Each Wednesday for the last year has been #WerewolfWednesday — a celebration of the werewolf. While it has been fun, this is my last #WerewolfWednesday post, as I explore new topics in the coming year. So, for the last post, I recap a few of the highlights from the many posts about werewolves. These Werewolves are…
Month: December 2014
The best seafood for your resolution
If you follow my blog, you know that I generally talk about writing and horror in particular. From time to time, however, I post about food, mostly because I love to garden and cook my own food. If you are making a resolution to eat healthier in 2015 and plan to make seafood a part…
Mayhem Monday: The Stroke of Midnight
It’s #MayhemMonday, and, this time, it’s the end. If you enjoyed this post, look around, or sign up below ↓ to receive future posts via email.
Writing Prompt: The Gift
What is the one gift your character really wanted for Christmas? What did s/he get instead? What are the consequences? I hope this and all of your holidays are filled with things that matter most. And, in the years that holidays are difficult or heartbreaking, remember that next year is an opportunity to write a…
Did you know that some Native American tribes referred to the January full moon as the Wolf Moon? In fact, each full moon of the year has a name. Without the moon, werewolves could not exist — and then where would I be with my horror trilogy? I feel the full moon is much maligned, mostly…
Mayhem Monday: Santa or–?
It’s #MayhemMonday, and, you’re hearing something coming down the chimney. If you enjoyed this post, look around, or sign up below ↓ to receive future posts via email.
From the #QuoteGarden: Dark December
Happy Winter Solstice 2014!
Writing Prompt: Stop Clock
At midnight Eastern time, and simultaneously around the world at the respective time, all clocks stop. Why? If you enjoyed this post, look around, or sign up below ↓ to receive future posts via email.
Exploring wolf references: wolf whistle
Originally posted on ADRIANLILLY.COM:
Wolf-whistle is a little different from many of the phrases I’ve explored. Just why the sound, made by inserting one’s fingers into…one’s mouth…is unknown. Some suggest it’s called that because the men making it are wolves–giving unwanted advances toward women. The high-pitched whistle is also sometimes called a wolf call.…