Kaitlyn Deann is in the HOUSE!

My name is Kaitlyn Deann and I’m 17. I like to write. And tigers. And fruit. And cookies. And books. And starting sentences with unnecessary conjunctions.

Just kidding.

But…

I do not like the smell of skunk. I know; I’m strange. Don’t stare.

I’d like to take a minute…

*Pauses, and then….*

♫ ♩ ♬ so just sit right there, I’ll tell you how I became the prince of a town called Bel-Air…. ♫ ♩ ♬

Yes, that was necessary.

Anywho. I would like to thank the amazing and talented Trish Marie Dawson, who invited me to do a guest blog! Thanks a trillion!

I’d also like to talk about tigers. Reason? I have tigers in my book THE WITCHES’ SLEEP. Okay, okay. So they aren’t full tigers. They’re weretigers. Yeah, you read right. WEREtigers. Half person, half tiger.

Best. Combination. Ever.

I’m a genius. A humble genius, that is. *Winks cockily*

Okay, so my weretigers’ tiger part of them is different from an earth tiger. They have a laryngeal.

What in the universe is that, Kaitlyn?!

The laryngeal muscle is a muscle that some — I repeat, SOME— felines have. When inhaling and exhaling, it vibrates, enabling them to purr. Tigers (from earth, that is) DO NOT have this muscle. Tigers do what is called chuffing. Sometimes it’s considered a friendly growl. They chuff when saying hello or they’re happy.

What does this have to do with weretigers?!

Chill, dude. This is a serious moment… My weretigers are NOT from earth. They are from a planet called Torx, where the dominate species are were-creatures — half person,half animal people. So what does this have to do with the laryngeal muscle? All the felines from Torx, all the were-cats, have this muscle.

I CAN DO THIS! YOU KNOW WHY?!

Because they are not from earth. They are tigers. My tigers.

The end.

Thanks for the awesome Guest Blog today Kaitlyn! You can find Kaitlyn here on her website, facebook, and Twitter.

Happy Hump-day Everyone!

4 thoughts on “Kaitlyn Deann is in the HOUSE!

  1. writermirandastork says:

    A very cool post-was it about tigers and were-tigers? I thought there was a hint of it… Kidding, it was very cool, and it was interesting to learn more about the creatures within your books. Also, you now have made the whole theme song from ‘The Fresh Prince’ stuck in my head. Not a bad thing.

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