It’s Sunday, which means it’s time for the weekly WeWriWa blog hop, an event that allows authors of all experience levels and genres to share 8-10 sentence snippets of their work. I’m sharing from my upcoming release, 60 Beautiful Bat Facts.
Last week, I posted about Pliny the Elder’s thoughts on how to improve marital relations. A few people made comments about how they worry about bats getting wrapped up in their hair. I completely understand. Despite knowing that echolocation prevents bats from crashing, I worry about my hair whenever one finds it’s way into my apartment. In my case, it’s a kneejerk reaction to having something small, fast, and unpredictable flying around my head, combined with the fact that my hair has a life of it’s own and might reach out and grab the poor bat.
Last week’s comments made me decide to share a little bit about the long history of bats and hair. I think you’ll be as surprised as I was.
Thanks for stopping by! Be sure to take a few minutes and check out the list of other phenomenal authors taking place in this week’s blog hop. And if you’re an author, consider taking part next week. The new sign up list opens on Monday. Published, unpublished, professional, and amateur authors are welcome to participate.