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To celebrate the harvest moon, the autumnal equinox, and Jupiter so bright in the sky, have some werewolf fiction! There’s a little f/f sex under the cut.
I sat crosslegged in the front yard, waiting. The air was chilly and damp, but I loved the feel of it on my bare skin. I bounced one leg and tucked my fingers into my hair, pulling on the tight curls. I braided it sometimes, but anytime I planned to shift, I kept it free. No sense in wasting all that time on it when shifting would kill my style.
My pack sprawled around me, grouped together a couple here, a threesome there, all of us in shorts and t-shirts, except some of the guys who went bare-chested. There was about an hour ‘til moonrise and we were waiting on the last pack member to arrive so we could head out on our run.
Fiona was my girlfriend and she was late.
- #ebz I've gone to Fallen London! http://www.fallenlondon.com #
- I am loving the #yabakesale2010 posts. See more info here: http://www.christinejohnsonbooks.com/2010/09/the-great-ya-bake-sale-of-2010/ #
- Sold another short story (details to come). Working on two short story submissions and a novel. All about #werewolves #amwriting #
- #ebz They say only the Brass Embassy knows. http://fallenlondon.com/c/263675 #
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As I mentioned here, my story “Blazing Star” will be included in Cast the Cards, a tarot-themed anthology based around the Major Arcana.
“Blazing Star” introduces a world where the supernatural lurks just beyond the edge of humanity. A secret group of humans, many with supernatural talents of their own, protect the world from the monsters. For a long time, there has been a balance, but uneasy portents and inexplicable deaths point to a dawning horror.
Enter Hope, a fortuneteller turned hunter, and Bea, a mindreader who keeps a safehouse where she offers sanctuary, succor, and protection spells to any hunter who needs it. Hope is her favorite, and though they spend much of their time apart, the love between them is as strong as ever.
When Hope needs a place to recuperate, she heads straight for Bea, but Hope’s vision of the future promises little time to rest for them or the hunters they must somehow organize to save the world.
Book Blurb: For over 250 years, the use of the tarot for divination has been a mainstay of mystical and occult practices. “Cast the Cards” is a collection of six all-new short stories that explore some of the powerful themes associated with the Major Arcana, all with an eye toward erotic romance with GLBT and alt-lifestyle characters and motifs.
“Cast the Cards” is an anthology containing: “Burn the Brightest” by Emily Moreton, “The Direction of Greatest Courage” by Erik Moore, “The Grief of the Bond-Maid” by Janine Ashbless, “Surrender” by K. Piet, “Blazing Star” by Marie Carlson, and “Oneiros” by S.L. Armstrong.
Right now you can sign up to win a copy of Cast the Cards at Goodreads here. The contest is open through October 15, so you still have plenty of time to sign up.