Here we are again, my sweets. Interested in writing a novel about a werewolf? Or perhaps you are just looking a little hairy lately and think some research is in order. Either way, let’s take a look at the best place to research those sexy beasts that we all love. (For obvious reasons, in gray areas like these I will allow a little more play in the credibility of the site/book.)
The Werewolf’s Guide to Life: A Manual for the Newly Bitten
Werewolves: A Field Guide to Shapeshifters, Lycanthropes, and Man-Beasts
by Bob Curran is not as fun, but has a lot of info on the history of werewolves.
The Girl’s Guide to Werewolves: All You Need to Know about the Original Untamed Bad Boys
by Barb Karg ’cause I just loved the title. Meow.
Encyclopedia.com has a number of encyclopedia entries on the subject.
Here is an interesting collaboration of werewolf facts.
This site has more info and a straightforward style.
This one is good if you are interested in the psychosis associated with lycanthropy.
And here is a physical one called Hypertrichosis.
Hope these sites and books help you on the way to a great research session. Next week – 19th century clothing
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