Teaser Tuesday (playing for chocolate)

Since it’s Tuesday and I actually remembered for once: here be Teaser Tuesday. A tiny excerpt from the werewolves where I was experimenting on character and making a stab at humour. May not make the final revised version, and not completely polished yet, but it was fun to write. This will be taken down shortly.

Teaser taken down! Thanks for the comments. 🙂

13 thoughts on “Teaser Tuesday (playing for chocolate)”

    1. Indeed. I also figured out a bit more about her a few days ago through someone’s insightful questions. Still doesn’t make her actions justifiable, but… 😉

    1. Poor Alec, he kind of got a crash course in that not all adults react to him like his parents. 😀 It’s definitely coming together, so you should have the draft soon.

  1. Very cool scene. I like the tension between the characters (pack members?) and the way the atmosphere in the room changes when Polly (the leader?) comes back downstairs. I’m not familiar with your story, but the werewolf elements are tantalizing!

    1. Thank you for reading and commenting! They’re siblings but not all pack members. Polly is their aunt and an alpha, but not specifically their alpha. 😉 (I affectionately call this book ‘my dysfunctional werewolf family drama’, haha.) This snippet isn’t from the beginning and obviously doesn’t answer those kinds of questions, but I’m glad the little details were tantalising!)

    1. Maybe… I don’t do it that often, and I’m a little paranoid about putting writing up where search engines can cache etc. It mostly depends on my mood and it’s why I take it down after a day or so. But thank you for showing interest!

  2. On a completely unrelated note, I just saw on your bio that you did the MPhil in Popular Literature at Trinity. I’ve been seriously considering doing either that or the Irish Writing MA there once I’m finished third year in Maynooth.

    Would you recommend the Popular Literature one? I’m in the middle of full-on Career Angst at the moment, so any advice from someone who’s come out the other side would be appreciated 🙂

    1. Would you mind if I emailed you about this, Sean, instead of replying here? I think I might be able to explain my response better through email than a comment reply. (And I’m sorry you’re experiencing career angst. There’s nothing worse. :/)

      1. Sure, go ahead. Can you get my e-mail from where I entered it in the Email field for commenting?

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