Interview: Werewolves, dreams, and character development

If you’ve ever wondered what makes an author’s mind tick, Mike Zimmerman (author of Dracula’s Apprentice) does a great job picking mine on the current novel and other related topics.

What genre would you place your book in?
The Wolf at His Door is solidly a horror novel, with paranormal M/M romance and dark fantasy woven in. I focus much of my attention on the relationships, so there’s a decent amount of family drama mixed in as well.

Could you describe your target audience?
Anyone who enjoys a good, scary werewolf novel could enjoy this. It does have a fair amount of romance—both M/M and M/F—so readers who enjoy romance will be pleased too. But it is a horror novel. My werewolves are the horrific ones. They aren’t cuddly, not as werewolves anyway.


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Looking for Werewolves

Fans of werewolf horror novels will enjoy The Runes Trilogy, which features a diverse character mix!

"The Wolf at His Door features a complex and twisting plot that never loses steam, with relatable and likeable characters, some seriously gruesome deaths and horror scenes, incredibly written suspense, and even some highly erotic scenes." Buys, Bears and Scares

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