#RainbowSnippets: Rise of Alpha Squirrel

fake book 1 copy A few lines from the Shifting Times review of Your New Life as a New Adult, by Finnley Lakewood, Ph.D., and Gardenner Monk, Ph.D.

Lakewood and Monk are back with another of their cutting edge parenting books. In Your New Life as a New Adult, they touch on all the most worrisome of topics when your offspring gets to that age where they suddenly become invincible. From researching their preferred destination, to determining whether or not to look for a roommate, to how to deal with the idiosyncrasies of living with a species other than your own, they cover it all. Not content with exploring the most obvious topics, they delve deeper into the specifics of day-to-day life in the human world, and uncover a host of situations that the average were would never dream would happen. Territoriality, scent-marking, and the risks of romance are all covered in an intelligent and easy to understand language. The entire book emphasizes safety and preparedness, filled with real-life stories from young weres who have stumbled into those very situations…

Follow along in the tour to read all the excerpts, and see if you can figure out which of your neighbours are not actually human. 😀

Catch all the links here, and check out the rest of the Rainbow Snippets here.
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About the author: Kate Lowell

12 comments to “#RainbowSnippets: Rise of Alpha Squirrel”

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  1. Dianne Hartsock - February 28, 2016 Reply

    Such a fun set of books!

    • Kate Lowell - February 28, 2016 Reply

      Thank you!

  2. P.T. Wyant - February 28, 2016 Reply

    I love that you’ve developed accessories to your world!

    • Kate Lowell - February 28, 2016 Reply

      Lol, the joke was on me. I set this up expecting to have to write maybe 10 excerpts. It ended up taking three days to get them all done. #whatwasIthinking

  3. Charley Descoteaux - February 28, 2016 Reply

    Love this! Especially “holy smoked almonds”. 🙂

    • Kate Lowell - February 28, 2016 Reply

      It’s Nathan–he’s a little nutty. 🙂

  4. Jackie Keswick - February 28, 2016 Reply

    I don’t really do shifters, but this made me laugh…

    • Kate Lowell - February 28, 2016 Reply

      Thank you!

  5. Amy Rae Durreson - February 28, 2016 Reply

    *grins* This is great fun. I love in-world reference books and this sounds like a very useful one, given some of the weres we’ve seen in your earlier extracts XD

    • Kate Lowell - February 28, 2016 Reply

      I’m not sure how good they are at following instructions. I can’t wait for people’s reactions when the authors’ bios come out. Those were fun to write. 🙂

  6. Antonia Aquilante - March 3, 2016 Reply

    This was fun!

    • Kate Lowell - March 3, 2016 Reply

      Thank you!

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