A Tale of Two Weres: A Comedy

So I have kinda gotten behind a little bit last week. I have some fun news for you. Since I posted about my Werewolf story idea, I got a lot of positive feed back from you guys. Thank you.

So I am trying my hand at writing comedy (no clue) and a werwolf story. Also I have been trying out some new skills, outlining (not as scary as I thought, thank you Russell Nohelty) and getting a firm idea of the story before starting to write the story.

I am currently in the middle of an interview with a young were, as of yet unknown. And one very interesting thing she said was Area 51 isn’t aliens, but werefolk. It is a were/gov’t school and training facility. I am interested in finding out what they learn at “school”.

So we have covered some ground, but there is still quite a bit to go. She is a Team Jacob fan and vampires don’t exist in her world. And there are more weres than ice cream flavors at Baskin & Robbins.

I am still on the hunt for names and keeping a random name sheet. So far the most interesting name I like is Colwym, a river in Northern Wales.

Cheers and happy writing, james

5 thoughts on “A Tale of Two Weres: A Comedy

  1. Have I recommended Sunshine by Robin McKinley? I tend to, because it’s one of my favorites. It’s primarily a vampire and magic handlers story, but in the background there’s a lot of different kind of weres that exist in that world. There’s some insights into the politics around it too — like weres aren’t allowed to donate blood because the condition comes with it 100% of the time, and there are anti-change drugs on the black market that a lot of weres put in the effort to get, especially werechickens. Also in cities there are regular roundups of the local wererat/weremouse/weresquirrel/etc populations during full moons for general pest control purposes. There aren’t a ton of details, but the practical considerations are very interesting.

    And the werechickens thing makes me laugh every time. 😂

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