The werewolf, the Librarian and I


Book 4 WLI: The werewolf Kind!

Posted by Erin Rambeau on April 15, 2015 at 3:10 PM

So Book 4, as many of you know is taking a bit more time to do. If you are interested in reading what the book is about here is a blurb from the back flap.

WLI: The werewolf Kind!

Rio and I were on a brake (His brain child, not mine!) and I was feeling loney. I decided to ring the new year with Kerri and her new Boytoy. This flavor was named Noty. On my way home, I was attacked by an unusal werewolf, with hair like steel and eyes like fire. I was nearly killed and awoke in a strange bedroom. I was in bad shape. The werewolf almost killed me. As I lay there thrying to figure out where I was a dark man walked in. He was handsome, built and was the epitome of what I would call the Dark man of my dreams. He explained the strange werewolf who attacked me was named 'Dark Light'. It was his brother. "My name is Dark Shadow." He said. It suited him. "Aurroara." I said with a smile. He reached out his hand to shake mine, and when we touched I could feel a spark like no other. It was a feeling as though I wanted to yank my hand away, but I wanted more. 

Dark Shadow's blood was the only thing that could heal me. So I stayed at his mansion while he healed me. There he told me where us werewolves evolved from. 

Mean while Kerri is trying to take over my life, at work. She has decided to dabble in selling something in the library. Something.......under cover! 

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Reply Henry David Thoreau
11:14 PM on June 6, 2015 
You do realize that this blurb, your entire website, and your book description are all littered with typos right?
For example:
*Brake should be break
*unusal should be unusual
*thrying I don't know what the hell you were doing with this one

*threw should be through

How do you call yourself an author with such a lack of competency?