Thursday, January 28, 2010

Thursday Excerpt - A. E. Wolf

Today's excerpt comes from a young writer in Germany!

AEWolf is one of my Deviant Art buddies and member of The Writer's Meow.

And she's a redheaded wolf! How cool is that???

So please sit back and enjoy!

Los Lobos

Written by A. E. Wolf Based on WhiteWolf’s World of Darkness


The elite Sabbat pack Los Lobos, “point of the Sword of Caine”, faces a new challenge. For that purpose they decide to embrace some individuals of mortal elite. The archeologist Dr. Catherine Leraux seeks for the truth in mythology. Moving to San Francisco, she is blessed with success. However, not in a way she had in mind. The scientist Prof. Dr. Marlow, director of a secret research institution below the deserts of Nevada, rarely leaves his laboratories. Unexpectedly, his aunt Anna in Germany dies. To arrange the funeral, he has to travel to San Fransciso, where her husband is burried. The hacker Carlos Javier Montoya works for several different groups of interest. One of his special clients is a mysterious person named Maximillian Schreck.


The three main characters belong to the world elite in their respective fields. All of them have devoted their entire lives to their work, from which they expect some kind of enlightenment. After they are turned into vampires, they find themselves at the very bottom of an entirely different world. Soon, each of them discovers that the secrets of secrets they had already unveiled are only the tip of the iceberg.

Once elite scientists, now they feel like children, discovering the world - the hidden world of vampires, interlaced with the known world of humans. They find themselves in an eternal and ancient war in which they are mere pawns. Immortality proves to be a difficult state of existence to maintain than one – who never believed in anything like that – might have thought. The young vampires have to fight enemies with inexplicable powers without and the hunger for blood within. They struggle to find a new purpose for their unlives and learn to deal with morality one way or another.

From many versions of the unsettling history of vampires and their philosophies, each of them strives to find the 'right' one to accomplish more than just surviving with both mind and body intact. But during all of their trials, this trio of individuals who couldn't be more different learns probably the most important lesson of their lives: the three lone wolves have to set their egos aside for the sake of the pack and eventually become friends, an extremely rare relationship among their blood-drinking kindred.

To read further, visit her DA gallery - Series - Los Lobos


Creative Chronicler said...

Sounds like my kind of book. I'll add it to my list of must read. Thanks for sharing her with us.

Two red wolf's in one day, looks like the day is starting out good.

Elizabeth Spann Craig said...

Redheaded wolves are multiplying!

This sounds like a really engaging story...thanks for introducing us to A.E. Wolf.

Mystery Writing is Murder

Amyna E. Wolf said...


First I want to thank my fellow redhead-wolf Diane for featuring me here! It means a lot to me. I've met her on Deviant Art as the admin of the Writer's Meow Group and she does a great job supporting so many young writers.

I'm a locally known visual artist, but my writings haven't been published yet, except a few poems here and there. If you like to take a look at my other work, visual art, poetry, etc., feel free to browse my gallery: .

If you have any questions about my work or me, I'll gladly answer them. I'll be thankful for any comment or critique, I'm eager to learn how my work is perceived by experienced readers and other authors!

Best wishes,
Amyna E. Wolf

The Old Silly said...

Very good sounding book! Thanks for this lead.

Marvin D Wilson

L. Diane Wolfe said...

So glad to have another redheaded wolf hanging around!

Amyna E. Wolf said...

My thanks to all of you for the nice comments! I hope you'll enjoy reading!

Jemi Fraser said...

Sounds like a great story!! Can't wait to try it out :)

Mayra Calvani said...

Sounds interesting. I'll have to check out your book.

Anonymous said...

Congrats for this project. Good luck! :)