Yes, the werewolves in my story talk. More on them some other time. My point is that during an author's plot, things need to change for realism. Because while realism sucks hairy monkey ass we still want it around anyway. Who knew? Anyways, anyways; there was no reason for the werewolf to destroy the family's SUV and go after the little dog too!
The two, Sarah and her son Michael, leave it alone. So why bother them any longer? Well you'll see eventually- my life just got better again. I'll tell you guys why tomorrow. Also, if any of you have seen Piranha 3D, there is a massacre scene (naturally, prehistoric fish duh, what do you expect?) Well a similar was going to appear near the ending of my novel.
Naturally, werewolves duh, what do you expect?
No, this is not what you should expect. After watching Aja's fetish for gore, I began to understand why I was having so many reservations on writing it. For one- the only reason you guys will get for now, you know I have to keep relevance- it makes absolutely no since.
If a bunch of (hundreds upon hundreds) of teenagers were going to die, it doesn't matter how secluded the town is among its high werewolf population. The Howling anyone? Our National Army and every other gunmen is going to be on that town within a couple of hours. To shoot some nasty stuff!
They wanted to keep this town a safe haven for werewolves. Mainly from getting poked by scientists. Back to the point, back to the point, you say! Well yes, there is far too much exposure. It does not fit within the basic nature of the plot anyway. A few werewolves are prone to be a threat- but in a slightly more subtle-