Richard Parsons is a lupine, one of the many breeds of shape-shifters living in Seattle. Mortal legends of his kind call them werewolves.
When a traveling exhibition returns to Seattle, Richard takes a night time visit, with plans that go beyond seeing a particular display. However, he is unprepared for the memories and emotions that come flooding back.
"Under A Hunter's Moon" is the first of the "Shadows Over Seattle: Prequel" series, giving readers a chance to meet the characters who will be appearing in the main series. Every story is a snapshot of an event in that character's past, and can be read as a standalone short story, or as part of the series.
At 4,200 words in length, "Under A Hunter's Moon" is a quick, easy, read that introduces readers to the "Shadows Over Seattle" setting.
A contributing author to three anthologies, Timothy has been working with indie authors for the last couple of years, providing book and author spotlight slots on his blog, as well as editing and review services.
Timothy has also been a participant in a number of online events, including live podcast discussions, and the Brain to Books Cyber Conventions. He considers it very important to build relationships with readers and other writers, and is more than happy to connect on social media, and by email.
Originally born in England, and raised in the London area, Timothy moved to small-town Alaska in 2005. He has been living there with his wife, Sandi, who is the inspiration for his writing, and co-creator of the Shadows Over Seattle series.