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Just finished reading Wolf Town and it was brilliant!! I loved how the town was so open to all those who were different. It was so magical, and enchanting! An absolutely AMAZING read!! Do you think you would ever write another about how Amy and Morgan deal with things now that the safeguard has been removed?
Hi, Tiana! Thank you so, so much–I’m so glad you enjoyed WOLF TOWN so much. I had such a blast writing it! 🙂 (If you’d like to leave a review wherever you purchased it, I’d appreciate it to the moon and back, but of course you don’t have to! :)).
I don’t have any plans at this time to continue their story, but I never rule these things out! 🙂 Again, thank you so much–I’m so glad you enjoyed it!!
Of course I rated it, I always rate your work, it is truly wonderful! Whenever I buy some of your work I am guaranteed a great read!! I have just read Big, Bad Wolf and loved the mystery side of it, but was a bit disappointed with the ending. In my heart I really wanted to know what happened when Megan found Kara, what their reaction to everything was (and how they dealt with it). Whether Kara ended up staying with Megan and her grandmother or if Megan went with Kara and her family and how they all reacted to it.
Basically I am asking if there is going to be maybe a short story (or even better, a whole story) where it explores these things and maybe the two come across something new they must now tackle as a couple etc.
Thank you for reading and taking the time to reply. And as always, it is a pleasure reading your work. Thank you.
Thank you so much for the kind words, Tiana–I appreciate them so much! 🙂
For Kara and Megan’s story, I wanted the reader to be able to see their happy ending as that nice, glowing “happily ever after” at the end of a movie where the characters went through so much. 🙂 In my mind’s eye, Megan went with Kara and traveled the countryside (her grandmother could definitely take care of herself, I think! :)), and they had a lot of adventures. This was a story I wrote a looooooong time ago, and I have too many other stories that I’m working on now to continue theirs, but I hope that little bit of clarification helps! 🙂
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