I have a love of anthromorphic art and writing, be it furry, werewolfs, lycans, fantasy, or feral. If the story has a human involved, transformation, telepathy of some sort, so much the better.
Reading engages my imagination, and lets my mind take flight and move among the vivid imagery and characters the writer creates. My troubles and daily grind disappear as the story unfolds in my mind. I feel the emotions, from joy to anguish, of the characters as their life unfolds. Yes, it takes time and work, but the payoff far exceeds the work involved. Written stories take root in my mind, taking me back to the authors story at random times as my thoughts drift. They tease my dreams, taking on a life of their own while I sleep.
Please check out Chronicles of the Borderline: Prologue it is a good story I have been translating into English for Rukj_Ookami. He writes in Spanish, and found translating was taking so much time he was having trouble writing more of his wonderful story. The emotions and setting are wonderfully detailed, and the characters have depth and a warmth about them that keeps me motivated to translate new chapters as he writes them. Be sure and give him a comment if you enjoy his story.
I know that some of you don't typically read M/F stories. I would like to bring to your attention a few that have excellent plots and don't focus exclusively on sex.
And what rough beast? Robert Baird really creates a fascinating world where genetically engineered anthros are just now struggling to become accepted. In this world Julie joins the Spaceborne Assault Battalion and struggles to find respect, friendship and meaning in her life, if she can survive.
Thrown Back: Chapter 1 Kalan is not normally an author I follow, as her stories tend to be darker and focused on forced gender changes, often with loss of memories and self. However, Th...