Wednesday, December 27, 2017

New reviews for Watchmaker's Heart audiobook

I just had to share this! I found a few great new reviews for Watchmaker's Heart this morning:



"This honey-sweet audio, featuring a headstrong heroine with spunk in spades and a thieving anti-hero is such a romantic story! Juli D. Revezzo took the bones of a plot that is used quite often and made it her own by adding steampunk touches, mystery, intrigue...it stays on the lighter side of dark, never becoming too intense which makes for a languid listen." ~Ind'Tales

and also from a reader on GoodReads:

"The dialogue was quick and witty, the characters quirky and mysterious. The novel was overall light and fast-paced. I loved the world that Revezzo created and the way she managed to write such a fun story within a historical context...The audio was fabulous with a narrator who nailed every character down to a tee. She brought the story to life for me and made it fun to listen along from start to finish....Phoebe Lockswell is an incredible character with her independence and determination to stick by her principles"~Zandalee, GoodReads

If you'd like to hear Watchmaker's Heart for yourself, you can find the audiobook on:

 Audible
or


If you wish, you may listen to a sample of Watchmaker's Heart here:



Juli D. Revezzo is the author of the historical fantasy novels DRUID WARRIOR PRINCE, FRIGGA'S LOST ARMY, the Gothic fantasy romance LADY OF THE TAROT, now available in Audiobook from Audible and in ebook and paperback, MOURNING DOVE LOCKET, the latest in the Antique Magic paranormal series, also the Celtic Stewards Chronicles fantasy romance series, as well as the Victorian Romances WATCHMAKER'S HEART--now available in audiobook (as well as ebook and paperback), HOUSE OF DARK ENVY, among others. Her books are available at Amazon and elsewhere.

Monday, December 25, 2017

Merry Christmas morning


#goodmorning everyone! I meant to do a little more blogging this month, at least finish up some of those prompts I've been working on, but... of course you know the next part of this, writing stories got in the way. And now, here we are....

Christmas day--eep! How did the year go by so fast?

 #WhereDidTheYearGo #ReadyNotReady 


At any rate, I wanted to take this time to say, I hope you all have a lovely Christmas/Yule/Solstice, whatever you celebrate it as, have fun, be safe. My thanks and best wishes to you all, my friends!

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Juli D. Revezzo is the author of the historical fantasy novels DRUID WARRIOR PRINCE, FRIGGA'S LOST ARMY, the Gothic fantasy romance LADY OF THE TAROT, now available in Audiobook from Audible and in ebook and paperback, MOURNING DOVE LOCKET, the latest in the Antique Magic paranormal series, also the Celtic Stewards Chronicles fantasy romance series, as well as the Victorian Romances WATCHMAKER'S HEART--now available in audiobook (as well as ebook and paperback), HOUSE OF DARK ENVY, among others. Her books are available at Amazon and elsewhere.

Saturday, December 23, 2017

A writer's life....or trying to catch up on blog posts before the year ends.  http://bit.ly/2D264jo #writerslife #bloggersblast

I thought I'd toss a few of these prompts together as...I'm so behind!! (again,typical, right?)

If I could eat one last meal:
Boy what a morbid prompt! Well, herm. It would have to be  anything pasta. I keep spaghetti on hand for lunches, but if it were the absolute last (did I mention this is a morbid prompt?) it would have to be  mom's lasagna. I lovelovelove that dish the best.

Unfortunately, I don't quite know the recipe, (noodles, sauce, ricotta cheese....and...bake). That's about the extent of my knowledge)

Also, I'm quite fond of black beans and rice. :)

Next.

Favorite books to read:

I think I covered this one...? Didn't I? Oh, well. My favorite books? Well I read widely. I read classics, I read fantasy/SF, Romance, mystery, non-fiction, indie and traditional. Ironically? I don't like to re-read. Mainly because I have so many books I'd like to get to. My favorite book, then ... Herm... Almost anything by Michael Moorcock or Virginia Woolf, or Suzanne G. Rogers, or ...or...or....

Next:

The most beautiful place I've ever been.

Oh, that's a tough one. I've been to the Painted Desert, alas, it was a long time ago so I don't have pictures to share of that trip. Also, more recently, the North Carolina mountains.



