He's in the dream and wants to wake up, but when he does he has this giant wolf inside him, and he jumps off the front porch into the yard and tries to roll it away, but it won't go. It's rapidly taking over and he is growling and he feels his tailbone begin to extend until there is this long beating thing behind him. His eyes have rays that spread from pupil into the iris. Their sometimes called flashes, and is a sign of psychic powers. That is why the color of them cast off a golden hue.
He turned his head this way and that as the Wolf Dream began, and the air was full of scents he was starting to recognize. He opened his mouth and his tongue came out, as he started panting. He opened his eyes wide, and then howled as the dreamspike built to finish the Wolf Dream. He was coming into the Wolf Dream too strongly; to try to control this spike was like trying to contain the wolf from coming out. He could only control his thoughts of the real world, keeping him from entering the Wolf Dream too quickly. Step by step he learned balance; wolf whenever the wolf was needed and the man whenever the man was needed. He let himself be drawn into the dream.
Blade was quick to learn, and having been the one who created the Dream Gate gave him the advantage. Where would this path of understanding lead? He moved awkwardly toward the shelter of the forest. If he is apprehensive or disrupted by an enemy, he will kill. He is the master of the Wolf Dream.
So those are the details, the facts. That is how the story ends. But the story never ends, does it? History- the rolling waves of thunder of incidence after incidence, propelled by lightening currents of chance and luck and coincidence- streams right along with no regard for beginning or endings. The only true end is the present moment, the seething forward edge of the wave. So let me bring you right up to the present. As I write this, the story must be told exactly as it unfolds.
About the Author
Terry is a Texan urban fantasy and science fiction author. Now that I am over 60, I am embarking on a new phase of my life and that is writing. I also write on Leanpub as Jar and my material there is mostly fictions. My other writing page is on Fast Pencil. My work revolves around monsters, magic, mythology, and mayhem. I started writing poems in my early teens, and never stopped. Terry loves building unique worlds filled with fun characters and intense action. Terry's current work includes the full length novel The Wolf Dream, the first in the Dream Quest Series, the standalone novel Age of Darkness, Flapjacks, The Dream Cycle, Oath of Blood, The Raging Storm and various other projects, such as Veil of Darkness and Drawn Into Darkness. He has works in various anthologies such as Pray Again with over 10,000 poems... Writing is relatively new for me. I’ve been an avid reader for most of my 60+ years. But writing seemed like a daunting task. How do you write any ideas to pass over to other people without boring them to death? How do you write conversations that sound like the people who are speaking them? Once I studied the “how to’s” a bit, and with the encouragement from Katherine, my wonderful wife and best friend, I started writing. And I love it. Writing has opened a door for me that nothing else has – my imagination has soared and I’m absolutely thrilled and thankful, from the bottom of my heart, that others like my writing, as well. My many thanks to all of you, for your continued support. Please feel free to contact me at the following email address. We would love to hear from you, even to just say hi: email@example.com