Wednesday, July 23, 2014

She had no memory of it...


Late night mews, Summer-spunky prowling Kitkats... ohmy, is this Big Cat grateful the temps lowered and the overwhelming humidity disappeared... yay! ... and so far, no storms on the immediate horizon... wow, the Kougaress wishes she could get a hundred things at once done... but life doesn't work that way... darn!

Whatever you can do to save and purchase good food, darling kittens, now is the time. The enemies of growing good food are raging like insane beasts at this time. And remember, this Big Cat loves ya!

Authoress news and mews ~

The Kougar is writing Chapter Twenty-three of her special project. She kinda came to a pantser stuckpoint, but is so close to THE END.


Random Snippet From My WIP Files
by Rebecca Gillan

Today I have for you a random snippet from my WIP files. This is something I wrote down, oh, a couple years or so ago. My muse didn't seem to want to go any farther with the story than just one scene, so htis is all there is. It's set in the world of my Wild Lords of the Hunt series. I hope you like it!

~ Rebecca

Hades, the Greek god of the dead had a dog named Cerberus. Cerberus was the latinization of the Greek word kerberos. Kerberos means spot. Dad figured that if "Spot" was good enough for Hades' hell hound, it was good enough for his daughter, who was a wolf. Not a were wolf, either. Kiko, who's name just happened to mean Spot in Polynesian, had been born a wolf.

She had no memory of it, but the first three years of her life had been spent as a wolf pup, tottering after her father's heals. Her father was a shifter lord. This was only relevant because her own son was now three but having been bore in human form, could not yet take the form of a wolf. It would have made it a lot easier to run like hell and escape the man who used to be Ned's father if the two of them could shift into wolf form. This would be a good time for Ned to discover the ability, but Kiko didn't think her luck would extend that far.


 DBW Offers Insight on Kindle Unlimited
Tue Jul 22, 2014

For those who found Smashwords take on Kindle Unlimited biased, here's an article from DBW that states much the same but with more evidence:

Very interesting about the books that were added without consent and then get sales price when being borrowed.

~ Renee
D. Reneé Bagby
Building New Realms of Passion...


Wishing you romance on the wild side… 

Kisses, Savanna Kougar

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