Thursday, May 14, 2015

A ShapeShifter Seductions Novel

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Midnight mews, wonderful and wise Kittens all... still somewhat chilly, but mostly sunny today... now the clouds have moved in... but the showers have missed the tame prairie... so, a terrible shock for this Big Cat... her kitty cat passed on early this morning... she was fifteen years old, but showed no signs of being health distressed at all... she looked healthy and beautiful, was very loving, and had eaten her food and drank her water as usual... she passed on during sleep, and didn't appear to be in pain... whatever, it's been a rotten sad day... the good thing, at least, she didn't have a lingering suffering illness. 

Take care, darling kittens, and share your goodness with others. Life is for expressing as much love as possible, especially with those we love. And remember, this Big Cat loves ya!

Authoress news and mews ~

The Mountain Lion King by Pat Cunningham, A ShapeShifter Seductions Novel

Publication Date: May 10, 2015

Blurb: Sent to America to marry a man she’s never met, tiger shifter Nilambari runs out on the wedding instead. Fleeing into Montana’s mountains, she’s found and taken in by Rick Donnelly, a cougar shifter and self-proclaimed king of his particular hill. For the past three years he’s lived alone. He doesn’t want a mate and he doesn’t like tigers. But one look into Nilambari’s desperate eyes and he finds his feelings changing.
However, the man she escaped is Ravi, son of the villainous Zhere Ghan. He’s even more vicious and abusive than his father. Ravi intends to have his bride—or her corpse—back at any cost. Can the cougar king defeat the tiger prince for the sake of his runaway tigress?

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One step closer to artificial intelligence: Scientists create cells replicating human brain processes
RT - Australian scientists have for the first time developed an electronic long-term memory cell that mimics the work of a human brain. Researchers say the discovery is a step towards creating a bionic brain. Researchers from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) have created the world’s first electronic multi-state memory cell which mirrors the brain’s ability to simultaneously process and store multiple strands of information, according to the university’s press-release.


Microbiomes raise privacy concerns DNA from microbes living on the human body can be used to identify individuals. Call it a ‘gut print’. The collective DNA of the microbes that colonize a human body can uniquely identify someone, researchers have found, raising privacy issues. FEE FIE FO FUM IS NO LONGER FAR FETCHED-THE BLOOD OF AN ENGLISHMAN IS NOW HIS BACTERIA ALSO


GATTACA rising: Corporations begin genetic testing of employees (NaturalNews) In the 1997 science fiction film GATTACA, society is dominated by a system of eugenics, where potential children are conceived through genetic manipulation. The main character, Vincent Freeman, is conceived outside the eugenics system and fights to overcome genetic discrimination in a society that engineers humans to possess the best hereditary traits of their parents.
Nearly 20 years after the film debuted, corporations today are starting to head in the same direction as GATTACA. Eugenics programs could be the way of the future as employers start separating acceptable employees from genetic "invalids" using new genetic testing procedures.

Wishing you romance on the wild side… 

Kisses, Savanna Kougar

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