Thursday, April 1, 2010

New for 2010 Syrie James & Deanna Raybourn

I'm very excited to have updates from the authors of two books that I am very much looking forward to this year....

Syrie James will be releasing Dracula, My Love: The Secret Journals of Mina Harker in July.

' A tale of adventure and forbidden passion, the book approaches Bram Stoker's Victorian classic Dracula with a brand new perspective, revealing the untold story of Mina Harker’s scandalous, secret love affair with young and handsome Count Dracula—the most powerful vampire of them all.'

In other Syrie James news, The Secret Diaries of Charlotte Bronte may be made into a theatrical film by a British production company, with Syrie James writing the screenplay. This is very interesting news for Bronte fans, and you can go to her website here for more info.


I'm also awaiting Deanna Raybourn's Lady Julia book #4, Dark Road to Darjeeling in the fall.

"With an exotic setting in the foothills of the Himalayas and the introduction of an arch-villain, Dark Road to Darjeeling promises to be the most exciting Lady Julia novel yet."


Happy reading.....hope everyone is enjoying spring, getting out in the sunshine and experiencing all the good things the Easter season brings.


Julie at Outlandish Dreaming said...

Oh that's great about another Lady Julia coming up!

Kim said...

Yes, Yes...I am on Syries newsletter list and saw this new one coming. But shoot, I've found it is beneficial to read the original book first. I still haven't even read Jane Eyre. :(

LOVE that Deanna Rayburn cover!!!! And I still haven't read that other one I put on my shelf. Egads -- I now have 56 books on my Shelfari TBR list. Help! (Queen Bee)

Whitney said...

Dracula, My Love looks wonderful; and I love both covers, Dark Road to Darjeeling has a little Twilight vibe to it.
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