About the Blog:
Getting started: Each week I write from the perspective of a different character. You can find each section, starting with section one by Laura in the categories. Next take a look at the character profiles to get an idea of who is who throughout the fiction posts.
I will also have some research/review/author notes mixed in the process as I learn more about blogging.
This blog is about a pack of werewolves in northern Minnesota, their friends, and their enemies…Ryker has some interesting things to say, he more or less, is the writer of the story, you can find out more in his (section 4) notes but here is a snippet
“Because of my abilities I’ve been able to steal memories from my werewolves. Of course I’ve had to filter a lot but every memory from the hardened hearts of these wolves is crucial to the arc of the story. They weren’t always the heroes, the warriors, the villains that they’ve become. They were just children, at first, that became something terrific in the end…”
This blog is part of a class project that I will be completing over a five-week process, starting the last week of March. This blog will consist of posts of either creative fiction or research. There will also usually be a weekly reflection post on my class blog if interested to see what has gone on week-to-week from a writers perspective. The reflection will document my process, what I found helpful, difficult, interesting… Your participation is part of my project, dont be shy, only some of my characters bite.
Hi! My name is Sarah D. and I’m a country girl. I grew up in the backwoods of northern Minnesota so naturally I’m an avid hunter, camper, and love to fish and go horseback riding with friends. I’m not afraid to get my hands dirty. Anything outdoors I absolutely love. And what I love enters my writing.
I’ve always had a guilty passion for vampire/werewolves/magical stories and have always wanted to write my own. But in college sometimes this can be looked down upon…so I hid my passion for quite a long time. But here I am able to write freely, and fulfill a 5-week project for one of my classes. Win-win.
Right now I’m a full time student about to graduate in May, and also work at a local bakery because I ‘knead dough’ to pay for tuition. Thank you for visiting and hope to see you again, soon,