Well, we’re up to M so halfway through the alphabet. I hope you’re enjoying it so far (I know I’m having fun sharing lots of wolfieness with you all lol!) Today we’re talking wolf mates – hey, I am a romance writer after all 😉
Unlike the ‘lone wolf’ pictured in most fairytales, most wolves develop close relationships and strong social bonds. They often demonstrate deep affection for their family and may even sacrifice themselves to protect the family unit.
Once a wolf has found a mate, the male and female usually stay together for life. They are devoted parents and maintain sophisticated family ties.
It can be tricky writing stories that contain shifters, you want to try and incorporate the ‘animal’ side, but at the same time the relationships, and for me especially the romance side, still need to be relatable to in a human context. The fact that wolves mate for life, and have such strong social groups and family ties makes it easier to combine the wolf and human sides of my shifters. After all, they have the common theme of searching for a partner to spend their life with.
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Take care x