Hey there guys, I bet some of you teens are looking for a new book to curl up with and a new werewolf to fall in love with. Well I recently heard of the book Never Cry Werewolf by Heather Davis and everyone that has spoken of it has nothing but good things to say…Continue readingNever Cry Werewolf
The big question on the minds of many bloggers today is “can werewolves kill the vampire craze?” I have been wondering that myself, is it the time where the werewolves take over the vampires? Maybe, maybe not. The thing is, as kickass as werewolves are, they lack many of the elements that make vampires so…Continue readingWill Werewolves Kill the Vampire Craze?
One of our kickass readers (thanks Paul!) recently recommended a werewolf book to us, and after taking a look it definitely sounds interesting. Strip Mauled is the name of this book and it’s a collection of short stories about werewolves. Edited by award winning author, Esther Friesner, this book is sure to be a hit…Continue readingStrip Mauled
Mike Oliveri is an author that has won the Bram Stoker Award, been featured in a handful of excellent anthologies and on top of that he also wrote the comic book, Werewolves: Call of the Wild. But it’s not that comic that we’re focusing on today, but rather his latest werewolf book, The Pack: Winter…Continue reading‘The Pack: Winter Kill’ Novel and Contest!
Werewolves don’t have to just be for teens and adults only. They don’t need to be part of a dramatic love story or even fearsome bloodthirsty beasts. These supernatural beasties can be for kids too. There are a few child appropriate goodies out there fit for any little one. Here are a couple of books…Continue readingWerewolves For Kids
There’s a new werewolf book that has a rapidly growing fan base, the book – Shiver by Maggie Stiefvater. This young adult werewolf romance has become so popular in fact that it appears it’s now getting its own movie. Good news for werewolf loving teens! The novel itself is about Grace, who for years has…Continue readingMaggie Stiefvater’s ‘Shiver’ To Hit The Big Screen
Today I learned a new word -insert smartass jokes here- the word being “Vargulf,” a Norse word meaning “rogue wolf.” A vargulf is a wolf that slaughters an entire herd of sheep (or whatever livestock) but only eats a little bit of the kill. This was obviously a huge problem for herders, so they hunted…Continue readingThe Rogue Wolf: Vargulf
One of our readers recently recommended a werewolf horror novel to me, a novel without any girly love story, it sounded pretty interesting so I thought I’d check it out. The more reviews I read on Bestial: Werewolf Apocalypse by William D. Carl the more I wanted to pick it up. Check out the book’s…Continue readingBestial: Werewolf Apocalypse
So I was looking through upcoming werewolf books and recently released werewolf books and do know what I found? I found that almost all of them were romance novels! Each had a half naked man dramatically clutching a big busted woman on the cover. Going through each page of my “werewolf” search results I thought,…Continue readingNo More Trashy Romances!
Werewolves are getting a big boost in popularity lately and the second Twilight movie, New Moon is on the minds of all. With that in mind, today’s post is of course about the Twilight werewolves. Yay! While most go on and on about the vampires in Twilight, this post will focus on the werewolf parts…Continue readingThe Werewolves In Twilight
On my last trip to heaven, aka the book store, I came across the book Sharp Teeth by Toby Barlow and after giving it a look thought “Wow! A werewolf horror novel written in poetic verse! Why the hell haven’t I heard of this book until now?” So once I got home I had to…Continue readingSharp Teeth by Toby Barlow
Werewolf, 1966 – Only three issues of this comic were ever made, sadly enough, –so if you happen to be an owner, congratulations! The story follows a super agent werewolf, Major Wiley Wolf. After his plane crashes in the Arctic Circle, Wiley has amnesia, begins living with wolves, turns feral ( and probably goes bonkers),…Continue readingFive Fabulous Werewolf Comics
First there was Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, and I admit it, I rebelled. I still haven’t read it because, well, –zombies just aren’t my thing, and I didn’t want to see the beautiful Austen world overrun with zombies. But I admit I’m thawing. Next in the list of classic literature mash-ups, is another Austen…Continue readingLittle Women & Werewolves
1. Wolfie from the Groovie Ghoulies, circa 1970, –the hippest cat, well, actually, dog, around –looking fabulousin Jesus-sandals and a yellow outfit, his two best buddies were Frankie and Bella La Ghostly, –a fabulous vampire type guy who looks like Dracula in spandex and pumps. The band plays a new pop song each show, and…Continue readingThe Best of Cartoon Werewolves
The Werewolf’s Guide to Life: A Manual for the Newly Bitten by Ritch Duncan and Bob Powers is an entertaining and educational book perfect for any werewolf or werewolf fan. The manual-style book is a “how to” for recently turned werewolves. It’s fun and informative, filling you in on things like your first transformation (take…Continue readingThe Werewolf’s Guide to Life: A Manual for the Newly Bitten
Thanks to Twilight young readers are falling in love with werewolves all over again and are hungry for more young adult books featuring our furry friends. But when you look up books on werewolves most of them are adult books, many of which are trashy romance novels not really fit for a 13-year-old. So today…Continue readingA Series For Teens: The Kiesha’ra
There are loads of werewolf books out there, some with incredibly complex werewolf lore created by the author, others with… cliché, overdone werewolf storylines. But out of all the author views on werewolves one of my ultimate favorites has got to be Laurell K. Hamilton’s werewolves in the Anita Blake series (book one). She takes…Continue readingLaurell K. Hamilton’s Werewolves
With vampires being as popular as they are nowadays, werewolves aren’t getting too much entertainment love. There are loads of vampire books being released every week but not too many werewolf books; hopefully in the future that will change. As of right now most of the werewolf books coming out are romance novels, which is…Continue readingFrostbite: A Werewolf Tale