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Anne Rice’s Assistant Releases His Own Vampire Novel

We all know the name Anne Rice, she is the queen of vampires after all, but few of us know her assistant, Becket. A former Benedictine monk with a master’s degree in theology, Becket is Anne’s right hand man, and an author himself. His vampire tale The Blood Vivicanti features characters and concepts by both Becket and Anne, and is slated to be released as a 6 part series. Find out more about The Blood Vivicanti below.


998582_10201182268132780_582145864_nMary Paige is a 17-year-old genius. Her photographic memory has made her smarter than anyone else, and more alone and lonely too. Her parents do not understand her. Her peers reject her.

But her life changes during her senior year of high school. Mary Paige changes schools and it changes her life. Now she attends a special Academy of the Arts in a quiet mountain village, Idyllville.

Little does anyone know: Idyllville is also the home of the Blood Vivicanti.

Mary Paige’s photographic memory will make her one of the most dangerous creatures on the planet, once she becomes a part of this new breed of blood drinker who eats memories.

International Bestselling Author ANNE RICE and BECKET bring you the first story of THE BLOOD VIVICANTI.

Part One of The Blood Vivicanti is available now as an e-book and is only 99 cents over on Amazon.

For more info check out this interview with Becket.

Who here plans on giving the book a read? How do you like the idea of Anne Rice helping with this writing project?

– Moonlight

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Moonlight • August 22, 2013

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  1. melissa chriscaden August 22, 2013 - 7:04 pm Reply

    Becket I cant wait to read your book. I love Anne’s work and this seems just as intriguing

  2. Chuck Vickery August 22, 2013 - 7:08 pm Reply

    Anne you are still my all time favorite writer. I am so excited to see how this collaboration between you will be. I have very high expectations from the author I most adore and my new found love with Becket and his style. Thank you both for not completely banning me after my misunderstanding and outburst about Becket’s page. You are both so loved and appreciated!!

    • Moonlight August 23, 2013 - 3:33 pm Reply

      …this isn’t Anne’s page. This is, neither Becket nor Anne have any part of this site.

  3. Vampire Syndrome August 22, 2013 - 7:24 pm Reply

    He couldn’t have asked for better help, but Becket is an intriguing man in his own right!

    • Tony Campagna August 22, 2013 - 7:32 pm Reply

      True enough. His experiences with Anne aside, his own life, (from what I’ve read), has been quite enough to pen this book. Cant wait to read it. ;)

    • Stancho Stanchev August 23, 2013 - 6:31 am Reply

      Why does it always have to be a 17 year old girl … it’s the same thing again and again .

      • Moonlight August 23, 2013 - 3:35 pm Reply

        Should they make it a 20-year-old girl? I have an entire collection of vampire books featuring leads who are in their 20s. I have a few in their 30s. I have lots of books with teen leads. Every age has been done to death in vampire fiction. Which age do you consider new?

  4. Mesha August 22, 2013 - 9:23 pm Reply

    Amazing I can’t wait :)

  5. angela baker August 23, 2013 - 6:02 am Reply

    i would love to read this but unable to do so as dont have the thing for audio books so heres hoping it goes to paperback good luck with it

    • Moonlight August 23, 2013 - 3:35 pm Reply

      If you have a kindle you can have your kindle read it out loud… it reads it in a creepy robot voice though.

  6. Michelle August 25, 2013 - 2:32 pm Reply

    The plot sounds very generic to me. Feels like I have read blurbs like this over and over in the last few years.

    So, I guess I’ll give this a pass.

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