A Summer Night In Sweden

Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Winter is freeing, and fun, and glorious. On the long nights when I’m able to stretch my legs and stalk for miles across a frozen world life feels worthwhile again. Frost settles on my flanks, my back, turning the dull white fur to sparkling moonlight. Making me beautiful. Summer though, summer is day after day of trapped in this skinny human frame. I hate summer. More

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About L L Watkin

LL Watkin is the pen name for writing partnership Liz Smith and Louise Smith, two sisters from the North of England who've been writing together for nearly ten years but only started publishing in 2012. We write a mixture of short stories and full length novels in the science fiction and fantasy genres, and while some stories may be more Louise's and others more Liz's, all spring from a collaborative process.

As of the middle of 2015 we have six novels and two short story collections in print. The Leviathan series (Jethabel, Therion, Pathiel) is a ship bound sci-fi, and The Handmaiden (The Abbey at the World's End, The Chapel in the Wasteland, The Cathedral in the Void) is a genre-crossing sci-fi with magical elements affair. The short story collections (The Harpers & other stories, The Drowned Leviathan & other stories) each contain 12-16 stories in a range of genres and styles, some of which are also available separately.

We have a schedule of short stories to be published throughout 2015, which will be collected as "The Witch Shrink and Other Stories" in December. Following that there will be a novella series out in 2016, and the fourth book in the Handmaiden series.

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FlemSnopes reviewed on on May 17, 2016

A creative take on the were-(wolf, bear, etc.) genre, dealing with the problems of a were-polar bear. It could easily be the first half of a longer story. I'm not sure why I downloaded it, as I don't much care for magic, mystical stories, and monsters. It was blessedly without gore but quite tense.
I'm not sure whether the complete lack of apostrophes was carelessness or an affectation, but it was quite intrusive.
(review of free book)
Mike White reviewed on on April 20, 2016

This story did a good job of exploring the premise and delving into the practical issues that a werebear would experience. I especially liked the character's complicated opinions regarding his two forms, which is usually done more simply in these sorts of stories.
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