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Re: part two
• Posted by: teresa   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Wednesday, September 27, 2006, at 2:43 p.m.
• IP Address: pool-71-97-1-3.dfw.dsl-w.verizon.net
• In Response to: Re: part two (Lauren)

I heard from someone, that recieved a letter from Simon Moore.
Mr. Moore, is apparently working on his 2nd book for T10K.
He even wrote a part of his 2nd book for this group that I'm a member of.
Anyone who's interested, here's a little something.

Greetings From The Forest...
> Most of you know that a second series of 10th Kingdom is
something I would love to do, but we will all have to wait until the
time is right and the opportunity presents itself. I have no more
news on the subject, but if it is meant to happen, then one day it
will...
>
> In the meantime, however, I thought you might all like to
know a little bit more about my plans for series 2. Now this story
of course is not written yet, and it may change in many ways when
and if I do write it, but I thought I'd give a little teaser of some
of my ideas to you, my wonderful and loyal fans.
>
> The second adventure will be called 'House of Wolves' ,
and take us primarily into the wooded world of Red Riding Hood's
Kingdom, where schoolgirls in long, crimson caped uniforms are
trained to deliver secret messages throughout the kingdoms, risking
their lives to travel through the dark, dangerous forests.
>
> The story begins in New York, some time after our previous
adventure finished. Wolf and Virginia have opened their restaurant,
which serves only meat of course, and only rare meat at that!
Virginia is very pregnant with Wolf's baby, and is getting concerned
because she has been pregnant for much, much longer than is usual...
Wolf says this is a sure sign that the baby will be a magic baby.
>
> When Virginia does finally give birth, it is to a furry
baby wolf cub!!! Wolf is thrilled, but Virginia is most certainly
not, and doesn't like the strange looks she gets when she wheels a
little wolf cub around Manhattan in a pram. She is very upset and
says she wants a human baby. Wolf promises to return to the Kingdoms
with her and see if there is some magic spell that will turn their
baby into human form. Indeed, perhaps someone has bewitched their
baby... but who would do a thing like that?!
>
> They travel to Red Riding Hood's Kingdom, where wolves are
demonized and forced to live in hidden underground villages deep in
the forest. Wolf is shocked to see that girls at the Riding Hood
Academy For Young Ladies are taught the most appalling, prejudiced
ideas about wolves, and he decides to enroll as a teacher (without
telling anyone that he is a Wolf, of course) to put the record
straight. As you can imagine, a Wolf at a girls boarding school
causes quite a few problems...
>
> So many other things happen in our story, including Wolf
discovering that his parents were not burned to death as he
believed, but still alive! The story also features the magical,
woodland full moon marriage of Wolf and Virginia! Old friends will
return... some as small as an Acorn... And there will be many
surprises - such as the fact that the new Troll National Anthem
sounds very much like a Bee Gees song... Oh and one thing I can
certainly promise - there will be magic aplenty! Magic everywhere,
in all it's wondrous forms. And there will be romance and hope and
danger and adventures to take your breath away! And -
>
> But, alas, that's all I have time for now. I would love to
hear what you think of these ideas, and also tell me what you would
like to see in a second series. I would be very interested to hear
all your thoughts in the next few issues of the Newsletter.
>
> Goodbye for now. Best, magical wishes, and lots of Kissing
Town stuff-
>
> Simon
>




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  • part two  (5325 views)
       benjamin wells - Thursday, February 14, 2002, at 1:01 a.m.
    •    Re: part two  (5120 views)
         Charlotte - Thursday, March 21, 2002, at 3:37 p.m.
      •    Re: part two  (4848 views)
           Lauren - Friday, June 28, 2002, at 7:39 p.m.
        •      Re: part two  (4403 views)    We're Here
             teresa - Wednesday, September 27, 2006, at 2:43 p.m.
          •    Re: part two  (3779 views)
               grace - Thursday, January 24, 2008, at 6:21 p.m.
          •    Re: part two  (4501 views)
               kelly - Tuesday, January 9, 2007, at 7:56 a.m.
    •    A GREAT story  (4935 views)
         voyage - Sunday, March 3, 2002, at 10:56 p.m.


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