Monthly Archives: October 2013

My burgeoning love affair with wolves (from a very safe distance)

Before I started reading about wolves for my Strength of the Pack series, my knowledge of them was gleaned entirely from multiple readings of White Fang as a child (and by multiple readings, I mean somewhere in the region of … Continue reading

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Black Wolves (aka the perils of research)

I’ve just been reading about a recent study which discovered that black wolves’ coat colouring derives from the historical mating of wild grey wolves with black dogs. I found that to be interesting in a fairly abstract way, but that’s … Continue reading

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I should be mowing the lawn but…

Instead I am enjoying the dual excitement of release day for An Impossible Mate and the fact that A Gilded Cage has just received a wonderful 5 Sweet Pea review from Becky Condit at Mrs Condit & Friends Read Books. … Continue reading

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