Lovely, quiet. *sigh* But because I usually live down at sea level, the elevation really screws with my head. That's the only drawback.

My favorite holiday... Halloween. :)
I love the dressing up, or I used to, when I was younger. I haven't had an opportunity to do it much the last few years. I also like that it looks forward to cooler temperatures. And of course, Christmas. :)
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Because, heh. Christmas, lights, food, family, prezzies. Sugary sweet sappy Christmas stories, though aren't the top of my favorites list.  I can bring myself to write one (or two). But that's my guilty secret, I don't clamor for them, don't even usually watch them on TV.(I do like the Star Trek episode where Picard dreamed of that false memory Christmas he had...I forget the name of the episode.) And I know Patrick Stewart has played Scrooge, but still, I'd rather watch anything else with him in it.

Nope. I've never read "A Christmas Carol". Why? Not interested. In fact,even though I have an English degree, not one of my professors required we read it, or if I remember correctly, even made it extra credit. Why? *shrugs* Maybe because they kept away from the cliché "What this author is known for" titles (yes, it's true. I had to read Grapes of Wrath, A Room of One's Own, Wuthering Heights, and Tess of the D'Urbervilles by my own choosing). Judging by my professors' aversions to clichés, I'd say CC is the ultimate cliche. Yet, poor ole Dickens is saddled with the title "the guy that wrote Christmas Carol". Personally, I'd rather read Hard Times or Bleak House, thanks all the same. How CC stuck and people give you a blank look if you name these other two novels by him, I have no idea.

(No, I'm not really a Scrooge, but I've lost family and friends at this time of year, so because of that, yeah, its name the "Dark Half of the Year" is kinda hard to leave behind. Add in the fact that it's been 80 degrees this week and that reminds me how screwed our environment is (and that my husband always complains about Christmas--he's not a fan) and you can see how it's easy to be skeptical and get sick of all the "let's pretend everything's happy and bright" for a whole freakin' month gets old quick.

Moving on to happier thoughts....

Next: What's your favorite format: paperback, ebook, or audio?

Um, all of the above?
Paperback if I'm going out somewhere because I can shove a book into my purse, ebook when I'm home because, well, most of the books I read are in ebook these days. Audiobooks--when I can get them, are great for listening to while exercising.

And as an author, I like to have my books in as many formats as possible, for the customer, just for that very reason. And you wouldn't believe how many times people have asked me "is your book in paperback?" For most of them, I can say "why yes! Yes it is." *smiles*

Next: A day in my life?

Well? Hello...I'm Juli. An author, writer, published author--did I mention writer? That means, I sit in front of my computer all day, typing stories, doing blog posts, twitter, facebook etc. Typing until dinner time. After which, I usually sit on my couch reading until bedtime and get up the next day to do it all again. *g*

And....since I've bored you enough (and I have to think about the other prompts), I'm going to close this post off. Thanks for reading!

What are your favorite meals, books, places to visit, book format, etc?


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Juli D. Revezzo is the author of the historical fantasy novels DRUID WARRIOR PRINCE, FRIGGA'S LOST ARMY, the Gothic fantasy romance LADY OF THE TAROT, now available in Audiobook from Audible and in ebook and paperback, MOURNING DOVE LOCKET, the latest in the Antique Magic paranormal series, also the Celtic Stewards Chronicles fantasy romance series, as well as the Victorian Romances WATCHMAKER'S HEART--now available in audiobook (as well as ebook and paperback), HOUSE OF DARK ENVY, among others. Her books are available at Amazon and elsewhere.

Thursday, December 14, 2017

Winter-time, business, and about that newest release

Not saying we have it as bad as those of you getting snowed on but WOW did the temps drop this weekend! (And we're already--slightly--warming back up).

And I finally got  Draft2Digital figured out. Their support was wonderful. :) So if you're an indie author and looking for a way to go "wide" I'd say give them a try.

Also, For those of you who don't know, this worked well for my  new freebie short story ( No Such Thing as Dasher. ) Which, if you don't know about it, its synopsis is as follows:

coverideatestblondegirlsnowFor Avery, her holiday duties as a forest ranger oftentimes involve tracking revelers who have lost their way in her wilderness domain. After a camper clashes with a reindeer, however, Avery is shocked to discover the creature is defended not by Santa, but by the formidable, yet gentle, shapeshifting Lord of the Forest.

