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Re: Wolf Books you are Writing

Posted: Mon Oct 09, 2017 4:16 am
by perenril
I've currently began writing a story about wolves, so far I'm quite happy with how it's turning out and I'm hoping I will get it published some day

Re: Wolf Books you are Writing

Posted: Wed Oct 11, 2017 8:26 am
by Aaka2013
I have a few. One is in the process of being published. You can find my books on Wattpad.com

Re: Wolf Books you are Writing

Posted: Fri Dec 29, 2017 2:06 pm
by 44wolfquest
I was writing a wolf book. I only write in it occasionally, and it is THE most UNREALISTIC wolf book ever. I might try to write a more realistic one. My book is so unrealistic that it has RANKS and so many wolves of unrealistic color. Most of the wolf descriptions are intensely detailed. My pack has more than a breeding pair and their young. My wolves are extremely scarred up, as if they were beaten up by a grizzly bear army! The main character is a RED EYED gray wolf with many black, white, and gray markings. The wolves in the book sleep in a MEGA den and the wolves have specialized ranks like "lead hunter". I even have ALBINO wolves, and like 90% of my adult characters have blue eyes! I might write some more wolf stories later. I am great at writing literate stories and drawing cover art! :wolf: The book is titled " The Storm Within You", it isn't published, and even worse, my title uses second person point of view!

Re: Wolf Books you are Writing

Posted: Fri Jan 26, 2018 6:57 am
by -Revan-
I wrote a semi-realistic wolf novel for NaNoWriMo 2017, and though I have yet to publish it, I would like to someday after it undergoes some serious editing. The unrealistic aspect comes from the large, non-familial packs and ranking system, as well as a few other things wolves don't do, but other than that I tried to tie in as much realism as I could (I watched quite a few documentary clips of wolves hunting various prey such as elk and hare aha). It's about 50k words in length, though I hope it might end up a bit longer after editing. It's entirely based on an experience I had roleplaying in a pack here on WQ, though I did have plenty of gaps and plot holes to fill in.

In short, it's a story centered on a wolf who leaves her birth pack to find her own place in the world. She joins a pack in the forest, experiences a lot of hardships there, and questions whether she really found the place she was meant to be... or was simply wrong all along.

Re: Wolf Books you are Writing

Posted: Tue Jan 30, 2018 9:18 am
by 2wolf22
Normally I lose interest or lose the book when I write. :? I should probably put more effort and ENJOY my next book more. I need a better plot and more focus on writing. For some reason I enjoy some unrealistic elements and wolf colors although I understand ranks, laws, and Golden and White Wolves with black paws and brilliant blue eyes don't exist. :P

Re: Wolf Books you are Writing

Posted: Fri Feb 23, 2018 2:10 pm
by Black Burn
I'm writing a story in User Writings, it's called: .• Blackburn: Beginning to the End •.
it's about a black wolf named Blackburn, the story starts when Blackburn first comes out of the den as a puppy, I tell the story as if Blackburn was telling it himself, until I reach Blackburn present day, then I will tell it in third person, it is unfinished,
Please read this if you like how it sounds and tell me what you think!

Re: Wolf Books you are Writing

Posted: Mon Apr 30, 2018 11:56 am
by Koa
I’m still writing The Hollow and don’t foresee stopping— I might not pick it up again for a few months, but honestly I think I write better when I step away from something for awhile and sit on ideas. I don’t want it to be rushed.

Re: Wolf Books you are Writing

Posted: Sun Jul 15, 2018 5:25 pm
by 2wolf22
I might try to write a wolf book but I need a plot that catches my interest. I have tried and it is painful to write something dull plotted. :(

Re: Wolf Books you are Writing

Posted: Thu Jan 17, 2019 6:09 pm
by Timber-Wolf-at-Dusk
Im currently working on a few ideas for wolf based books but my writing process in slow. I do hope to one day publish these.