Thursday, December 11, 2014

Hot For Friday

HOT FOR FRIDAY: FIRST KISS at the Book Boyfriends Cafe

Late night mews, holiday hectic Kitkats... another gray, cold, damp day on the tame prairie... but the moisture is a good thing... so yeah, looks like the cyber war is hot and heavy... certainly the Kougaress ran into internet interruptions and glitches, especially this morning... anyhoo, this Big Cat needs to hit the sack fast... 'cause, she's way too worn out.

Keep cuddling and snuggling each other, darling kittens. And remember, this Big Cat loves ya!

Authoress news and mews ~

So, instead of writing the Kougar did promo stuff, and worked on the TITLE MAGIC blog, adding a page for our ShapeShifter Seductions free read, LOVE TO THE RESCUE.

That's the problem, there's always this balance point between writing your next book, and promo-ing your latest release, and the previous books you've written. ~huge sigh~

To that end, the Kougar also signed up for the HOT FOR FRIDAY: FIRST KISS link-blog at the Book Boyfriends Cafe and put a *First Kiss* snippet on the Happily Ever After blog

Sexodus... sadly, with all the endocrine disruptors, and estrogen mimicking drugs and pesticide compounds... well hell, real men are becoming rarer and rarer in these times. What this Big Cat wouldn't give to be on a planet with real men... wish-wish!!!


Sexodus: Why Are Young Men Giving Up On Women?
Paul Joseph Watson | Why are more and more young men giving up on women and checking out of society?


Quileute Tribe celebrates discovery of historic rock carving
A fisherman stumbled upon a rock carving that appears to show a legendary battle in Quileute mythology. As historic finds go, it’s “the most important, at least in this modern day” for the tribe...
...Quileute Tribe celebrates discovery of historic rock carving 'He was a very bad monster ... his urine, actually, if you stepped on it, it would kill you,' Quileute Tribal Councilman Justin “Rio” Jaime told those gathered at the ceremony.


New horned dinosaur found in US
A skull found in Montana belongs to the earliest known horned dinosaur species in North America.
They say it shows clear neoceratopsian features and is closely related to similar species in Asia.
"Aquilops lived nearly 20 million years before the next oldest horned dinosaur named from North America," said Andrew Farke, from Raymond M. Alf Museum of Paleontology, who led the study.
"Even so, we were surprised that it was more closely related to Asian animals than those from North America.


Facebook AI ‘mediator’ will analyze every upload…to warn against drunk selfies?
RT - Facebook says it is developing artificial intelligence that will not just monitor – but will also understand – every single action you make on the social network, so that it can guide and control your online behavior.
Wishing you romance on the wild side… 

Kisses, Savanna Kougar

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