Can the magic of the forest bring together a ranger and a supernatural being, or is Avery destined to celebrate yet another Christmas alone?

An enchanting fairy tale to celebrate the magic of the season!
It's available FREE at Amazon*. Also, it's free at Kobo, Google Play, Itunes (thanks to the aforementioned Draft2Digital), and  Barnes and Noble.


Please note, there are some Amazon stores at which the story might not yet be free but I'm hoping they will come in line with the others before New Year's. If it's not free where you are, please check back.

Anyway, it has been a freakin' nightmare to get it set FREE. (Cause you-know-who wants us to use only You-Know-What, I think. And Someone Else Has Their Own Bee up their Backsides about, well...all competitors.) I did not think it would take a month and having to switch providers to get a simple free story out to all my readers. If I had, I would've ...I don't know. put up an "order here, and forget THE BIG THREE providers"...or something. But that would've been even more work.)

But, it's over. Or at least mostly. Some Amazon's venues might still have a price on it, but for the most part, there t'is.

At any rate, I hope you enjoy this little freebie short story, and have a lovely Christmas!


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Juli D. Revezzo is the author of the historical fantasy novels DRUID WARRIOR PRINCE, FRIGGA'S LOST ARMY, the Gothic fantasy romance LADY OF THE TAROT, now available in Audiobook from Audible and in ebook and paperback, MOURNING DOVE LOCKET, the latest in the Antique Magic paranormal series, also the Celtic Stewards Chronicles fantasy romance series, as well as the Victorian Romances WATCHMAKER'S HEART--now available in audiobook (as well as ebook and paperback), HOUSE OF DARK ENVY, among others. Her books are available at Amazon and elsewhere.

Tuesday, December 12, 2017

The Naughty List



Got this from Raven Rose:


THE RULES
1) Provide a brief description of your novel before beginning. NO MORE THAN 5 SENTENCES.

Novel: Passion's Sacred Dance

Synopsis:
Unless Stacy Macken can stave off her creditors, she may lose her renowned history center. Yet she knows in her heart that the center is sacred and what a catastrophe losing it would be. How much of a catastrophe, she hasn't a clue.

Until Aaron Fielding arrives with his tales of magical guardians and the Tuatha dé Danann, sworn warriors from Celtic legend who protect humanity from a wicked enemy seeking their destruction.

Is the end of the world imminent? What can she, a modern woman and her warrior lover, possibly have to offer when a long-prophesied druidic mythic battle explodes around them?

Bonus: Includes brand new flash fiction piece, "About A Warrior"

(Just FYI, the ebook and paperback of this one are on sale right now for your Christmas gift-giving pleasure!)

2) If your cast is fewer than 15 characters, you can’t use the same name more than twice. If your cast is larger than 15 characters, you can’t use the same name more than once.

THE QUESTIONS
1. Which character is SO into the holidays, they nearly cause a street-wide power outage from all their Christmas lights?
Stacy's mother.

2. Which character attends the office new years party with ONE date…and goes home with someone else?

Maybe Erika, (Stacy's right hand woman)

3. Which character is more than happy to steal Hanukkah gelt from poor, unsuspecting children? [Note: Hanukkah gelt = chocolate coins]

Balor (boohiss!)

4. Fill in the blanks: I saw ____[character]____ doing a whole lot more than ____[verb]____-ing Santa Claus. They were full on ____[action]____.


I saw Erika doing a whole lot more than eating cookies with Santa...They were full on...wrapping presents!

5. One of your characters decides to pregame before church and passes out in the middle of the Christmas service. Which character is it?

None of my characters really like drinking, these days. They had their fill of mead throughout the ages and prefer tea more than anything now.

6. Which character hasn’t been seen since winter began because they refuse to deal with the snow?

They're all pretty much Floridians now.:) And thankfully, this year, no snow!

7. Which character completely forgot about the holidays and ends up regifting to everyone?

Isaac. He's been way too busy at the hospital, lately.

8. Which character has such crappy luck, they only discover their potato allergy after pigging out on latkes?

Laurco--muwahaha!

9. The Krampus has arrived to punish your very bad characters. Which character is kinda into it?
Balor. Knowing him, he'd filet Krampus and eat him for dinner!

