The White Wolf of the Hartz Mountains by Frederick Marryat My rating: 5 of 5 stars I loved this short story because of the orginal werewolf mythology. And for the story itself that you don’t see in today’s werewolf novels all that much. And I will tell you why and go deeper in my next […]
A deep dive analysis on the serialized short story The White Wolf of the Hartz Mountains.
I’m writing another tv show/ book review summary and this time it’s about an actual werewolf show.The tv show entitled Bitten is based on the Otherworld series books by Kelly Armstrong about not only werewolves but witches and vampires as well.
Everybody has seen or read Nicholas Spark’s the Notebook right? Well if you haven’t, you should. I’m sorry I’m telling you what to do but as a writer it is a great book and of course movie to learn from on how to write the narrative framing story
I’m currently rewatching a tv show that I have watched a dozen times before. One of my favorites actually. It is the BBC show Merlin that premiered back in 2008. When I say this is one of my favorite shows. It’s like number one of my favorites .
My excursion with watching historical dramas have continued and it has taken me and gave me an interest in watching the TV show Vikings.
I told you I was going to write a post about my most favorite Poldark characters. So here they are in no particular order.
I’m on the roll with watching and reading historical dramas for some reason. I don’t know why. I just can’t stop .
Anthem and The Giver because they were both post-apocalyptic novels that I enjoyed. But did you know these 2 novels inspired my current draft of my work in progress werewolf novel? You probably didn’t so let me tell you how. they inspired it.
I wrote a post some weeks ago about the current TV show I was watching and the book that goes along with it. That book turned tv show was Outlander . So I haven’t read the book yet still but I will pretty soon. And when I finish that book I will be writing about it.