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Re: part two
• Posted by: grace   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Thursday, January 24, 2008, at 6:21 p.m.
• IP Address: cpe-74-64-61-58.nyc.res.rr.com
• In Response to: Re: part two (teresa)

we are still waiting for the second part the series was fantastic my family and I aare big fans of the 10th kingdom!!!!
please let us know when will the second part be released its 2008!!!!!!!!!!!!!

> 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...
> 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...
> 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.
> 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.
> 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.
> 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?!
> 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...
> 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 -
> 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.
> Town stuff-




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  • part two  (5326 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)
             teresa - Wednesday, September 27, 2006, at 2:43 p.m.
          •      Re: part two  (3780 views)    We're Here
               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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