29 Faces in September; Wolf Wyrm

At last! Number 29 in the 29 Faces in September challenge. It was also the most challenging of the challenge because he exists  as a character I’ve been working on for a while.

Working in a museum of children’s literature, meeting authors and reading tons of YA fiction is having its effect and I’ve been writing my own story. (Don’t worry, I’m not going to jabber on about it here.)  But this little sweetie plays a pivotal role as a shape shifting, maiden munching bad guy. Or maybe he’s just misunderstood. He’s described as a wolf headed Wyrm, which is a kind of dragon that roams about these ‘ere parts, The Lambton Wyrm being the most famous.


Thank you so much to everyone who’s popped by, “liked” or left comments during the 29 Faces in September challenge. And well done to everyone else who has been taking part.

14 thoughts on “29 Faces in September; Wolf Wyrm

  1. I imagine he would normally look quite benign when his teeth aren’t showing… thanks for the warning. I don’t wish to be munched! I can hear the hisssss even though he doesn’t appear to have the accompanying tongue…

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