Juli D. Revezzo cites a love of fantasy and Celtic mythology and she writes stories encompassing many kinds of fantastical elements. Her published works include historical romances, House of Dark Envy, Watchmaker’s Heart, and Lady of the Tarot; the Antique Magic paranormal series; and Celtic Stewards Chronicles series and more. She is also a member of the Independent Author Network and the Magic Appreciation Tour.
Here are some of my fave bits:
* In her mythological fantasy, Juli tries to keep true to the well-known portrayals of the characters and to work her story around them.
* I like the fact that Frigga's Lost Army is set in World War II and not in ancient times. Kinda reminiscent of Wonder Woman or Captain America, which I love.
* Juli's aspirations include knitting, like her goddess character. As a crafty type myself, this appealed to me.
* She has written 100,000 words this year, yet still worries about the dreaded writers' block. I'm thinking there isn't a problem there.
* One question I asked was quite relevant due to Juli's evacuation for Hurricane Irma. Can you spot the reference in the interview?
For these and many more fun facts, check out the full interview on the Fantasy Sci-Fi Network.
Juli has a new release due in a few weeks, in the meantime check out her latest:
Frigga's Lost Army.
In the winter of 1943, eighteen-year-old Benjamin is just a grunt and Army cook--until he finds himself captured, along with his unit, taken prisoner by Mussolini's troops after the Battle of Tunisia.Transported to a POW camp in Italy, Benjamin is plagued with intense visions of the Norse Goddess Frigga and her retinue of Valkyries, berserkers, and other magical beings.
When he encounters a woman bearing an uncanny resemblance to the goddess, he wonders if he hasn't been entangled in a battle between the natural and the supernatural--a battle for the present and the future.