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Lionshifter StoryIt was five in the morning when my alarm went off, but I was already awake and sweating amongst the twisted bed sheets. My skin was slick as I stretched languidly and tapped one sharp, manicured fingernail on the 'off' button. The room became silent, but outside was a brash chorus of life as the sun began to peek over the horizon. I smiled to myself and breathed in the humid summer air. Today was the day.The temperature was already soaring as I went through my morning routine, sweat dripping off of me as I moved through my tiny apartment, my cats taking turns weaving in between my legs in a sly effort to trip me and bring me down to them. But nothing would deter me today, and I bore the heavy, judging stares of them as I closed the bathroom door in their faces. They always hated when I had to leave them. I was their mother, their leader, their sister. I was feline. A shifter.Cold water against my skin barely soothed the growing anticipation in my stomach. I could feel my cat under th
Werewolf StoryI lay face-down in the mud, rain hitting me like a thousand tiny bullets, mingling with my blood and washing it away even as more rushed eagerly from my wounds. More with every frantic beat of my dying heart.I couldn't feel the pain anymore. A wonderful numbness was overpowering my body and I closed my eyes, grateful that it would soon be over. I welcomed the peace of death after the horror I had endured, and amidst the sound of rushing water in my head I thought I heard the defiant howl of a lone wolf. The sound was cut off as my mind clouded over and I felt myself slipping away, not enough will to fight back from the brink. I was tired. So tired. I closed my eyes, drifted.The burning started in my chest, so sharp and hot that it brought me screaming from my unconsciousness, my back arching until I thought it would snap in two, my hands digging into the slick mud, grabbing for something, anything that would make the pain stop. It was like nothing I'd ever experienced, far worse than