Moonstruck Update


Yet again, it’s been a little while since I did an update on here. A lot of the ongoing discussions have been happening on the books Facebook page, rather than on this blog.

Anyway, Moonstruck is coming along well. The first half is already with the editor, and we are aiming for a February or March 2013 release date.

There is a rough draft of the the prologue and first chapter available in the stories section. You can find it by clicking HERE

And after a long, painful process (for the poor artist – I am a demanding customer), the cover is now complete. Take a look – I think it’s bloody brilliant. And yes, like the cover from the first book, this one is taken directly from a scene in the novel. The ruins in the background are Finchale Priory, which is just outside of Durham. As you can see, bad things happen there.

That’s all for now. I’ll try and keep things updated a little more often on here.

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~ by graemereynolds on December 15, 2012.

2 Responses to “Moonstruck Update”

  1. I am curious if John became a full Werewolf in his last fight in the first novel, or if he was moonstruck. Also, I am curious how full werewolves could climb if they had a full wolf body. Real wolves don’t have claws like cats do to be able to climb or hands to use to grab on. Only part man part wolves would have that capacity.

    • Ah, good question. John stayed in the bipedal moonstruck body, even when he brought the change on himself for the last fight. This may be because he has spent so long in that form that it’s become natural – or perhaps even then he subconsciously fought the change and so prevented a full transformation.
      As far as the climbing went, I’m not sure which part you are referring to. Certainly the werewolf attack in the treehouse was the work of a half-man, half-wolf moonstruck werewolf 🙂

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