In which there is a bad moon on the rise.
In which Merton deals with some unforeseen medical problems.
I’m taking a bit of a break to catch up with my other projects like Deadlands and my Fear Street blog. I had so much fun doing the moodboards when I was in my creative slump that I sort of haven’t stopped doing them. I come up with a new story idea every other week and definitely have some ideas I’ve concepted out and then shelved. Here are the further adventures of what goes on in my brain.
In this final chapter, Andrea faces all her fears in the worst possible way.
Things go from bad to worse for Andrea and the town of Rome.
Andrea goes on maybe the weirdest date, and someone sparks up a fight between the werewolves.
Andrea Gibbons tries to keep her family together while also having a social life.
Andrea Gibbons is a werewolf in a town where that isn’t so uncommon. Her little sister is sneaking out, her dad is a drunk, and her brother died a year ago, leaving the family in shambles. With the arrival of a stranger in town, she’s been thinking of putting her life back together, but something is waiting for her in the darkness.
NaNoWriMo kicks off with How Like Wolves, a story about the south, family, relationships, and werewolves.
Andrea Gibbons is just trying to get by in her small town of Rome, Texas, where there are more cows than people, because half the people are werewolves. Her family is recovering from the death of her brother last year, and things start changing as a stranger comes into town. Between family rivalries, ancient bloodlines, past relationships, and new terrors, Andrea isn’t sure she’s going to survive.