What are Bats?-WeWriWa 1/21/18

It's time for another wewriwa.com snippet and once again, I'm posting from my new release 60 Beautiful Bat Facts. Want to know more about bats? Check out https://www.amazon.com/60-Beautiful-Bat-Facts-Writers-ebook/dp/B076ZQZ99K/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1516539697&sr=8-1&keywords=beautiful+Bat+facts Thanks for checking out my WeWriWa contribution. Take a few minutes to see what other talented authors are serving up this week!          

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Embarking on a New Shiny Project

Way back in January, I released my latest opus, 60 Beautiful Bat Facts. I couldn’t be prouder of the results, but I’m also the first to admit that the project took a great deal more time and effort than I ever imagined it would. By the time I finished, I was way past exhausted. Now,... Continue Reading →

New Zealand’s Walking Bats: Beautiful Bat Facts

New Zealand is home so some pretty unusual animals, including the world’s only walking bats: the greater short-tailed bat (Mystacina robusta) and the lesser short-tailed bat (Mystacina tuberculate.) The Lesser Short-Tailed Bat As the sun slips beneath the horizon, blanketing New Zealand in darkness. A small head pokes out from a narrow rock crevice. The... Continue Reading →

Fishing with the Greater Bulldog Bat

Time to share another snippet from my upcoming release, 60 Beautiful Bat Facts, for the weekly WeWriWa blog hop. If you're a writer and want a chance to share 8-10 sentence snippets of your manuscript, feel free to join in next weeks hop. Published and unpublished pieces are loved. I thought about sharing some of... Continue Reading →

Patricia’s Disk-Winged Bat: Beautiful Bat Facts

The Patricia’s disk-winged bat (Thyroptera wynneae) is easily mistaken for another member of the thyroptera family, the Peter’s disk-winged bat (T. discifera) but if you look closely at representatives of both species, you’ll see some small differences, including:   The Patricia's disk-winged bat has light brown hair that is darker at the base than at... Continue Reading →

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