Tuesday, August 23, 2011

I Believe In Werewolves

I Believe In Werewolves
An Anthology of Wolfen Terror
On Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Believe-Werewolves-Anthology-Wolfen-Terror/dp/1463688741

Order this great anthology now! It is available on Smashwords also!


Cover art by Melissa Stevens
Melissa now has a page on Smashwords. Her writing is as finely crafted as her graphics. Two of her stories, "The Seventh Son" and "Reunion" will appear in the anthology. http://www.smashwords.com/profile/view/melstevens

Teeth, fangs and claws, rent flesh, and howls in the night send fear as the creatures that were once men bring terror and death to those they encounter. Werewolves, vicious demons of the night, hunt for prey as their hell curse drives them to a destiny undreamed by them as men.
Netbound Publishing is pleased to announce what will be the first in a series of horror collections that will become an integral part of their “Night Terrors” imprint to be available to the book store market beginning in the spring of 2011. They will also be purchasable through Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Kindle and Nook.

We've gathered
together the best in independent horror authors to create a fresh and exciting anthology that will leave you wanting to howl at the moon. Your screams will fill the night as you read from one story to the next, each more terrifying than the last, as Werewolves feast on your nerves.
Afternoon Tea by Jennifer Tucker, Winter Moon by John Irvine, Justice Comes With The Moon by Jeremiah Coe, The Hunger Within by Elizabeth Kolodziej, Werewolves Of Mauvin by Robert A. Read, The Reunion by Melissa Stevens, No Poaching Allowed by Rob M. Miller, Lily's Angel by Shawn Pfister, The Lycaning by Lori R. Lopez, Parenting - Not For The Faint Of Heart by Scott M. Goriscak, Lakota Justice by Blaze McRob, For The Good Of The Fatherland by Mary L. Underwood, Queen Of The Dogs by Lee Pletzers, Once Bitten - Not So Shy by Sirrah Medeiros, Lie Canthropy by Jerry McKinney, The Seventh Son by Melissa Stevens, Mouretta by Linda M. Lovecraft, Solitary by Michael Bertolini, Wolf Killer by Mikel B. Classen, The Investigation by Jennifer Tucker

Don't miss this must have collection of stories.



  1. Oh, that looks like a good one, not nearly enough werewolf stories/anthologies out there! I wrote one, but it is a bit quirky for werewolf traditionalists I think, lol

  2. Quirky can be great, Suzanne! The horror genre needs fresh blood!