all they could to gather evidence, the first step in their investigation and then Christie climbed into her cruiser. She was late for mom’s Christmas dinner. No time to change, she’d have to go in her uniform. Mom would chew her out but at least she wouldn’t give any blind date mom had cooked up any ideas.

Main Street glowed red and green. A most obnoxious house sported a singing Santa, reindeer, and dancing elves, on the roof. Dad’s nemesis. She couldn’t see home yet, but she knew what to expect. Could swear she heard the ho-ho-hos from here. Dad never did obey the noise ordinances when it came to his decorations. Why should he, when his daughter was a cop?

Something large darted into the street ahead of her. Christie slammed on her brakes, but skidded into the beast.

Christie felt its body tumble under her wheels. The impact tossed her every which way, despite her seatbelt. Her car slid to a stop, slamming into a massive, aluminum candy cane. She smacked her head on the steering wheel.

Dazed, she could’ve sworn the animal rose up through her hood. A rack of impressive horns grew from its crown. Glowing red eyes studied her through the windshield.


The animal-being shimmered and turned into a half-naked man. He reached through her windshield and tugged her into his warm, furry arms.


“Merry Christmas, Christie,” he said, and kissed her.


Christie accepted the kiss. A feeling of comfort and safety in the heat of him washed over her, a feeling she couldn’t explain. She, just for a moment, thought she could see the two of them alone before a fireplace.


A moment later she felt herself ooze to the sidewalk, alone.

Trembling, Christie got to her feet and searched. Seeing no tracks, no evidence of anything other than skid marks from her tires and the broken yard decorations she’d plowed into, she laughed to herself. Kissed by Dasher. I must be hallucinating.

Dinner would have to wait. She pulled her cell phone from her belt and dialed 911, sure that despite the pain in her head and the taste of his magical kiss still on her lips, she must be out of it. Mom was never going to believe this excuse.


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copyright 2013, Juli D. Revezzo, Raven Queen Publications

Related Posts: Christmas sale on several titles.
Uncommon Christmas

Monday, December 19, 2016

CHRISTMAS SALE on SEVERAL TITLES.

 
The following titles are on sale at Amazon for Christmas gifting! Specifically, the paperbacks. :) I hope you find something your recipients will enjoy!
(Subscribers, I'm putting this post here to pin).

 
 
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Murder Upon a Midnight Clear, on sale in paperback.
#romance #mystery #pnr
 
 
 
WATCHMAKER’S HEART on sale in paperback.
   
 
 
 
 
 

PASSION’S SACRED DANCE is also on sale in paperback.
  #paranormal #fantasy #romance
 
 
 
 
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Juli D. Revezzo is the author of the MOURNING DOVE LOCKET, the latest in the Antique Magic paranormal series, also the Celtic Stewards Chronicles fantasy romance series, as well as the Gothic romance LADY OF THE TAROT. Her books are available at Amazon and elsewhere.
 
 

Vlogmas attempts

If y'all are ever on Youtube, I've been participating in the Vlogmas challenge. Or at least, trying to. The challenge is to post vlogs every day in December, preferably, I think, Christmas related. Well...what I'm ending up doing is snippets of days in the life of a writer.

The videos take longer to make than you'd think, and somehow in there I haven't had a chance to make more since Saturday. Hubby's been home on a long weekend and that makes it hard to record videos. I admit it, I'm not one of those who can shoot a video in one room while someone's in the other. On the topic of writing/editing I can't do "read aloud" edits when someone's here, either. I don't know, but it feels like I'm either (a) talking to myself or (b) being rude.  (And no, in case you're wondering, I don't feel the same way about knitting or writing when he's home. For the most part).

But I do have a few videos up, and will add to them when I can. Hopefully before the end of December, but I'm not holding my breath. If you're curious about, like I said, a day (or rather, days) in the writer's life, you can find them here


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Juli D. Revezzo is the author of the MOURNING DOVE LOCKET, the latest in the Antique Magic paranormal series, also the Celtic Stewards Chronicles fantasy romance series, as well as the Gothic romance LADY OF THE TAROT. Her books are available at Amazon and elsewhere.

