The Phoenix Saga ~ Two hundred years earlier... at SHAPESHIFTER SEDUCTIONS.
The Kougaress found this adorable costume pic while doing a search for horse costumes because of the flash scene she's writing for the Halloween Blog Hop.
Well past the witching hour 'mews', Halloween-splendiferous KitKats... a lovely Autumn day... however, rain is so needed on the tame prairie... and now it's going down to freezing temps... yesterday, the frosty-orange, half moon rose over the barn... so perfect for a Halloween mood.
Okay, who needs horror when you have a true-telling of history? This question arose in the Kougaress's mind as she listened to the Renegade Historian, Douglas Dietrich at Revolution Radio ~freedomslips.com~ wow, did you know Napoleon murdered over six million people in charcoal ovens? Yeah, 'they' like to keep that little fact out of the public's awareness. And, that's just the tip of the horror-iceberg... meaning ALL the *truth* they've neglected to teach for generation after generation... yeah, on purpose to keep the people ignorant.
Authoress news and mews ~
A good thing... the Kougar is paragraphs away from finishing her revision of RED LIONESS TAMED... which is being interrupted since this Big Cat needs to pen her HALLOWEEN BLOG HOP flash scene... yep, she writing it now, because the hop begins on Monday, the 28th at SHAPESHIFTER SEDUCTIONS.
Also, the Kougar posted -- once she found out how -- at The Romance Studio's SPOOKAPALOOZA party ~trsparties.com~ now she's checking out the other posts. Halloween smiles, indeed. Depending on her available time, she'll be posting more promo excerpts, etc.
The Phoenix Saga ~ Two hundred years earlier...
Featured at SHAPESHIFTER SEDUCTIONS ~
TYBURN AND RACHEL's SAGA CONTINUES
Tyburn sprinted down the hall following Rachel. Two hundred years earlier, he would have let her go sob her eyes out, throw things, and yell. The old Tyburn was a certified jackass. One that died a well needed death. The new Tyburn needed to apologize and console Rachel.
Rachel wouldn’t believe him. She’d put a good fight. He didn’t blame her. The day he decided to change threw everyone off guard.