After hitting up the local bookshop I got my hands on the graphic novel-like book Werewolves. Written by Paul Jessup and illustrated by Allyson Haller, Werewolves is the journal/sketchbook of a teenage girl who is bitten by a werewolf. Book description: “Werewolves takes the form of an illustrated journal that plunges readers into the life…Continue readingReview of Werewolves by Paul Jessup and Allyson Haller
There is a question I often ask authors when I am doing interviews, a question that has nothing to do with their book, but one that’s fun to ask in spite of that (cliché interviews are SO boring). Every author has given me a different, yet fantastic, answer so far, and I love hearing every…Continue readingWhat Would Happen if Werewolves Were Discovered?
One of my absolute favorite things to do is to interview people, and I do it often over at Vampires.com – I have interviewed bestselling authors, TV producers, movie directors and so on, but here at Werewolves.com we’re lacking interview love. So it’s time to let your voices be heard! What werewolf author, director, actor……Continue readingWho Would You Like Me to Interview?
I was lucky enough to interview the awesome Paul Jessup! Woo! He is the critically acclaimed author behind Open Your Eyes, Glass Coffin Girls and his newest book Werewolves. Check it out! Can you tell us about your book Werewolves? Sure can! It’s an illustrated journal about a teenage girl named Alice who gets bitten…Continue readingExclusive Interview with Paul Jessup
There’s some new werewolves in the game and their story is nothing like Twilight. “Werewolves” is an art book that takes the story in a whole new direction. Co-stars of the Twilight saga and center-stage in a spate of new movies and TV series, werewolves are poised to eclipse vampires as pop culture’s IT creature.…Continue reading‘Werewolves’ is Anti ‘Twilight’