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Blood Moon: Book 5 of the Lycanthropic series

I'm delighted to announce that Blood Moon: Book 5 of the Lycanthropic series is now available on Kindle. It'll be out in paperback next week.

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When I began writing a series of books about a virus spreading a devastating disease across the globe, I never imagined that I would witness a real global pandemic. Fortunately COVID-19 doesn't turn people into werewolves Read more of this blog post »
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