I've got a new a werewolf story going on right now. Im about 28,000 words through it so far but I'm begging to ask the question, is it too different? I've been trying to craft and make the Werewolf my own, but im scared that it may be a little to different for some people, especially with the plot. Normal Werewolf story: No magic. Often a scientific meaning as to how they occur. Are the bad guys, kill innocent people. Often are not portrayed through first person.(from what I've read) Only change on Full Moon. Enemies are Werewolves or Werewolf Hunters. Often have problems with their changing if they weren't born into it. Most of story centers around the full moon. My Werewolf story: Lots of magic. Religious/spiritual meaning as to how they occur. Neutral. Civil War is the main problem. Portrayed through the eyes of 4 teenage Werewolves. Only change around the moon but not necisarily on the full moon. Enemies are each other or Demons. Changing is not a problem in anyway because all(known to them) are born into it. Most of story centers around the New Moon. In a nutshell, mine centeres around the New Moon, while others constantly take place on the Full Moon. Mine explains their life on the New Moon and problems of Werewolves rarely discussed. Also a love triangle and a Civil War between two groups of Werewolves. So, is it too different? Will Werewolf fans be revolted at my plot?