by Ritch Duncan, Bob Powers and Emily Flake
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Shares deadpan advice for surviving and thriving as a werewolf, providing coverage of such topics as breaking the news to a spouse, post-attack etiquette, and avoiding government abduction.
November 14, 2009 The latest film in the teen supernatural romance series Twilight opens Friday. This installment, New Moon, pits dreamy vampires against hunky werewolves in a battle for the hearts of teenage girls across America. Meanwhile, two humorists — Joe Garden and Bob Powers — have authored self-help books for new members of the vampire and werewolf communities. The authors talk with Guy Raz about the misconceptions and challenges facing the vampire and werewolf communities.
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