Friday, August 8, 2014

Bring on the Battle!

Colossus' spotted on Google Moon (Video) :What looks like a towering human figure striding the deserted plains of the Moon has been spotted on Google Earth and bears an uncanny resemblance to what the ancient statue, 'The Colossus of Rhodes'

Friday night mews, Summer-gorgeous and frolicking Felines... actually a lovely mild day on the tame prairie, except for the overcast skies during most of the day... anyhoo, the Kougaress is keeping on keeping on these days.

Watch out for more stuff hitting the monstrous fan, darling kittens. And remember, this Big Cat loves ya!

Authoress news and mews ~

So, kiddo kittens, today is sort of an anniversary date. On August 8, 2008, the Kougar's ebook, TANGERINE CARNAL DREAMS -- Prince Zio and Corporal Katta's love story -- was published by the ill-fated Aspen Mountain Publishing. The only reason this Big Cat author hasn't re-released her sci fi erotic romance, is because she simply hasn't had the time to read through and do revisions where desired.  So sad... 'cause she really loves her story, and would like to have it out there for readers who might enjoy it also. But so it goes in this world.

As far as her current project, the Kougar is beginning Chapter Twenty-eight, which 'might' be the last chapter. ~hope, hope~

Also, the Kougar signed up for the linky blog hop MY SEXY SATURDAY at and will be posting at TITLE MAGIC ~


Bring on the Battle!
By Serena Shay

“Nicolas McMahon, this is not fair!” Ziva growled through the walkie talkie, stomping around the squeaky planks of wood that made up hers and Nick’s wrap around deck. “All I have is a pair of binoculars.”

“We need a scout, Z…”

“From the safety of my own home?  How am I supposed to provide scouting services from here…”

“It’s a mammoth, so you should have a pretty good view of it from there.”


Where to See It: Supermoon, Perseid Meteor Shower to Illuminate the Sky
By Katy Galimberti, Staff Writer
August 08, 2014; 2:08 PM
The summer sky is set to illuminate with impressive power as two astronomical phenomena strike at the same time.
The Perseid meteor showers flash across skies annually in August when the Earth passes through debris trails of shattered comets. Set to peak Aug. 11-13, this year's event coincides with a Supermoon, a moon that shines 30 percent brighter than a normal full moon. The Supermoon will begin to reach fullness on Sunday, Aug. 10.


Giant jellyfish spotted in the Adriatic for first time since Second World War
The jellyfish can grow to more than three feet in diameter and is one of the rarest to occur in the Mediterranean. — The Telegraph

Wishing you romance on the wild side… 

Kisses, Savanna Kougar

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