Werewolves are living in town. Some are good, some are bad, and some are really bad. Vengeance of the Werewolf is filled with suspense of the hunt for the werewolf, explicit sexual situations, gore as only werewolves can inspire. This book isn’t intended for younger readers as it is rated R. Wolfcreek’s werewolves are raw, dangerous, compassionate, vengeful, vicious, and human. There are no mad beasts here, these monsters know exactly what they are doing as they retain their human control when in beast form.
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How is Writing In Your Genre Different from Others?
The creatures are too over done. Vampires and werewolves and zombies are all ove the market. It’s difficult making yours stand out.
What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
Just do it. Live your dream and find a good editor.
I’ve published two werewolf books to date. Both are filled with gore, violence, and page turning fun.
I’ve always loved werewolves. I think what started it was Stephen King’s movie Silver Bullet. I saw it at a young age and it gave me nightmares for years. I watch each year at Halloween now during the day with the lights on, still scares the pants off me.
I’ve read many werewolf novels in my years and don’t care for the four legged pack loving werewolves. I like mine mean and vicious and bloody.
I also love Harry Potter (a lot), I’ve read the books 3 times (and seen the movies more times than I can count). I never tire of Harry Potter. I also love Twilight, yes I know, the werewolves aren’t my kind of wolves, but I love it for the different vampires. I love Interview with the Vampire, the Crow, Fast and the Furious, Pitch Black, Dwayne Johnson, Sleepy Hollow, the Headless Horseman, and Despicable Me.
I love Buffy the Vampire Slayer, True Blood, Miami Vice, Big Love, Necessary Roughness, and the Incredible Dr. Pol. And I’ll admit, I do love Duck Dynasty; those bearded guys just crack me up.
I enjoy spending my time reading, writing new books, playing with my three gorgeous puppies and spending time with my husband.
I’m working on more werewolf books so please stay tuned.
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I’ve always written stories and have always wanted to be a writer. I just woke up one day and said “ya know if these other folks can do this, I can too.”