LadyVampire's Halloween Giveaway Day 4
Contest Day Four
I am so enjoying reading everyone's comments! Thank you all for joining me this week for my very first contest ever. And since I am a beginner at this, I hope you'll excuse me if I am a little late posting on here, like today. Or if I haven't listed all the prizes I'm giving out, which I haven't. But trust me when I say I am working on the prizes. I've pulled out more books and bookmarks, etc to give out. All of the prizes winners will be drawn on Sunday and listed on here by Monday so remember to come on back and check for your name. But on to the contest...
Day four and I find myself thinking about shape shifters here. We talked about werewolves in yesterdays post but there are now so many other species in books today.
Laurell K Hamilton is one of the pioneering authors who I believe helped pave the way to shape shifters that were other than the wolf kind. In fact she even had one character in her book who turned out to be a pan-were and could shape shift into many different animals. One of the oddest being the reptile shifter. But then again there was also another odd species of reptile shifter in one of the C.T. Adams and Cathy Clamp books. Care to guess what it was?.............. A Komodo Dragon! A first for me in a book but a very cool idea in my opinion. And other authors have done their own take on shifters. Like Lora Leigh who came out with a Feline and Coyote Breeds series. Or Kathryne Kennedy who wrote a book with the first lion shifter I’ve read about. And Sherrilyn Kenyon had a Liger (Lion/Tiger) in one of her books.
So now I’m asking you. Do you have a favorite shape shifter species? Or a favorite series dedicated to them? Any species that has not been in a book that you would like to see?
Please feel free to comment to this post until October 11th when the contest closes. One entry per person per day per post. And please feel free to go back and comment to all the prior contest posts as well. This contest is limited to US citizens only although everyone is invited to comment.