James Christie’s Plans For the Future, Part Two

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Here’s the second half of what James Christie, author of Dear Miss Landau, hopes to do in the future. He is hoping to continue with his trilogy of Drusilla. Part of the second part, “Drusilla’s Redemption” was included in yesterday’s post. Here’s is part two:

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What James Christie Plans For the Future, Part One

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Yesterday, Whedonopolis decided to touch base with James Christie, who wrote Dear Miss Landau. Since then he’s gotten a lot of notice for his book, and also joined the UK version of the Huffington Post. We then asked him what he has planned for the future. His response is so long, we will split it into two halves, the first is today, the next on Wednesday. This section includes part of a novella with Drusilla and Xander called “Drusilla’s Redemption”

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Author of Dear Miss Landau Joins Huffington Post

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It’s been a long time since Whedonopolis met James Christie, a man with Asperger’s Syndrome who decided one day to write a book on how he met Juliet Landau, best known for her role as Drusilla on the television series
Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel.
Since that time the book has been well received. It was named one of the top romance books according to author Helena Fairfax. He’s been interviewed by the BBCand is now a regular blogger on the UK version of the Huffington Post. Whedonopolis caught up with him recently. More after the jump…. Read more about Author of Dear Miss Landau Joins Huffington Post

Dear Miss Landau: A Fan’s Journey

  There’s been dozens of books that have taken interesting looks at characters of the Whedonverse, from Buffy to Angel, from Willow to Malcolm Reynolds, from Inara to Echo.

A new book will be published next month that recounts one fan’s journey to meet Juliet Landau after he sent her a novella that takes a new look at the vampire she plays, Drusilla.

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