Monday, December 12, 2016

Creeping up on Christmas

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 Another week upon us. I thought about doing this post as yet another Vlog, but just didn't get the chance. I like doing them, considered Vlogmas. But shooting and editing my vlogs do tend to take a lot more time than simply typing my thoughts up.  I did make a book trailer for Lady of the Tarot, that I'm pretty pleased with but  no. No vlog this past week. I went to the dentist and they had a cute tree up. *smacks forehead* I know I could've filmed it. All I kept thinking was that the pine smell was too strong and driving me nuts. How how it didn't bother my husband, who's usually more sensitive than I, I have no idea. Now, don't get me wrong, I love pine trees, have lived among them at some points in my life, but this for some reason, was just too concentrate. Oh, well.

As I look back over last week, I'm pretty pleased with everything I managed to get done. The carpal tunnel calmed way down (thank the gods!) so I worked on rewriting the end of a work in progress. I think it's better for it. I hope. We'll see what my beta readers think.

I also managed  to finish up that shawl I was working on. :) I even got to wear it this weekend, and it worked nicely, (in the cold grocery store!). I think it might work out nicely when that one cold day hits. *fingers crossed* We also got the Christmas tree up, and the last of the Christmas shopping done. So, phew! One less thing to worry about. The Christmas cards are coming along but...that's a different subject. And I have a Christmas present I'm working on that must be finished this week. *shhhh*)

On the reading front, no, I didn't manage to get up the review of City in the Autumn Stars, however, I did finish it a few days ago. I enjoyed it very much, but must admit, it didn't end the way I thought it would. I hope to get a review up on my review blog this week. Also, I'm almost finished with  The Tenth Suitor by Laura Strickland so be on the look out for that. Next on my reading list will be The Prydain Chronicles by Lloyd Alexander. I have an omnibus of that on my shelf and I've been eyeing it. So, at least, I plan to start the first book. I recently discovered this fantasy series is based on the Mabinogion (how did this book escape my notice all these years??? Pagan fiction, ya!!!! :)) so I've been itching to read it. (I hear tell Disney is trying (again) to make movies of it--this time the whole series. With how horribly they failed with Black Cauldron, I suppose all we can do is hope for the best?)

 
What with Christmas creeping ever closer (already??) we'll see how far I get through any of my reading/writing/blogging projects.

This week's blogs (if you missed them). Just two:
My post for the Indie Advent Calendar 
and last Sunday's post.

And a picture from last week (which you might've seen if you follow my Instagram account):

palm fronds by and copyright to Juli D. Revezzo, December 2016

These were lying out in the park. I like the look of palm fronds when they're all laid out like this. (hate having to clean them up out of my yard, though). But sometimes, they remind me of old brooms. Anyway, that's me, this week. How was your week?



Juli's Sunday blog banner December 12, 2016. Banner and picture copyright Juli D. Revezzo

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Juli D. Revezzo is the author of the MOURNING DOVE LOCKET, the latest in the Antique Magic paranormal series, also the Celtic Stewards Chronicles fantasy romance series, as well as the Gothic romance LADY OF THE TAROT. Her books are available at Amazon and elsewhere.

Saturday, December 10, 2016

Indie Advent Calendar and deleted scene from Lady of the Tarot


Christmas keyboard
As part of the Indie Advent Calendar I thought I'd show off a deleted Christmas scene from Lady of the Tarot. I hope you enjoy it. I'm not going to say that this isn't...possibly spoiler-y because, heads up, it came in the original quite late in the story and after a couple of big revelations in Reign of Tarot universe so. So, just a heads up, this outtake might seem to give a bit away.


