Note the wolf howling? Yes, he’s letting everyone know to come to the party! So yesterday, I made up Sherbert Bear and Feather Bear and worked on more steampunk bear hats. I’ve also been working on some other bears. I have orders for 3 rainbow and 2 sherberts now, so going to finish those up next.
This fabric is also very soft and ridiculously different, for that really fun and unique bear.
I wanted to mention this giveaway at Royal Reviews again, because it’s such a huge prize package and she’s not giving it away until Oct 2, so you have until Oct 1 to enter at her site.
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Don’t you love it? I need to get it made up so I can have it at my book signings. Linda Boulanger of Telltale Designs made the cover and she does a beautiful job. The last three conferences I went to, nearly all the authors had some fancy big banner behind them. The ones I fell in love with had something like this. Not a ton of book covers, which for me is a problem since I have like 50-60 books out, so that would be a mess to look at. Plus, I have so many different genres I write, she was trying to combine them and still make it look great–so wolves, cougars, a Highland castle, the moon, which always gives that paranormal feel, and they’re in between urban fantasy and historical, so I love it. And I love blue, so it works for me. What do you think?
Next, I was having conversations with myself this morning, not out loud, but I’ve been brainstorming about how I need to finish up the book. Though I’m also working on an article for another site. I have another to do also. Less than 8,000 words to go on Call of the Cougar!
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And I have a question. Is this an OLD cardinal? I have two like this with graying feathers. And then I have a brilliant red one. Is this just different ones, or does this mean the two like this are older? Inquiring minds want to know. I’ve only seen the bright red one before, so it might be that these other two just found my sunflower seeds. Or it could be that they are the older generation. I had two baby cardinals in a nest this spring, then again, the only cardinal I’d seen before this was the brilliant red on with his mate. And the two in the nest were brown, so I figured they were females. Hmmm, I probably should be thinking more about how to finish Call of the Cougar, but this has become curiouser and curiouser.
On Facebook, several thought they might be moulting! That's it! Looked it up, and that's what it is. So instead of one bright red male cardinal, I have 2 moulting and 1 that's still bright red. I would never have known I had three if it hadn't been that they were moulting! And came down to feed at the same time.
Off to finish my article and then I’m off to write on Call of the Cougar while I’m working on steampunk hats.
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