Saturday, January 4, 2014

Baby, It's Still Cold Outside

Saturday evening mews, cuddly stay-cozy Pussycats... milder temps today on the tame prairie... but the cold winds moved in this afternoon, and the frigid stuff is arriving... yuck! ... the Kougaress spent part of the day 'winterizing' more thoroughly, preparing... wherever are, stay warm and hunker bunker down, if need be.

Keep preparing for the superstorms of life, darling kittens. 'Cause this Big Cat loves ya!  

Authoress news and mews ~

Warm up your toes and your heart-passions at the BLOG HOP ~ Baby, It's Cold Outside on January 3-5th at SHAPESHIFTER SEDUCTIONS.

The Kougar got a bit more done on the read through of her flash-scene novel, His Claimed Bride, Happy New Year On Another Earth.



NEW YORK, NY - Kensington Publishing Corp., one of the foremost commercial independent publishing houses in the United States, announced today that it has acquired the eBook publishing company Lyrical Press.  Beginning in January 2014, Lyrical Press will operate under its current name as a digital-first imprint at Kensington Publishing. 

Steven Zacharius, President and CEO, Kensington Publishing Corp., says, “This deal delivers on Kensington's mission to publish the books that America wants to read and to be the house that talented authors want to call home.  The ability to have a digital imprint that works efficiently like a small independent press is what first attracted me to Lyrical.  With Renee Rocco’s cutting-edge expertise in running a small independent press and Kensington's team of talented professionals, we look forward to building new and existing authors while expanding the titles published under the Lyrical Press imprint.”

The imprint will be overseen by Adam Zacharius, Kensington’s Director of Special Projects and Alternative Media.  Renee Rocco, who founded Lyrical Press in 2007, will be Managing Director of the imprint. 

"When I first founded Lyrical Press, I strove to emulate Kensington’s standard of quality and the company’s dynamic atmosphere,” states Renee Rocco, Managing Director. “As the publishing business evolved, we sought strategies to expand the reach of Lyrical Press and strengthen its foothold in the industry.  The opportunity to now join forces with Kensington, a company I have deeply admired, and become a member of the Kensington team is both an exciting adventure and the realization of a lifelong dream."
The acquisition includes approximately 250 romance, YA and genre fiction titles in the Lyrical Press backlist. Kensington will immediately begin acquiring new titles for Lyrical Press, as well as expanding its publicity, marketing and editorial departments in order to dedicate the resources necessary to supporting and growing the new imprint.  All eBooks published under the Lyrical Press imprint will be DRM-free and books over 60,000 words will be available as print-on-demand editions. 



EarthSky // Human World, Science Wire Release Date: Jan 02, 2014

Where we experience emotions in our bodies

Researchers found consistent results, even across cultures. For example, anxiety might feel like chest pain, while falling in love might trigger body-wide sensations.

We all know that emotions can trigger strong bodily sensations. A new study from Aalto University looked at where we experience these sensation in our body.


Looks like the time travelers are here... the Kougaress adored the shows Art Bell did in the 90s when he would have 'time travelers' call in... and, of course, there's the infamous time traveler, John Titor.

John Titor - Time Traveler
This site contains the posts of a time traveler describing the year 2036. Includes photos of his reported time machine.


Scientists Look For Evidence of Time Travelers on the Internet
Paul Joseph Watson | Researchers say time travelers would have left clues on world wide web.



Is the Western U.S becoming a UFO "hotspot?"
Friday, January 3, 2014

The Californian skies held more than fireworks on New Year's Eve, as multiple UFO sightings were reported across the state.

From Placer County across to the Hollywood Hills, eye-witnesses have come forward with accounts of glowing lights and mysterious objects darting across the night skies.

Kaye Pinlac, from Stockton, saw a formation of glowing objects behaving in a very strange manner:

""I seen like six bright orange colored lights," said Pinlac, who captured images of the multiple objects on his iPhone. "They were almost in a diamond or triangle shape. It was weird. Then they just started separating."

FAA spokesman Ian Gregor confirmed that none of the UFOs were observed by pilots in the area or picked up on radar by local air traffic controllers, and consequently, various prosaic explanations for the anomalous lights have been put forward, including floating luminaria light bags and celebration balloons, but these suggestions were dismissed by another witness,Terry Mauth, from Auburn:
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Wishing you romance on the wild side… 

Kisses, Savanna Kougar

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