Deleted scene from Lady of the Tarot:


The savory scents of beef broth filled the air, the makings for the Christmas pudding. Beneath it, the syrupy fragrance of mincemeat pies. Emilie ignored her growling stomach, in favor of the doorbell. Carolers, perhaps? Maybe her uncle had come, not saying a word beforehand to keep from ruining a Christmas surprise for her aunt.
A hint of cold seeped into the room as the maid answered the caller. Her skin still damp from the mist of her morning bath, Emilie shivered and moved closer to the fire. The warm glow eased her discomfort.
The maid soon entered the parlor, carrying a small box, wrapped in brightly colored paper and bows. “For you, Mademoiselle Emilie.”
Emilie rose and took the package from her. She opened the card.

Emilie,
Merry Christmas. I’m sorry I haven’t called on you lately. The business of my
uncle’s is taking far longer to sort out than I thought. I miss your fine laughter
and the beauty you bring to
Nightingale’s Reste.

“Emilie, you’re blushing,” Grand-mère said interrupting her in the middle of Linton’s flattery.

Emilie cleared her throat and turned back to the message.

Do forgive me and accept my gift. I found this bracelet in my uncle’s
belongings. I think it belonged to my grandmother
.

Was this why Linton had come to visit her, the first week of December? Now that she thought back on it, perhaps, when he took her wrist in his hands, he'd been measuring it for fit. She turned the note over.

As to that other question, have you found anything? I’m still looking.
Linton.


The question he’d come so late at night to ask. She hadn’t found an answer to the who behind what he said his uncle—and her father—had done in the war, nor who they’d offended. If there was a who, she hoped Linton found out by now, but his note proved otherwise. Thinking of the story gave her chills. As it did to think of her lost brother. Would they never solve these mysteries?
“Well, what do you have there?” Grand-mère asked.
Shuddering, Emilie pushed Linton’s statement aside. For the moment. Opening the small, festive package, she gasped.
“Emilie, don’t keep me in suspense,” Grand-mère said as she came to her side.
She pulled a delicate silver bracelet forth. “It’s from Linton,” she said, clasping it around her wrist. “For Christmas and for neglecting me, I think.”
“Gorgeous,” Grand-mère said. “But should you accept it?”
Her fingers paused and the bracelet slid down her wrist. “Why shouldn’t I?”
The doorbell rang.
“Oh!” Grand-mère cried. “Who’s come now?”
The maid appeared on the parlor threshold. “Captain Bartram, ma’am. I’ll tell him to come back.”
“Oh, look at the hour!”
“I’m not ready,” Emilie said. She brushed her fingers over her hair, still tied up with strips of cloth to enhance her curls. Linton’s card and gift made her feel silly for dreading to emerge. Now, her guest reminded her of the reason for her reluctance. Just thinking of him out there reminded her of her nightmares, the touch of a million spider legs tickling up her arm--real? Or imagined? Remembered from a dream?
“No!” Grand-mère said and tugged Emilie up. “Show him in and give him tea. We’ll be right with him.”
She ushered Emilie up the back stairs to her room and whipped open her wardrobe, extracting her fetching red velvet dress.
“Can’t we send him away?” Emilie asked.
“You don’t want to see him?” Grand-mère asked.
Emilie removed her nightdress and the maid wiggled the red gown over Emilie’s head.
No. “Tell him to come back at a better hour.”
The maid buttoned the last button then picked up a hairbrush. “Ouch!” Emilie said as she tugged it through her tangles.
“Begging your pardon, ma’am.”
“Emilie!” Sinjon’s deep voice boomed up the steps. “You’ve a visitor.”
Why did he seem annoyed? She was the one annoyed. “I know!”
Grand-mère opened the door and shouted, “Don’t scream, children! It isn’t polite.”
“Well, he’s here,” he said.
A pang of guilt stabbed Emilie; she need not take her nerves out on Sinjon. She longed to creep to the kitchen, or the attic, and hide there for good. No such luck.
“Entertain him,” Grand-mère told her brother. “We’ll be right down.”
“You go, Grand-mère,” Emilie said. “I’m not presentable.”
Grand-mère looked her up and down. “Nonsense. You look fine.” She plucked up an ivory silk sash and tied it around her waist. Her soft touch urged Emilie to the door. “Come, let’s not keep him waiting any longer.”
Emilie snatched Linton’s bracelet from her vanity, slid it on, then followed after her grandmother.
Nicholas waited downstairs. Emilie deflated. Go away, go home! she prayed. Shoo!
But he remained, smiling up at her. “My dear girl,” he said. “Don’t you look delightful? Marcus.” He turned to the man behind him, carrying a stack of wrapped gifts. “These are for you.”
Grand-mère tittered in delight. Emilie pushed the bracelet underneath her sleeve and stepped forward, opening the top box. A dress of white silk, striped with black hid beneath its covering. “It’s lovely!” she said.
“Should you like to wear it to church,” he said, “I’ll wait while you change clothes.”
“No,” she said, sliding the box top back in place and handing it to their maid. “We’re late. I’ll wear it for you for new year’s eve.”
“Or when we present you to the king.”
Shock trundled through her. “The king?”
“Why shouldn’t you make his acquaintance?” Nicholas asked.
“Yes, but… I ...” She’d already been presented to Queen Marie. “I don’t think it’s necessary.”
“Of course it is.” Nicholas took and kissed her wrist. “As you are to be my wife.”
If she presented herself to the king, her chance to break off her engagement would be lost.
Emilie tugged at her collar and wondered if it were possible for a noose to feel soft as linen.