10. One of your characters should be on the naughty list, but has convinced Santa to clear their name. Which character is it, and what was their means of persuasion?

Cyreth. Probably offered to introduce him to a cute druid, knowing her.

And that's my list...Writers friends, feel free to vik this for your own blogging Christmas fun!

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Friday, December 8, 2017

Word counts....Do they really matter? #writerslife #bloggersblast


Do word counts really matter?


Ah, that divisive topic!

For readers, depending on their/your favored genre, they/you may prefer 800,000 word monsters.

Publishers will spout the same "blah blah random book should be this long", demands.

Writers? Meh. You know what? I don't think we care all that much beyond if it the word count of a story meets a specific publisher's call. 

Nanowimo (which we all just bashed away at) insisted for years on 50k to "win"; thankfully, they've relaxed that a bit. 

And then, you have us indies over here that say "Stuff all that we gotta get on with this..."

(er, sorry. Don't know how Pink Floyd slipped in there** er, slightly edited. Warning if cursing offends you don't click that link and check out the song/video).

But really. I've had this conversation with countless writer friends and that's pretty much where we're split: What are you going to do with it? 

While I used to try to plan on making a book x-amount of words long, now, I just go with what the story demands. You know. I've everything from flash fiction to whoppers out there. I even have one manuscript sitting in the trash bin, er, footlocker that came in at (ready for this?) 300,000 words in it's original form. 

And you wonder why I suffer carpal tunnel. >;) And why I have to choose typing a book over typing multiple blogs a week.It's because I used to obsess over word counts, daily, weekly, whatever. add to that the typing that takes place on the internet, and boy do I go way over the Nanowrimo 1600 a day. Yikes! (To be honest, I was doing 2000 or 3000 this November on the best of days so, you can see why I've tried to stay off the keyboard after that.

*Yes I've thought about using that Dragon thing/program; no. From what I've heard about it, it's too wonky to suit my needs. I'll just write what I can when I can.

As far as book length that I look for when I'm buying a book? While I have a collection of 700-800 page fantasy novels on my shelf, these days. I prefer around 45,000 to 55,000. For instance, even when I read classics--(like Tess of the d'Uberville I mentioned the other day), I've found myself thinking "gee this would've been shorter if he'd cut out...whatever it is that seems too much.

So, do word counts really matter? Depending on what you're going to do with it, maybe but for me? No.. As long as the story is told, who cares how long it is or how many words you type per day?


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Thursday, December 7, 2017

My 10 favorite movies inspired by books #bloggersblast #writerconfessions

Here's the next in the blog prompt list I'm following.


What are my favorite movies inspired by books?

This could be a long list so I think I'll just try to come up with 10. If I can even manage that, we'll see. because Hollywood does tend to butcher and change novels, when they get hold of them, don't they?

1.Vanity Fair (2004).

This is the theatrical version of William Makepeace Thackery's novel, Vanity Fair, and though the screenwriter changed a lot, the essence of Becky and crew is still pretty much in tact.

2. Fellowship of the Ring
3. The Two Towers
4. Return of the King.

Let's face it, Peter Jackson did an awesome job with these movies. Yes, he left out the epilogue, yes there were other changes but all in all these three movies are fantastic.


5. True Grit (2010)
Ditto. While some of the best lines aren't there--or the best lines are in the movie, but not in Charles Portis' novel, it's a faithful-ish reproduction of  his book.

6. Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants

The movie doesn't cover everything that happens in Ann Brashares' novel, but it does a pretty good job of translating it to screen.


7. Cold Mountain (2003)

There are a few scenes that got changed, that in my mind, were actually done better in the book, but I enjoy this movie (and its book) immensely.

8. Queen of the Damned.

*I know,I know. Anne Rice hated this version but ...I think they did an okay job with it. It could've been much worse, and maybe I like it better because of the bar being lowered so far with the travesty that is Interview with the Vampire (apologies to Brad Pitt).

9. Silence of the Lambs 
(Again, it's been a while since I read the novel but I seem to recall the
screenwriter did a pretty good job with it).

10. House of Mirth.
As mentioned yesterday, I lovelove Selden, and ...it was nice to see him finally on screen. It was a little more abbreviated than I wish it was (from what I remember. It's been a while since I read the book), but I think it was fairly well-done.

