~artshole.co.uk/arts/artists/Matthew Savage/flying-car.jpg~ Like so many in her generation the Kougaress wanted the flying car she was promised as a youngster... yeah, way back in first grade, the daily reader, or whatever it was called said there would be flying cars by the time we'd reached our twenties... but nope, they lied... yep, flat out lied... it's not that the tech doesn't exist now, it does... and for a reasonable cost... but, hey, NO flying cars for you! Which begs the question: are there flying cars on a parallel Earth? Now there's a romance story that would be fun to write.
Late night mews, Summer-lovely Pussycats... after a night of storms, a mild summer's day on the tame prarie... around eight in the evening, at dusk, the Kougaress saw the 'about' three-quarters moon fairly high in the souther sky, and shining brightly... there's something odd about the cycles of the moon in these times... however, this Big Cat is no expert, just a consistent sky watcher... that said, someone else mentioned the moon had altered position recently... and she's been diligently watching the moon closely. So...???
Keep a close watch out, darling kittens, lots coming at us these days. And remember, this Big Cat loves ya!
Authoress news and mews ~
The Kougar is writing Chapter Twenty-seven of her special project. Yes, the end is nearing!
Featured at SHAPESHIFTER SEDUCTIONS ~
by Pat Cunningham
It's here! The cover, at least, to my newest release, Jessalina's Pets. If you haven't been over to my page yet, here's what it looks like. The plot: very rich and very bored Lady Jessalina buys a pair of virile slaves to, ahem, entertain her. However, the men aren't the docile "pets" she thinks they are, and have their own agenda. Then there's the question of Deon, who won't tell her what kind of shifter he is. True love and hijinks ensue.
Featured at TITLE MAGIC ~
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By Pat Cunningham
On today’s blog I’m going to talk about my other blog. That’s Shapeshifter Seductions, where four other romance writers along with yours truly post almost-daily shapeshifter flash fiction. I’ve had it easy for the last couple of months because I’ve been writing a serial story, a single tale told in weekly installments. Well, mostly weekly. I skipped a few here and there—I had to do something special for St. Patrick’s Day, for example—and occasionally I’d post an extra chapter on Thursday, or one of my fellow writers would add to the storyline on their blog day. The story’s taken a few odd twists and turns here and there, mostly because I didn’t bother to plot it out before I started (the curse of the pantser strikes again!), plus my fellow writers would latch onto throwaway lines and build a blog around it, providing ideas for my next installment. Somehow we fashioned a coherent story line out of this. But then, we’re professionals. Don’t try this at home.