If you'd like to check out the rest of LADY OF THE TAROT, it's available at Amazon for Kindle, the audiobook can be found at Audible and Itunes, and it's also available in paperback.

The synopsis is as follows:

Lady of the Tarot by Juli D. Revezzo, Gothic romance, historical romance, tarot,  French Revolution,18th century Europe, Reign of Terror, fantasy romance


WHAT THE CARDS FORETELL MAY BE REAL, AFTER ALL

1793: Having escaped the Reign of Terror, Emilie Maigny took refuge in England, trying to come to grips with the life and loss she left behind. When her brother, Sinjon, returns, a terrifying evil swoops down upon her. Nightmares plague her now, providing strange clues ... but to what?

Scottish-born Linton Morrison spent his entire life in luxury, whiling away the hours in intense study of the tarot and the cards' hidden meanings, but until he met the lovely Emilie Maigny, he would never have guessed how important his study might be--to his life and Emilie's survival when terrible evil strikes.

A Cypher is all Emilie needs, but what is it? Is Linton the key? He may charm her heart--and he may be her only salvation.



New book trailer:

As I said above, LADY OF THE TAROT, is available at Amazon for Kindle; the audiobook can be found at Audible and Itunes, and it's also available in paperback.

Thanks for reading. I hope y'all have a merry Christmas, happy holidays!
Juli

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Juli D. Revezzo is the author of the MOURNING DOVE LOCKET, the latest in the Antique Magic paranormal series, also the Celtic Stewards Chronicles fantasy romance series, as well as the Gothic romance LADY OF THE TAROT. Her books are available at Amazon and elsewhere.
 
 
 
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header pic: Christmas Notebook.© Frbird | Dreamstime.com

Monday, December 5, 2016

What blogging gets done with carpal tunnel

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Sunday Post was conceived by Kimberly at Caffeinated Book Reviewer.

So this week, again, there wasn't much to report. I worked a little more on my Nanowrimo book and a few other writing projects. I did, however, accomplish one thing: Last night, I finished up the shawl/poncho I was working on. It's not quite ready to show off the finished product. I hope to be putting the final touches on it this week--before it gets chilly enough to wear!  We did manage to sort of start the Christmas shopping. Santa's bringing me something I can't wait to get my hands on! *rubs hands gleefully*

That's really all the news there was this week. 

Reading:
I'm almost finished up with City in the Autumn Stars so I hope to have a review up for that this week. I've also been reading The Tenth Suitor by Laura Strickland. It's an historical Christmas Romance and so far, I'm enjoying it. :) It's relatively short, so if I get a chance I hope to have that finished up before Christmas--at least, I'll put up a blurb.

