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I am a write of of Urban Fantasy. I write about vampires and werewolves. I mostly write about werewolves. How do you feel about stories with such characters?
I always preferred werewolves over vampires, so am excited to see they appear to be coming to the fore more now . I must be one of the few who had no interest in the Twilight series though! I've just never been a huge fantasy fan but if I had to read any, werewolves would be my characters of choice. What made you pick them, Marie?
Didn't know how much I loved these characters until 'Wolfsbane and Mistletoe' collection of short stories. Look forward to seeing your titles.
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