Werewolves out in the World, part II
This is the second batch of these. First’s here. So let’s start with:
Thanks to Lesa Pascavis Smith on facebook for that. I dig how nervous the werewolf is—how not to be, right?
Little Shop of Stories stands Mongrels up on the table, even:
How Mongrels looks with cool boots:
How it looks while being read:
How it looks on a t-shirt (there were six or eight copies of Mongrels printed up way before the ARCs, and this is pretty much the covers they had):
Click the t-shirt to go the place with all the merch links.
And here’s a snap I actually took:
That’s Boulder Bookstore. Lucky number 21.
This is . . . I don’t know. A book table in some bookstore, looks like:
No worries, CynCruz23. Scars is so much, um, darker (?) than Mongrels. I kind of think of Mongrels as Lilo & Stitch, with Werewolves. Not to say people don’t get digested, and there’s not a lot of icky gore. And there may be a furry and/or feathered pet or two that meets a somewhat untimely (to it) end. But still: it’s so not Scars.
The Least of My Scars? Read it on a beach and the sharks come. Mongrels, though, Mongrels is fine:
And, here’s how the yellow werewolf book looks on a cool granite countertop:
Pretty slick company, yeah? Of those, I’ve only read the Joe Hill so far, and it was of course excellent, though I worry about it and Mongrels kind of touching there, as werewolves have a bad history with fire. Whole lot of them were burned at the stake back during the Inquisition. Kind of gets me suspecting that werewolves would not like Joe Hill’s fiery apocalypse. Unless he gifted them with a little immunity. But, also—or maybe I should say ‘then?’ Thing is, it’s a known fact that werewolves like their burgers rare:
Meaning . . . all the charbroiled corpses of The Fireman, they might be a little overdone to Libby and Darren & Co.
Guilty as charged—or, that’s a story I really can’t help but always be telling:
Which may wrap us up for this second installment. Keep them coming, though, please. Y’all figure so much cooler, like, staging areas for book pics than I ever could. And it’s so fun stacking them all in a single post like this.