Saturday, January 18, 2014

...first six paragraphs of Chapter Seventeen...

Oh, gee, the mystery on Mars... really??? The Kougaress is willing to bet it ain't as advertised.


NASA scientists are baffled by a piece of rock that has mysteriously appeared in front of the Mars Opportunity rover. The doughnut-sized rock, nicknamed Pinnacle Island, showed up in photos taken a few days ago but is noticeably absent from photos snapped earlier this month. The six-wheeled rover has not moved in several weeks due to rough weather conditions on the Red Planet. News of the strange rock was announced by NASA Mars Exploration Rover lead scientist Steve Squyres. More at Mail Online.


Evening mews, spunky and splendid Felines, another long day for this Big Cat... wow, the winds have been thunderstorm strength the past couple of hours... but, even with the storm clouds passing overhead, no real storm in the offing... yet, that is... last night the moon rose over the barn, a pale beautiful shade of lemon... gosh, the UFOs are still coming out of the proverbial woodwork... so keep an eye out!

Take care. Dare to prepare, darling kittens. 'Cause this Big Cat loves ya!
...first six paragraphs of Chapter Seventeen... SNEAK PEAK SUNDAY!

Authoress news and mews ~

Yippee! more progress on the read through of the Kougar's flash-scene novel, His Claimed Bride, Happy New Year On Another Earth.

The Kougar signed up for the linky blog SNEAK PEEK SUNDAY She will be featuring the first six paragraphs of Chapter Seventeen from HER MIDNIGHT STARDUST COWBOYS at SHAPESHIFTER SEDUCTIONS.


"And our next substitute player is. . ."
by Solara

Gill stopped midway up the incline.  He leaned on his walking stick and glanced back down the almost obscure trail.  Louie and Ranger weren't far behind him.  Each carried their personal camping gear well.  Backpacks stuffed to the gills with dried food and water pouches sat on top of neatly package space survival blankets, tarps, and subzero sleeping bags.  Further down the trail, Hadley brought up the rear carrying their tent and portable stove.  Gill adjusted the straps of his own pack.  His held their changes of clothes and toiletries.  Another hour and they would reach Phil's forest home.



Dolphins see the world in the same way as humans do according to research
— The Telegraph

Wishing you romance on the wild side… 

Kisses, Savanna Kougar

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