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DOG DAYS: EPILOGUE

Epilogue

Char rocketed through the air, grazing past mountain peaks and launching into space. It’s only a dream, thought Char, until she opened her eyes. 3,222 more words

Werewolves

The Rational Fear of Moonlight

It’s Midnight on the Internet.

You just got off your late shift. You’re standing around the bus stop, peering through the dense fog for the telltale headlamps of your bus. 189 more words

What I Forgot To Write In What I Couldn't Write In March 2016

Oh, phoo. I had a fine little “scrap” for yesterday’s March Scraps File post. I was so delighted by it when I thought of it, while putting the dishes away, that I went on and completely forgot to actually include it. 149 more words

Humor

King John the Werewolf: The Hounding of Lackland

“I’ve always been partial to werewolves, perhaps because there’s a desperation to their plight that resonates” – Tad Williams

Nobody liked England’s King John (1166-1216 A.D.) and history has not been especially kind to him.  1,872 more words

Anthropology

DOG DAYS: CHAPTER 34

This is the last part, Miranda. I won’t get through it if Tim is in the room.

<Have you decided on your wishes?>

Yeah, I still want to be cremated. 4,185 more words

Werewolves

SKINWALKERS

The Werewolf.

David Calvert.
“Never stray from the path, never eat a windfall apple, and never trust a man whose eyebrows meet in the middle.” – Company of Wolves. 1,187 more words
Occultusregnum

Reworking the Narrative: 4

Lycanthropy concepts 1

11.7 x 8.3″

Charcoal pencils

Lycanthropy concepts 2

11.7 x 8.3″

Dip nib pen and inks.

Rough digital concept sketches

Process of making the ‘Lycanthropy’ final version. 196 more words