Book 1: The Artist’s Inheritance
The balance between good and evil can be an art… or a curse
Trevor and Caitlin were once happy newlyweds, profiting from Trevor’s art. Until Trevor inherits his brother’s house, and with it, his part of a family curse. Now, Caitlin will stop at nothing to save her beloved husband from insanity and suicide, even if it means she must embrace her destiny and become a witch.
“It has all the right features for a story that includes witches, imps, past lives — you name it!”
“The Artist’s Inheritance had a wonderfully creepy undertone to it.”
“Lots of chills and creepy moments. I’m never one to enjoy dark basements or gloomy attics and this story only confirms my decision.”
Something terrifying stalks Caitlin and her beloved Trevor. Something the bits and pieces she left claimed she had to make sense of–or so legend says. When the curator of their collection finds Caitlin’s long forgotten diary, she wonders will it tell the whole tale? Will it tell why Caitlin seemed so determined to tell the difference between reality and nightmare even as she continued the fight to defend her family from evil? Will it explain why she thought her world twisted? If she really became a witch, what will the holidays hold for Caitlin? Perhaps the answer lies between the lines of her story, one of lessons, struggles, and the hopes she carried like a warrior’s shield.
“As a continuation of Caitlin’s and Trevor’s life, and adventures, together, Caitlin’s Book of Shadows is a great story. We get to see a bit of the emotional aftermath of the events in book one, we get to see Cait and Trevor putting in effort to get their relationship back to okay, and we get to see how they begin to integrate the changes fate and life threw at them. And we get some foreshadowing of the book yet to come.”
“It whets the appetite for the next installment in the series.”
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Life is good at Starfort Collectibles until the owners, Caitlin and Trevor Fulmer, acquire a beautiful statuette with a murky past. Shortly thereafter, mysterious hauntings wreak havoc on the couple when a ghost in the attic threatens retribution. Caitlin presses her coven for help before the ghost succeeds in meting out deadly punishment—on Trevor.
“One of the things I especially like about this series is the humor that is mixed in with the eeriness.”
CIR: What was the writing process like for your book?
REVEZZO: I had to do a little bit of research by hitting up some artist friends of mine with questions about their process and more research into the history of, especially, The Artist’s Inheritance. The Civil War era fort the heroes live near especially.
CIR: What would you compare this book to?
REVEZZO: I’d say it’s a little bit like Charmed and Practical Magic, with some Juliet Blackwell mixed in.
CIR: What do you hope your readers will get out of this book?
REVEZZO: I hope they gain a sense that things might not always be what they seem, and that they get enjoyment from my stories.
CIR: Given the paranormal element, is there any content that some readers might find questionable despite the overall “clean” feel of the book?
Learn more about Juli D. Revezzo at www.julidrevezzo.com