|Lady in dis dress
I am currently writing a story that is based vaguely on Russian lore. Sadly there is very little that internet search engines will provide me with. I am attempting to explain the origin of legend through a modern day werewolf encounter in the most remote area left - the Russian tundra.
And somehow turning it into a love story.
Too cliche? Im sure it would be far too much if I made the main character fall in love with the werewolf. But I want to make it a romance that is maybe not so conventional as a lovers type of thing. Im stuck though. I am trying so hard to stay away from cliche ideas. Because everyone knows them anyways no matter what pretty new words I use to describe them.
There is no hunter to the werewolf. Pretty much just the victims and the main character's obsession with the legend that forces her to lose a lot of morals for the sake of curiousity.
So my choices for romance possibilities are very few.12/11/2010 #1
look for the book Werewolves by Dr. Bon Curran or you could also try Monsters by John Michael Greer either book may come in handy12/12/2010 #2
Personally I haven't heard any Russian werewolf legends. Try broadening your search to eastern european werewolf myths.1/01/2011 #3
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