Interesting stuff about the Tudor Vampires series
Saturday, April 17th, 2010 Apr 17th, 2010 leave a response

While we’re all still anticipating the launch of Kiss of the Rose book #1 in the Tudor Vampire Chronicles on August 3rd, (well, I’m anticipating it!) I’m just finishing writing book #2. The basic premise of the series is to cover one of King Henry VIII’s wives in each book. So the first book involves Queen Katherine of Aragon, Henry’s first wife.

The second book will feature the lady pictured above, Anne Boleyn, probably one of the best known of Henry’s queens. A woman who has inspired numerous works of fiction, films and scholarly reviews. The book will also feature the same hero and heroine, Christopher Ellis and Rosalind Llewellyn, from book #1. It was fun to revisit these two and other characters from book #1.

I can’t tell you a lot about book #2 yet, other than it will be called Blood of the Rose and that it will come out in February 2011. We’re currently talking about the cover and back cover copy, which happens very early on in the process. I can tell you that it is good though, and that I’m very pleased with it.

Here’s Showtime’s “The Tudor’s” version of Anne, just to compare. 🙂

4 comments to “Interesting stuff about the Tudor Vampires series”

  1. Maria Geraci
      · April 18th, 2010 at 4:09 pm · Link

    This series just sounds so awesome, Kate. I can’t wait to read it!

  2. Kate
      · April 18th, 2010 at 10:00 pm · Link

    Maria, I’m a bit of a Tudors geek, so I’m enjoying it immensely 😉

  3. JennJ
      · May 21st, 2010 at 2:53 am · Link

    Hello Ms. Pearce I came across your book here while doing a bit of surfing and I can not wait to read this one!!! I posted the blurb on my blog! I haven’t gotten to read your books before but I am looking forward to! 🙂 Vampires and the Tudors you rock!

  4. JennJ
      · May 22nd, 2010 at 7:09 pm · Link

    Hi Ms. Pearce thank you so much for visiting my blog! I can’t wait to read it! Would you be interested in coming and being a guest on my blog and talking more about the series? I would love to have you!

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