Writing a Victorian Vampire Novel

This is just a brief update on my work in progress this week. I have done quite well and have almost finished writing my first draft of The Darkness of Love. I started out on this particular project about 14 months ago. There was a lull in my writing while I had a baby, but now I am back in full swing. I enjoy writing, but I must admit I am anxious to leave this manuscript, and move on to writing my sequel to Love Hurts (A Redcliffe Novel). But I am determined to see this through to the end, because the story needs to be told.


The Darkness of Love is set in Victorian England. It tells the story of the vampire Marcus Scott, and how he came to be the man we see in Redcliffe (Love Hurts) today. Marcus was originally supposed to be one of my ‘bad guy’ characters, but he has actually proved to be more complex than I first thought, which is why he gets his own novel. It won’t be a massive tome, but I am sure people will be pleasantly surprised with it. There is intrigue, passion, beautiful English scenery, and a fit, strong, impulsive young man. What more could a girl want?

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1 Response to Writing a Victorian Vampire Novel

  1. Sheilagh Lee says:

    sounds like a great idea for a book.

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