Be a character in Pamela Freeman’s upcoming historical novel!
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Join the cast of Pamela Freeman’s upcoming historical novel, Dancing With the Prince of Wales!
The winning bidder of this Tuckerisation auction will name a character in the upcoming historical novel Dancing with the Prince of Wales, set in the London theatrical world of the 1920s. Characters in the story include Fred and Adele Astaire, Ivor Novello, Noel Coward and Gertie Lawrence, as well as the Prince of Wales himself! (He’s the one who abdicated to marry Mrs Simpson.)
This auction will scale with the bidding:
- If the bid goes over $150, the character can have an interaction with the character of your choice from that list, or with one of the main characters, Jane and Jonesy, who are actors in musical theatre. If it goes over $300, your character gets to dance with one of the characters. Lots of LBGTQI characters in this book (as there were in 1920s theatre!) so no problem if your character is a boy who wants to dance with Noel Coward!
- If it goes over $500, your character can have a role in a 1920s musical, as well as the above inducements.
Pamela Freeman is an award-winning author for both adults and children. Her epic fantasy series, The Castings Trilogy, is published internationally by Orbit Books, and its sequel, Ember and Ash, won the Aurealis Prize for Best Fantasy Novel. Her children’s books include the much-loved Victor’s Quest and its sequel Victor’s Challenge (Aurealis Award for Best Children’s Fantasy) and the Princess Betony series which is set in the same universe, as well as science fiction, family drama and non-fiction picture books. Pamela also write award-winning historical fiction for adults as Pamela Hart. She is Director of Creative Writing at the Australian Writers’ Centre, where she teaches everyone from beginners to novelists, and has taught writing at the University of Technology and the University of Sydney. She has a Doctor of Creative Arts in Writing.
At the end of the auction, we will contact the winner to arrange the service.