Hi there! You’re probably at this site because you love wolves — just like me. My name is Sue Denver. I’m obsessed with wolves. I read about them, photograph them and even create wolf-themed jewelry.
And I fantasize about what life would be like if I could actually transform into a wolf.
I’ve turned those fantasies into the WolfLady series of short stories and novellas. Now you, too, can imagine what YOUR life would be like if a Lupiti shaman turned you into a werewolf and then died on you. What the heck would YOU do?
Join the fun (and the terror!) as 30-something Sara Flores finds herself in one big adventure after another. Where life (and death) can be decided in an instant. Join her in saving the innocent. And biting the throat out of evil doers.
Here’s a little story about a wolf I met years ago who “transformed” me into a wolf lover.
I’m designing a line of jewelry featuring wolves. It’s jewelry I’d love for myself, so I suspect there are others who will love it too. The first pieces are finally completed (see “Jewelry” tab) or go to wolf-jewelry.net. Note: I will be donating 5% of all jewelry sales to the Wolf Sanctuary of PA (see more on it below).
Werewolf Short Stories
Are you interested in short stories featuring a woman who was turned by a Lupiti shaman into a werewolf? I’ve written six in the past three months, and am working on more. Some are currently out to magazine editors. Three of them have been published (e-book and print) and are available at your favorite bookseller. You can see them by clicking the “Werewolf Stories” tab above.
Help for Wolf Sanctuaries
If you want to provide real help to real wolves, I strongly recommend the Wolf Sanctuary of PA. Use this link to check out their website. Their wolves are in pens of 2-4 acres — with anywhere from one to five wolves in a pen. They only pair wolves who like each other(!) (How do they know? They place two wolves they think might get along in adjacent pens and let them get to know each other — if they want to. If so, they can end up living together.)
I’ll be contributing 5% of all sales of jewelry to this organization. I’ve visited them, taking the extended tour, and want to help as much as possible. They have a lot of wolves — which costs them a lot of money. And due to COVID, money from visitors has been way down in 2020-2021. So if you can help — you’ll know it’s for a good organization doing good work.
Adopt a wolf! One of their programs I especially like is you can “adopt” a wolf. For just $55, you’ll get an adoption certificate, a great 4×6 photo of your new family member — and more goodies with which to amaze your friends(!)
Adopt a Wolf!
This is Frodo, who lived at the Wolf Sanctuary of PA. He recently passed away at the very old age of 15.
I had “adopted” him. You can adopt a wolf of your own. It’s just $55, which helps the Sanctuary cover costs at a time when visitor revenues are so reduced. They’ve got quite a few choices so you can pick a wolf that speaks to you. You get an adoption certificate and a great photo of your new family member. (Photo used with their permission.)
Despite Frodo’s passing, the work the Sanctuary does continues with other wolves.