Did you know that every full moon has a name? (A couple actually, but we won't get into that.) It's true. I'm sure you've heard of the Harvest Moon (the full moon closest to the fall equinox) and the Blood Moon (the full moon in October; also the moon during a total lunar eclipse) and even the Blue Moon (the second full moon in a calendar month). Well, the Wolf Moon is the name of the full moon in January, and it's tonight! Technically, it's at exactly 2:16p.m. Eastern, but you know what I mean.
In my novel Intended Bondmates, the werewolves of Faerie have an entire festival during the three days of the Wolf Moon. It is a festival where werewolves all over Faerie gather to celebrate their wolfiness away from the prying eyes of the fae and search for potential mates. It's not a coincidence that the Wolf Moon is so close to real-world wolves' breeding season!
Check out what goes on in the warm dens, sheltered from winter's cold, when the fae aren't around. Happy Howling! Awoooooo!