SHAPESHIFTERS WORLD TOUR

On the Third Thursday of Every Month, my MYTH PERCEPTIONS blog appears at Words, Women, Wisdom.

My current series of Myth explorations revolves around shapeshifters.

This month is about Foxy Ladies – Asian Fox Spirits – Some very interesting spirits with a dangerously mischievous side. Sometimes even deadly intent. But, as the old radio show said, “the shadow knows.” These fox spirits are often betrayed by their shadows. So, if your foxy lady is a bit shady, shy of bright lights, you might be in for heartbreak or an unintentional organ donation. Visit W3 to see what I mean.

The Kinziscale, Lost Girl



Oh, and as a bit of late breaking news – One of my absolute fav Syfy series, Lost Girl, featured kitsune as the fae-flavor of the night. A whole sorority of foxy ladies.



Last month was the kick-off post contrasting Werewolves and Shapeshifters – My understanding is that these terms are not precisely interchangeable. Traditional werewolves respond to the call of the full moon. The historic representation of werewolves involve a curse or unsolicited bites. Modern tropes are changing. Shapeshifters have never been unable to control the where and when of their changes.

I’ll be continuing my tour of shapeshifter mythology next month with Kelpies.

If you like shapeshifter stories, please check out my book, COLLECTOR’S ITEM, currently available exclusively on Kindle – www.collectorsitembook.com


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About Denise Golinowski

I write "Fantasy with a Kiss of Romance" and love reading same. I hope that together we can share our experiences - likes and loves - as we read and I write, together.

Posted on February 21, 2013, in blog, kitsune, Lost Girl, Myth Perceptions, mythology, shapeshifters, Syfy, W3, werewolves, Words Women Wisdom. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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