Saturday, March 15, 2014
A SNOWBALL'S CHANCE IN. . .
Talbot's Peak's own Mayor Gil, Were-Squirrel at SHAPESHIFTER SEDUCTIONS
Full Moon late night mews, playful and precious KitKats... nice and warm on the tame prairie today... however, a winter storm is moving in... fortunately, it's not the really frigid stuff... so hopefully, it will come and go... and Spring will spring up... the daffodils are shooting up, and the pets are shedding.
On a sad note, Dr. Roger Leir, an amazing man who is best known in the paranormal community for removing and studying implants, has passed to his great reward. This Big Cat listened to Dr. Leir many a time on various radio shows, and will dearly miss his courage, his willingness to learn the truth, and him as a person.
***Dr. Leir's Bio | Alien Scalpel ~alienscalpel.com/dr-leirs-bio~
Dr. Roger K. Leir, author of the Aliens and the Scalpel-First and Second Edition, UFO Crash in Brazil, Casebook Alien Implants, Chopped Liver and...***
Curl up and get cozy, darling kittens, and take care of yourself and your loved ones cause things are going get wild and wooly. And remember, this Big Cat loves ya!
Authoress news and mews ~
So, to prepare for the *Springtime in the Country Blog Hop March 20 - 25!* the Kougar spent too much time trying to find an image for her RAWHIDE AND SUNSET ROMANCE blot, featuring her Western Erotic Romance Blog ~ anyhoo, she ended up using the cowboy boots and rope pic that she purchased for cover art.
Okay, the Kougar also signed up for the linky blog SNEAK PEEK SUNDAY ~sneak-peek-sunday.blogspot.com~ She will be featuring the first six paragraphs of Chapter Twenty-one from HER MIDNIGHT STARDUST COWBOYS at SHAPESHIFTER SEDUCTIONS.
Featured at SHAPESHIFTER SEDUCTIONS ~
A SNOWBALL'S CHANCE IN. . . .
SPLAT! Another object whizzed by Gill.
“Incoming,” a familiar youthful voice called out.
“Dang! Miss Elly’s got a good arm on her,” another voice familiar sounding voice said.
Gill ducked behind the large century old oak near the front of city hall. He looked behind him. No one. A few cars rushed up and down Main Street.
“Be careful boys,” an older male voice called out. “Age doesn’t always slow you down.”