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.
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.
Mayhem Monday: Footprints in the snow
It’s #MayhemMonday, and you’re feeling a bit creeped out. If you enjoyed this post, look around, or sign up below ↓ to receive future posts via email.
For #WerewolfWednesday, I’ve decided to bring you a number of products— and they all have a name with bite. Werewolf Legend Bells What they say: The primal urge to howl at the moon, to stalk your prey, to feel muscles rippling under bristled skin. The legend of the Werewolf is the primordial reversion from human to Beast….
Who wrote the book on werewolves?
Most of us are familiar with the phrase, “S/he wrote the book on [the subject].” The case holds true for werewolves. People have, in fact, written the book on the subject—and not fiction. So, for #WerewolfWednesday, I bring you a compendium of such writings. Here are a few notable examples, if you wish to learn…
Mayhem Monday: Alligator acid bath
It’s #MayhemMonday, and, apparently, you have a dilemma. Given the choice would you use stepping stones to cross a moat filled with ravenous alligators or bubbling acid? If you enjoyed this post, look around, or sign up below ↓ to receive future posts via email.
Werewolf destinations: These spots have taken their name from the werewolf
For #WerewolfWednesday, I’ve found a number of businesses that have taken their names from the night-loving lycanthrope. On the list is a pub in San Diego, a theater troupe in Chicago and a night club in London. Werewolf: An American Pub in San Diego As they say: Why “Werewolf”? Not really sure… Maybe cause werewolves are awesome…
Mayhem Monday: The Strange Children
It’s #MayhemMonday! I supply the mayhem, you try to survive.
A scene from The Wolf at War
For #WerewolfWednesday, this partial scene is from a peace accord between the human representative (Antalek) and the werewolf representative (Roth): Antalek nodded but did not reply. A moment passed, and he said, “Of course we should not begin until your ambassador returns.” Roth glanced around uneasily. “Where in the proceedings were you?” With a grunt,…