Friday, April 23, 2010


There have been sightings of us throughout history -- even as far back as Jane Austen's time in the 1800s.

Here's a tale for you...

Emma and Mr Knightley's Encounter
part 1
part 2
part 3 - end
-guest posts from Titania86 of Fishmuffins of Doom


And across the pond...

Louisa May Alcott wrote about an encounter. It has been revealed an uncensored version of Little Women. The March girls learn some biting lessons, transforming from wild girls into little women—just as their friends and neighbors transform into vicious, bloodthirsty werewolves!


Werewolf Common Sense 2
A werewolf's physique is built for strength and speed. Though werewolves work hard at keeping such uncanny attributes hidden, accidents do happen.

Careful monitoring is necessary when dealing with their feeble human counterparts.
-L.H. Parker of Travails of a Budding Author


* click on Jane (above) to enter the giveaway for Emma and Werewolves by Jane Austen and Adam Rann

* click Louisa (above) to enter the giveaway for Little Women And Werewolves by Louisa May Alcott and Porter Grand - book prize courtesy of Random House Thanks to Ali!

* image source werewolf history

* part of Werewolf Weekend (see schedule)

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