Friday, July 29, 2011

My Mother, the Lycanthrope - W.W. Lengeman

Bio: W.W. Lengeman is the name of a pair of collaborators who came together
to work on The Lykoi Chronicles trilogy.

Product description: Everyone has problems, but Leigh Trinkett is starting
to think she has more than her fair share. Leigh has vowed to make the
soccer team, but she's not sure if she's got what it takes, even with
intensive coaching from best friend and budding soccer star, Ashley.

Then there's Leigh's family life - and all is not quiet on the home front.
Brother Buddy is a would-be ninja who leaves no stone unturned in his quest
to annoy Leigh. Crabby old Grandpa Sam came to live with the family when his
ranch went under, along with Jerry, a trained dwarf cow who has the run of
the house. Leigh's father is preoccupied with the fate of his business, a
shop that specializes in trial-sized products and is suffering trials and
tribulations of its own.

Oh, and there's Leigh's mother, who hasn't really been herself lately. Mom's
been sneaking out of the house in the middle of the night, is on first name
terms with the local butcher and just may have something to do with the
cooler of meat Leigh finds hidden in the garage.

Will Leigh make the soccer team? Will Buddy drive her nuts? Will her
father's business survive? Is her mother a werewolf? All will be revealed in
My Mother, The Lycanthrope, book one of The Lykoi Chronicles. Stay tuned for
Daughter of the Wolf and To Howl With Wolves, the second and third books in
the trilogy.

Q: What will e-readers like about your book?
With a mix of quirky humor and good old-fashioned scares, My Mother, the
Lycanthrope is a young adult novel that should appeal to adults as well.

Q: Why did you go indie?
The traditional publishing world was not dazzled by the prospects for our
book so we decided we might as well attempt to take it directly to the

Q: Who are your favorite authors in your genre?
Favorite authors in any genre include mystery writers Rex Stout and John
Dickson Carr.

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