Thursday, October 9, 2014

writing those blurbs ain't all that easy

The Kougar's hero in his horse form...

Nighttime mews, Autumn-rainy Kitkats... yep, quite a bit of rain fell this morning... then it cleared off a bit, but now it's been raining steadily for a couple hours... very good for the tame prairie! ... the Kougaress heard an interesting bit of gardening news from a caller into one of the online radio shows she listens to... that is, gypsum neutralizes aluminum in the soil ... and with the high amounts of aluminum being found these days, this kind of knowledge could be 'real' helpful for growing good gardens.

Darling kittens, claws at the ready, and stay on guard. But get that valuable rest too. 'Cause this Big Cat loves ya!

Authoress news and mews ~

So, the Kougar got her Cover Art Questionnaire done today for RIDE THE ROAN STUD, written under the pen name, Stevie Klark... and sent it on its way to Siren Publishing.  Yay! But yowls, writing those blurbs ain't all that easy for this Big Cat author.



PHOTOS: Lunar Eclipse Tints Moon With Rare Copper Glow
A rare astronomical event, a lunar eclipse or blood moon, dotted skies across the world with a copper, glowing moon on Oct. 8.


HEADLINE Scientists Prove That Telepathic Communication Is Within Reach


HEADLINE One spoonful of this stuff could turn you into Aquaman A crystalline substance that can absorb and release oxygen in large quantities could one day lead to tankless underwater breathing a la one water-loving superhero.


Prehistoric Paintings in Indonesia May Be Oldest Cave Art Ever
The paintings — some of which might be more than 40,000 years old — challenge Europe's standing as the birthplace of prehistoric art. — LiveScience


Diver Finds Evidence Showing Giants Lived In Arkansas


800,000 bees attack, leaving one person dead, four injured
A man in Arizona died after being stung more than an estimated 100 times. — CNN


Mysterious shipwreck found in Cayuga Lake
Beneath Cayuga Lake's churning waves, a mid-1800s canal boat is shrouded in a green-hue of sunlight reflected through 70 feet of water. — Ithaca Journal

Wishing you romance on the wild side… 

Kisses, Savanna Kougar

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