Tag Archives: Sela Carsen

“A Wolf to Watch Over Me” by Sela Carsen

25 Jul

A Wolf to Watch Over MeI feel like cheering and doing cartwheels.

I read a story! I read a new-to-me story! In one greedy gulp!

Okay, it’s a short story (amazon tells me it’s only 35 pages long), but here’s the thing: it’s the first thing I have managed to read through since freaking May!

So here’s my (brief) review.

“A Wolf to Watch Over Me” by Sela Carsen

I became aware that Ms Carsen had released a new story after a fairly long hiatus, so of course I headed over to read a sample–and fell right into the story.

Here, have a blurb:
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“Carolina Wolf” by Sela Carsen

2 Apr

“Carolina Wolf”, by Sela Carsen

Part of the Tickle My Fantasy anthology published earlier this year by Samhain Publishing in electronic format, “Carolina Wolf” is a paranormal romance with a lot of excellent humor, great dialogue and really really good writing. At shy of a hundred pages, this is a straightforward story with a bit of external conflict thrown in.

And because I just adore them, here is the warning from the publisher: This story contains hunky werewolves, librarian fetishes, Southern humor, smart-ass women and men who think that’s sexy, magic, medieval legends, disco music and flatulent Boxers. (The dogs, not the underwear.) [As if anyone who has ever had large breed dogs needed the clarification *sniff*]

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Shorts: a round up of short stories

25 Jul

Short stories round up—some available free online, some part of anthologies. (Alphabetical by title)

Nota bene: I very rarely read anthologies in one sitting, particularly because I often buy them for one author/story, and have no curiosity about the others. My choice of stories to review, therefore, has nothing whatsoever to say about the quality of the other stories. After all, I haven’t read them. Continue reading