Adventure into Romance with Shelley Munro
News About Shelley Blog Books Extras Contact Small Font Large Font

March 25th, 2013
Shifters Day at Brinda Berry’s Blog

Florida Panther

This photo was taken in the Florida Everglades. The Florida panther is a critically endangered species and is a subspecies of cougar. We kept our eyes peeled during our visit to the Everglades, but they’re very shy and it’s unusual to spot them.

I’m over at Brinda Berry’s blog today and the topic is shifters—both the feline kind and werewolves. Come on over and say hello.

Oh, and before you disappear, I have a very special cover reveal tomorrow for One Night of Misbehavior. Don’t forget! Winking smile

6 comments to “Shifters Day at Brinda Berry’s Blog”

  1. I hadn’t realized there were panthers in Florida at all, especially when you mostly hear about alligators. I wonder if there are any gator-shifter stories out in the industry? Hmmm…

  2. That might be an opportunity for you :)

  3. Too bad you didn’t catch a glimpse of a panther. While I have never seen one, friends and I did have a cougar cross the highway in front of our car once while visiting Louisiana. Wouldn’t want to meet one up close, but from a distance? Beautiful!

  4. Wow, that must have been amazing, Heather.

  5. Cool panther!

  6. I would have liked to see a real one :)