Moonlight: A Queer Werewolf Anthology

Moonlight is an anthology of short stories and comics about queer werewolves, by queer creators. The collection spans genres, settings, and identities. From the wild west to the surface of the moon, this anthology has you covered.

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The Werewolf On Lowre Few Lane by Bryce Bentley-Tales [Book Spotlight -YA / Werewolves]

Colton has a crush on foreign-exchange student, Dylan, who is visiting his aunt from America. But Dylan isn’t your average American kid, and soon Colton and his friends are embroiled in more than urban legend and must find a way to save everything they know and love.

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Roam by Dez Schwartz [Book Spotlight – Paranormal / MM Romance]

"Ethan’s trust in his new companions will be tested and he’ll have to decide who he can rely on and who he must defy in order to survive a fatal Halloween night."

Werewolves Versus Fashion [Anthology Appearance]

You can now pre-order Werewolves Versus Fashion! Check out the lovely cover below ... If you didn't notice, that's my name in 'featuring' list too. This is the anthology that I have some art in rather than a story, so that's a first for me. You can grab the book under a pay-what-you-want deal, be … Continue reading Werewolves Versus Fashion [Anthology Appearance]

#WerewolfWednesday: Another Sneak Peek at #TheCompleteHistoryofTheHowling

Welcome, one and all, to another Howling related post! Now, if you remember my The Complete History of The Howling – My Thoughts post, you'll remember that I wasn't allowed to post any of the sneak peek pages that I'd been given. Well, it being Werewolf Wednesday over on Twitter, I've been given permission to post a … Continue reading #WerewolfWednesday: Another Sneak Peek at #TheCompleteHistoryofTheHowling

Book Review: Hunted By Nick Stead

Welcome, one and all, to this month’s book review. I’ve had some awesome guests on the site for interviews, and way back, that included fellow UK author Nick Stead. I also reviewed his novel Hybrid, which acted as the first in a series of werewolf tales. Now, it’s time to read the second book in … Continue reading Book Review: Hunted By Nick Stead

The Complete History of The Howling – My Thoughts

Those of you who read my Q&A with Bryn Curt James Hammond and my preview post for the upcoming The Complete History of The Howling will no doubt know that I’m quite excited about the book. So, when Miami Fox Publishing offered to send along a few pages for a sneak peek, I leapt at … Continue reading The Complete History of The Howling – My Thoughts

The Complete History Of The Howling

  The Complete History of The Howling For the first time ever MIAMI FOX PUBLISHING presents the complete account of one of the most popular and iconic legendary film franchises in cinema history. When The Howling premiered in 1981 the film introduced cinema-goers to an all-new kind of movie monster – shocking, visceral, graphic and … Continue reading The Complete History Of The Howling

Book Review: Hybrid by Nick Stead

Welcome, one and all, to this month’s book review. Some of you may remember that I recently interviewed Nick Stead about his werewolf series, and I was lucky enough to be offered a review copy of the first book in the series, Hybrid. What can I say? It had werewolves in, of course I was … Continue reading Book Review: Hybrid by Nick Stead

Book Review: Werewolves Verus Hollywood E-Zine

Welcome, one and all, to another MDM Projects book review. Today, I’m looking at something a little different: The multi-contributor ezine, Werewolves Versus Hollywood. Background: Edited by Angela Quinton, the Werewolves Versus project is a bi-yearly magazine that pits the aforementioned beasts of fang and fur against physical, cultural, and ideological foes. Each issue picks … Continue reading Book Review: Werewolves Verus Hollywood E-Zine

Short Story: A Public Warning

“Sounds like a bad joke, don’t it?” Paul asked, smiling widely. Father Stevenson raised an eyebrow irritably and grunted, “Excuse me?” “A priest, a director and a journalist walk into an abandoned movie theatre. It sounds like the start of a bad joke.” “Ah, yes,” the priest sighed. “I forgot that you fancied yourself as … Continue reading Short Story: A Public Warning

Top 5 … werewolf movies

Hello, one and all, and welcome to another Top 5 List. This time around I’m diving into the world of werewolf movies. The reason for that is … well … I love werewolf movies. Ever since I was a kid, I’ve loved the genre. My word there are some truly awful werewolf films out there … Continue reading Top 5 … werewolf movies