About

I am a pro author, with a number of titles from traditional publishers.  But I am also very interested in the growth of online publishing sites like Wattpad, and the way they reduce barriers between writers and readers.
  • Location:
    Ontario, Canada
  • Joined:
    2 years ago


3 Published Works

Featured work.

THE HOUSE OF THE WOLF

Social data: 945K reads. 11.8K votes. 668 comments.

Description: A new novel of werewolves, mystery and romance. In the high arctic a white wolf journeys across the tundra, seeking the lands of the south where humans live. He longs to learn whether the old tales of kinship between his species and theirs are tru...


Other Works by AlisonBaird.
SEA CHANGE

SEA CHANGE

2.3K 94 6

Natalie Jordan is a 17 year old student who's having the summer of a lifetime, studying sea creatures on...

WALKING WITH WOLVES

WALKING WITH WOLVES

8.5K 368 28

In the early days of the colony of New France, a young girl in a lonely settlement must choose between h...

AlisonBaird commented on THE HOUSE OF THE WOLF - Part 7


Perhaps, Chantal thought, Jules was simply more sentimental about some animals than others.  The rich red meat was served with wild rice and oven-roasted vegetables, and followed by a homemade sorbe...
AlisonBaird
She's American though.  She only knows US law, which has a drinking age of 21.
AlisonBaird commented on THE HOUSE OF THE WOLF - Part 3


AlisonBaird
LOL.  For readers still grumbling about the "udder" thing, I will use a slightly different phrasing for the final version.  What that passage seeks to convey is that to the eyes of a wolf the anatomy of human beings looks utterly bizarre, the female's especially so.  If you think about it, no other female animal has anything resembling a human woman's mammary structure -- not even our close relatives the primates.  Hunter can't make sense of what he's seeing.  To him, it is utterly (udderly?) alien.
AlisonBaird commented on THE HOUSE OF THE WOLF - Part 7


He nodded.  “This summer past.  We were on a hunting expedition up north and someone shot my Papa and fatally wounded him.  He… mistook him for an animal.  These accidents do happen, unfortun...
AlisonBaird
Ever heard the phrase "wolf in sheep's clothing"?  LOL