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Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Y is for...

This is my 6th year for doing the challenge. To learn more go to The A to Z Challenge Blog.

This year it's all about the 
The A to Z of 

In which I will describe, show pictures of, and otherwise expound on plants and animals mentioned in the novel.

Y is for Yowl

"Up on the hillside a cat yowled."

Shades of Dylan's song All Along the Watchtower
"Outside in the distance a wildcat did growl..."

It's ominous.


  1. Cats yowling wake me up regularly at night.

  2. You picked one of my favorite words. :-)

  3. That word tries, but never captures the haunting sound of an animal in the night. Dylan's song, however, does along with the sound of the wind.

    Almost done, Bish.

  4. A cat yowled and meowed, hey thats rhymes!

  5. Talk about giving me the creeps? This idea of a cat yowling reminded me of hearing a Mountain Lion in the wild. Truly a sound you never forget. That was some mighty yowl.

  6. Yow! I like that word. You've been doing this six years? Does it get easier?
    BTW, I'm dropping in from a shout out to your blog from Rosie Amber's blog
    @dino0726 from 
    FictionZeal - Impartial, Straighforward Fiction Book Reviews

  7. Hi Bish - oh dear .. a Yowl - we get those at night .. not sure what's happening .. foxes around etc ... the seagulls yowl, or yawl or screech too - they are really steely yowls ..

    Love it .. and the Dylan track .. cheers Hilary

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