I didn't get much at all in the way of books, this week, just  Wicked Intentions (Maiden Lane Book 1)by Elizabeth Hoyt (Free on Amazon). I read her book To Desire a Devil a few years back and enjoyed it so I thought I'd try another.

On the blog.
I didn't post too much this week, as y'all know, I had a bout of Carpal tunnel to nurse. Feh. I'm eyeing Dragon but don't know when I'll take the plunge to purchase it. It seems like it's got a heck of a learning curve.

Anyway, what I did manage to post this week is as follows:
Black Friday and writing weekend (okay, I'm fudging here, as to the length of the week)
and Post Nanowrimo 2016 update.

I hope y'all like the video. :) I have another to get up, I just haven't had a chance.
Did y'all have a good week? What'd you manage to get done?

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Juli D. Revezzo is the author of the MOURNING DOVE LOCKET, the latest in the Antique Magic paranormal series, also the Celtic Stewards Chronicles fantasy romance series, as well as the Gothic romance LADY OF THE TAROT. Her books are available at Amazon and elsewhere.

Saturday, December 3, 2016

Post nanwrimo 2016 update


So Nanowrimo, done, over for another year. How'd y'all make out? I myself hit the golden spot several days ago, clocked in at 53,702 words by their count. 
 
 


53,702 / 50000 words. 100+% done (sort of!)

So, with the hand feeling the carpal tunnel backlash a little bit, I thought I'd do a vlog instead. Yep. The lighting wasn't as good as I thought it was when I was yaking in that room, (I think it's the camera not picking enough up), but it's getting darker sooner so filming outside is becoming less and less easy. I hope it fits for this blog and I'll keep working on finding better lighting situations. Until then, though, Enjoy!


Likes and subscribes to ye old youtube channel are welcome, if you'd like to. :) Thanks for watching/reading.

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Juli D. Revezzo is the author of the MOURNING DOVE LOCKET, the latest in the Antique Magic paranormal series, also the Celtic Stewards Chronicles fantasy romance series, as well as the Gothic romance LADY OF THE TAROT. Her books are available at Amazon and elsewhere.

Juli's Books

Available at Amazon. Some also available at Audible, Barnes and Noble, Smashwords and Createspace.
Frigga's
New audiobook @ Audible
Victorian romance, historical romance, Juli D. Revezzo, historical romance, read free with Amazon Prime, Kindle Unlimited
The Artist's Inheritance, Antique Magic book 1, by Juli D. Revezzo, Gothic fiction, witch fiction, pagan paranormal fictionCaitlin's Book of Shadows, Antique Magic book 2, by Juli D. Revezzo, short fiction, free ebook, witch fiction, pagan paranormal fictionDrawing Down the Shades, Antique Magic book 3, by Juli D. Revezzo, Gothic fiction, witch fiction, pagan paranormal fiction
Lady of the Tarot by Juli D. Revezzo, Gothic romance, historical romance, tarotHouse of Cards, Reign of Tarot book 1, by Juli D. Revezzo, pagan paranormal fiction, witch fiction, tarot-themed fiction, Gothic fiction, supernatural horrorPassion's Sacred Dance, Celtic Stewards Chronicles, book 1 by Juli D. Revezzo, fantasy, romance, pagan paranormal romance, read free with Kindle UnlimitedDruid Warrior's Heart, Celtic Stewards Chronicles, book 2 by Juli D. Revezzo, fantasy, romance, pagan paranormal romance, read free with Kindle Unlimited
Sing a Mournful Melody by Juli D. Revezzo, Gothic fiction, Vampire fiction, short storyChangeling's Crown by Juli D. Revezzo, New Adult, fantasy, romance, pagan paranormal romanceMurder Upon a Midnight Clear by Juli D. Revezzo, paranromal mystery, Christmas romance, pagan paranormal romance, read free with Kindle UnlimitedWatchmaker's Heart by Juli D. Revezzo, Steampunk romance, Victorian romance, read free with Kindle Unlimited
Bicycle Requiem by Juli D. Revezzo, Gothic fiction, zombie fiction, novelette, borrow with Kindle Unlimited

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