Sea author Heidi R. Kling takes on The Vampire Diaries

Besides celebrating the release of her novel Sea, our June Book of the Month author Heidi R. Kling has also been hard at work on an essay about the TV show adaptation of The Vampire Diaries for a new book.

A Visitor’s Guide to Mystic Falls: Your Favorite Authors on The Vampire Diaries comes out this Fall, just in time for the new season of the hit TV show:

Vampires are hot right now, especially among teens, and The Vampire Diaries in a few short episodes became the CW’s most-watched show.

The Vampire Diaries brings together today’s best YA writers of the supernatural to talk about the show’s first season: the characters, the storyline, the magic, the town. From a history of the Salem’s witches from whom Bonnie is descended to family therapy for brothers Stefan and Damon, the anthology is guaranteed to keep Vampire Diaries viewers entertained—and make them see Mystic Falls, and the rest of the show, in a whole new way.

Besides Heidi, here’s a list of the other contributing authors: Leah Wilson, Karen Mahoney, Sarah Rees Brennan, Jennifer Lynn Barnes, Bree Despain, Kiersten White, & Jon Skovron. The book is due out October 5th.

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  1. Absolutely great to know about VAD! Thanks for the post. I am a huge fan of gothic fiction and since Vampires have recently acquired the “irresistible” avatar, I am totally intrigued 🙂 Where I am, it will take ages for this book to come to me but I am going to wait patiently nonetheless. While vampires are drop dead gorgeous creatures walking around these days, I would like to acknowledge the arrival of certain fallen angels too 🙂 Gothic fiction be it young adult or adult, its my only obsessive indulgence. Thank you once again for enlightening me.

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