Thursday, November 17, 2011

The beauty of life on the tame prairie sings the soul...

Past midnight meows, my lovely and lissome Big Beautiful Cats... lots accomplished today, but not what the Kougaress wanted to achieve, other than shoring up her drive. ~le lots of sighs~

The beauty of life on the tame prairie sings the soul into its sweetest existence.

Special Note: My darling kittens, get everything out of the bank you have NOW, and use it to prepare for what’s coming down. Consider using a small local bank, or credit union. Why? Check out what happened to Gerald Celente, and others. Keep only what you need to pay bills, etc. Money is being stolen right and left from accounts. Bank boxes are being raided. You cannot TRUST the system. Get out as fast as you can.

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Authoress news and mews ~

The Kougar posted her SHAPESHIFTER SEDUCTIONS flash scene at HAPPILY EVER AFTER.

Gosh, maybe, she’ll even get to work on her short Christmas story.


An Ale By Any Other Name...
by Rebecca Gillan

“Blast those… those fools! Don’t they realize they are standing in the way of noble progress?” Lex swore. The urge to crumple this ill-fated letter and hurl it in the snow was so strong he forced himself to put it down. He needed to keep this offensive letter for his records.

“What is the problem, azizam?” Lex looked behind him toward Dori, his once-fiancĂ© and current… something. He wasn’t sure he really wanted to rekindle their long lost love, but Dori and his own traitorous heart weren’t giving many choices. Not that he wasn’t still fighting—he had no intention of just rolling over for the beautiful Persian goddess. She broke his heart thousands of years ago and she was going to have to do a lot of groveling to get it back. Nor was he going to share his frustrations with her. Niether she not the monkey-child, Marissa, fully appreciated his brewing genius. He would wait until Mooney, Marissa’s wolf, returned from whatever errand he was running. Mooney would support him he was sure.

From the Passive Guy’s blog ~ check the blogroll

From Phantomimic’s Website ~

If you are considering publishing your book on the Amazon Kindle you may want to be aware of the 9.99 Boycott. This is a movement within the community of Kindle readers that, not only refuses to buy e-books priced above $9.99, but also will assign negative tags to your books with titles such as “outrageous Kindle price”, “too expensive for Kindle”, “greedy publisher”, or “9.99 boycott”. And the more your book sells the more these tags are voted on. Some of the boycotters will go as far as leaving one star reviews on your books based solely on the price.
Where did this number come from? Apparently when Amazon got started with a Kindle device that cost $400 their sales pitch was that readers could save $20 per book by buying e-books at $10 ($9.99) instead of the hard cover for $30.

Big Cat by-the-numbers ~

12:12 pm... 1:11 pm... 2:22 pm... 3:33 pm... 1:11 am... talk about a HUGE disturbance in the force!!!


In a follow-up to the gruesome news on yesterday’s blog, at first a representative for Pepsico verified their use of fetal tissue in their products. However, now the company is saying they are using fetal cells ‘only’ for testing food additives... so, what is the truth? And, who would trust them as a corporation, or trust the corrupt FDA’s approval process? Regardless of what the truth is. Not to mention this Big Cat CERTAINLY DOES NOT want such testing done on aborted tissue. Not only is it unnecessary, it demonstrates NO RESPECT, absolutely no respect for human life. Yes, this Big Cat is for a woman’s right to choose. However, this practice of using fetal tissue in this way is utterly immoral and highly dangerous to the health of human beings. Also, sadly, women have been used and abused by what has become the abortion industry, used and abused in the most reprehensible ways.

The most powerful weapon is the human soul on fire. ALL POWER TO THE PEOPLE! ALL POWER TO THE FREEDOM OCCUPATION!

~ Happy Turkey November ~


And, May you live the dreams of your heart, not in interesting times...

The beauty of life kisses from the Kougar...


Serena Shay said...

You know that just makes me mad. One star reviews and negative tags, because some people don't like the price of an ebook? Really, just don't buy the book. Lack of sales will make an impact on a writer, but for the 9.99 Boycott crowd to trash a book they've never even read...just please. :(

Savanna Kougar said...

Serena, I know. It's horrible for authors because it's the Big Boy publishers who are, in general, pricing ebooks this high. Amazon has no control over that. However, they should never have made that kind of promise. Amazon thought they could dictate price to publishers, but they lost that legal battle.