11. To the Lighthouse
It sort of follows what happens in the novel. I don't want to say it follows the plot because TTL is more complicated than that. It doesn't have a plot, really. But the film version takes an idea: a boy wanting to go to a lighthouse, a mother wanting the best for her children, and focuses on those, more than...the stream of consciousness form in which Woolf wrote the novel. But they did okay considering how hard it might've been to translate her words to theatrical film. Don't believe me? Watch the movie, and listen to the way Professor Mount reads the opening of the novel here.

I'd love to put Cloud Atlas on this list, but unfortunately, as many times as I've watched the movie (10?) I haven't yet (*ducks*) had a chance to read the book. My husband did and he approves, so...there? I'm also currently reading Tess of the D'Urbervilles, which had a movie back in the '70s (that I first knew about via cable); alas, I've never seen. I'm sure I'm going to want to now, despite the spoilers I found looking it up! *grr*
And those are mine. What are your favorite book-inspired movies?

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Wednesday, December 6, 2017

My Ideal Romance Hero #authorconfessions #bloggersblast #writerconfessions


My Ideal Romance Hero

The next in the blog prompts was "what's your ideal romance hero?"

Oh boy, this oughta get me in trouble. :) Because, guess what? My idea of a hero doesn't seem to fit any of the styles you'll see in your typical modern romance novel. 

What is my ideal romance hero? I like the poets, the musicians, the artists (obviously). The sensitive thinking men, the ones who use their minds and intellect to get out of sticky situations. The ones who work with the heroines rather than the kind that say "Step aside, honey. Let the man deal with this."

 I'm sorry? I understand where it came from (*cavemen) but I prefer ladies who deal with their own hardships, Princess Leia types rather than the "hay-elp hay-elp!" heroines. 

But that's off-topic, isn't it?

I like the heroes like Alcott's Laurie, Woolf's Septimus or Jacob, and  Edith Wharton's Lawrence Selden (left) far more than the typical romance alpha males. The smart ones, the reasonable ones.The ones who recognize, like I said, that maybe women aren't all looking to be "saved".

(Though whether or not Lily Bart actually needed saving is a totally different question altogether that we won't go into here.)

In fact, I can say honestly that I think the heroes in my  romance novels and stories are far more Selden than they are or will be Darcys. :)

How about you? Who's your ideal romance hero?


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Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Making me laugh.... #BloggersBlast #writerslife

Well, I thought it high time to add another blog for y'all. I'm sorry I haven't been around much. Nanowrimo has had me  writing, editing and with the PlentifulEarth prompts, I dropped the ball on these other prompts. Oh well. There's still time to get back to them. So.

The next question (I think) after where I left off was: What makes me laugh out loud?

Oh, gosh. I've never really thought about that. We have what some people might think of as  a weird sense of humor, in my family, so some things might make me laugh that wouldn't others.
Just take a look at my favorite movies and you can see that. I've always like some comedic movies (Abbott and Costello were a favorite growing up),
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and I've enjoyed various other movies--LA Story, Groundhog Day, Blues Brothers, Princess Bride and a host of other movies whose lines I can quote that make us smile). I love some authors that mix humor into their books (Meg Cabot, Suzanne G. Rogers Grant Naylor's Red Dwarf [which made me laugh out loud just reading through the first chapter again now. :)]) and more. 



I also love Bloom County (I miss it!) and Mark Tatulli's Lio, from the comics page? (There's that quirky thing again). 

Conversations can make me laugh, depending on what we bring up.

Big Bang Theory. I'm not a huge fan of Sitcoms, but this one is relateable. (Fandom, and Star wars and Star trek jokes? Love 'em).





:) And just random things.... What makes you laugh?


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Juli D. Revezzo is the author of the historical fantasy novels DRUID WARRIOR PRINCE, FRIGGA'S LOST ARMY, the Gothic fantasy romance LADY OF THE TAROT, now available in Audiobook from Audible and in ebook and paperback, MOURNING DOVE LOCKET, the latest in the Antique Magic paranormal series, also the Celtic Stewards Chronicles fantasy romance series, as well as the Victorian Romances WATCHMAKER'S HEART--now available in audiobook (as well as ebook and paperback), HOUSE OF DARK ENVY, among others. Her books are available at Amazon and elsewhere.

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