“The Trouble with Antlers (a.k.a. Melvin’s Rampant Rack): Season 1, Episode 1, Special Illustrated Edition (Shifter High)” by A.J. Culey

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“The Trouble with Antlers (a.k.a. Melvin’s Rampant Rack): Season 1, Episode 1, Special Illustrated Edition (Shifter High)

Genre: Science Fiction/Fantasy/NA

Release Date: June 23, 2016

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In a high school full of shifters, it’s the one inquisitive human who poses the biggest threat.

When a human is the only applicant for town veterinarian and moves to Shifterville with his teenaged daughter, Amelia, the town residents conspire to keep the humans in their midst from discovering their secret. If only they can keep Melvin away from Amelia.

Melvin Moose has a problem. Anytime a girl gets too close, his antlers go on walkabout, popping out of his human head at the most inopportune moments. As if that weren’t bad enough, a human girl just enrolled at his school, and if she catches sight of his unruly rack, it’s all over for Shifterville.

Warning: This book contains typical teen language, which does include the occasional swear word. It is also full of rampant, teen hormones and the subsequent fallout.

This is season 1, episode 1 of the Shifter High series. Each episode is novella-sized, ranging from 70 to 100 pages in length.


A.J. Culey is a teacher, world traveler, and writer. She is a fan of books, bunnies and cats (and also rainbow-colored hair, but that’s another story).

She can be found online at http://www.ajculey.com, http://www.facebook.com/ajculey.author and on Twitter @tyrabbisaurus.

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