Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Werewolves Shouldn’t Fear Full Moon

NEW YORK (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Newly bitten werewolves are getting the wisdom they need to survive a full moon.

In The Werewolf’s Guide To Life: A Manual For The Newly Bitten (Broadway Books), out September 15, co-author Ritch Duncan has compiled helpful tips from longtime werewolves that could help newbies live a double life.

Duncan searched out those living with lycanthropy – the condition that turns people into howlers – to pass along helpful hints because turning into a werewolf can be “scary,” incredibly painful, or even surprising for those who don’t realize they were attacked.

For those new to the lifestyle, Duncan says they shouldn’t find it weird when their butt begins to hurt like hell a day before the full moon because it’s simply preparing to grow a tail.

More than anything, Duncan wants new werewolves to know they’re not monsters, and enjoy benefitting from their newly heightened senses, athleticism, and better sexual prowess.

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