Well, it’s that time again, folks! Time to miss a deadline and explain what asshole body part we have to blame for it!
Yes, I’ve had to put Hug Your Local Werewolf—my story of a queer boy who’s lycanthropically challenged—on pause for a little while. Fittingly, my Patrons got first-access to this explainer, but I figured all you faceless beauties on my analytics feed deserved a rundown as well.
Buckle up, kids, this gets hairy.
Eli Swann is a loner by choice, thank you very much. All that changes on Halloween night when he’s bitten by a rogue werewolf.
Suddenly he’s got a raging case of pack instincts, a shaky accord with two humans from a neighbouring pack, and no idea how he’s going to make it through the next full moon.
Oh, and the captain of the baseball team might be trying to kill him. This would sting less if Eli hadn’t had a crush on the guy since grade school.
Do you like characters who are queer? Do you also like characters who are werewolves? Have I got a serialised story for you!
Coming Soon is my first foray into serialised fiction: Hug Your Local Werewolf.
The first season is clocked in at 10 episodes, 11,000 words each, making this THE project I’ll be tackling this year. Each episode will be released for free on this here website.
“But how are you going to afford to eat, Stacey?” I hear you yelling worriedly from the nosebleeds.
That’s where you come in. I’m going to be monetizing this baby through Patreon. For those not aware of the wonder that is Patreon, it’s a platform where you can pledge cash money to creators on a monthly or per-creation basis. You then get fun behind-the-scenes access and other rewards for helping us artists, y’know, pay our rent and stuff.
My Patrons will be getting behind-the-scenes updates, first access to content when it’s published, sit-ins on some live-writing sessions, and other cool rewards. I’d love to have you with me too 🙂
I’m both terrified and excited to be bringing this project to life!
Thanks, all x
PS: This one was originally slated for release in May of 2018 but that ah… didn’t work out.