Juli D. Revezzo
The Work of Art:
The Artist’s Inheritance
Where she creates:
The genre that gets to claim her:
Dark Paranormal fantasy.
The heart of the story:
Her muse likes to wing it a little:
Has she ever written anything and thought; " The world has got to see this!" ?
Yes. J I’d been submitting works to traditional publishers for years. But honestly, when I first wrote what became The Artist’s Inheritance, I wasn’t thinking that far ahead for it. It wasn’t until several friends pushed—I mean urged—me to try self publishing it that I took the leap into the Indie waters.
I had a great cover designer and a great critique partner/editor to help out.
Who inspires Juli to write:
What she finds the most difficult in the writing process:
Does she write her characters or do they write themselves?
A little of both, I think.
Does she ever write herself into the characters?
There’s a little of me in Caitlin, I must say..
Is writing her full time job or is she "Keeping her day job"? So to speak.
Writing’s my fulltime job. But I love it. So, as Joseph Campbell said, I’m following my bliss.
If she could go back in time and meet one famous person or legend in history, who would it be?
One person? Wow. That’s a tough choice. There are so many I’d like to meet. I think I’d like to meet the bards that wrote the Irish myths and the stories in the Welsh mythological tome The Mabinogion. I’d do my best to convince them to keep the originals from getting corrupted and lost over the centuries, wouldn’t you?
There are millions of new books released every year. What in Juli's mind makes hers stand out from all those millions in her genre?
If you like spooky stories, with heroines who conquer their fears and the bad guys giving them grief, and if you like stories with ghosts and other paranormal elements, with a dash of mythology, you’ll love The Artist’s Inheritance.
In the world of Indie, marketing is very difficult, especially if you don't have the funds to pay for it. has Juli found a great free way to market your work that you think other Indies will benefit from?
I’m still working on that part, to be honest but Twitter, Facebook, guest blogs and the like have been the biggest part. I’ve gotten in touch with many reviewers and working on getting the book onto as many free listing platforms as I can.
Links to purchase:
On Smashwords: http://bit.ly/RH0GCI
And in paperback via Createspace: https://www.createspace.com/3976218
Follow Juli's career:
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/JD-Revezzo/233193150037011
Good Reads: http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/5782712.Juli_D_Revezzo