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review 2019-02-13 15:18
A Tale of Two Kitties
A Tale of Two Kitties (Magical Cats) - Sofie Kelly

#9 of Magical Cool Cats


Katie is the library director with two magical cats - Hercules who can turn himself invisible and then Owen who can walk through walls. The old post office was being moved and many letters and pictures were found hidden behind shelving and the library is trying to help get pictures back to people. As they prepare for a celebration of the opening of the Carnegie Library, they are fixing it all up and decide to have all the old photos framed and hung up in the hopes that this would help find out who was in them and get them to the people. While this is happening, Mia's uncle returns to town and her grandfather is also there. When Mia's grandfather is found dead, Katie works to find out who would want him dead and why, to help her boyfriend, the police detective. 


The story was different and I will try reading some of the other books. 

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review 2019-02-02 19:18
Star Trek Cats - Jenny Parks Star Trek Cats - Jenny Parks

This takes famous scenes from Classic Trek and reimagines them with cats.  The choice of cats is interesting.  It is a cute little read.

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text 2019-02-02 11:00
Book Tour & Giveaway with Guest Post! A Spell of Murder (Witch Cats of Cambridge #1) Clea Simon!




Hello, Readers! It’s time to snuggle up & get warm while reading a cozy mystery! I am here today, to tell all about one that’s on tour – A Spell of Murder – the 1st book in the Witch Cats of Cambridge series by Clea Simon! Enjoy & don’t forget to enter the giveaway!







A Spell of Murder
Witch Cats of Cambridge Book 1
by Clea Simon
Genre: Cozy Mystery

“It’s Harriet’s fault. It’s always her fault, not that she’ll ever admit it.” So begins A Spell of Murder: A Witch Cats of Cambridge mystery, the first in a new cozy series that mixes feline fiction with a touch of the paranormal, and a little romance as well.


Becca, newly single and newly unemployed, wants to believe she has psychic powers. With nothing but time – and a desire for empowerment – she’s studying to become a witch. What she doesn’t know is that her three cats – Harriet, Laurel, and Clara – are the ones with the real power. And when Harriet – “a cream-colored longhair with more fur than commonsense” – conjures a pillow for her own comfort, Becca believes her spells are finally working. Could that be why Trent, the coven’s devilishly handsome leader, has been showing her special attention? Or why Suzanne, a longtime coven member, draws her aside to share a secret – a confidence that may lead to murder?






Goodreads - https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/40732893-a-spell-of-murder






AVAILABLE in print or ebook


Amazon - https://www.amazon.com/Spell-Murder-Witch-Cats-Cambridge-ebook/dp/B07F76HP99






Let’s give a great big welcome to Clea Simon for joining us today! She is going to tell us why cats are part of her stories!


Thanks for joining us, Clea!




Why do I write mysteries with cats in them? Isn’t it obvious? Cats make the best characters!

Although not all of my books feature cats, most do. In fact, all but one of my 25 mysteries features cats prominently. Sometimes, the cats are the narrators – like in my Blackie and Care series. Sometimes, they’re the sidekicks, like in my Pru Marlowe pet noirs. Sometimes, the cats talk – Pru and her tabby Wallis have long discussions. Sometimes, well, they’re just cats – like in my Theda Krakow mysteries (like Mew is for Murder), where my heroine loves her kitties and sets out to save some felines in distress, but they don’t talk to her – or she to them.

And sometimes, like in my new “Witch Cats of Cambridge” series, the cats are the smart ones. Take Clara, for example. This little calico is the voice of reason in the new A Spell of Murder, looking out for her human Becca, even while her older littermaters, Harriet and Laurel, are, well, a little more traditionally feline in their self-absorption. (Don’t get me wrong, Laurel and Harriet both love Becca – and they come through in the end – but they’re really concerned with their snacks and who gets to sleep in the sunny spot on the windowsill.)

Why do I write such a wide array of kitties? Because I see them this way, each with their own unique personality. In fact, I think they all deserve their own book, don’t you?





Paperback copy of Parrots Prove Deadly by Clea Simon


Follow the tour HERE for exclusive excerpts, guest posts and a giveaway!




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Clea Simon is the author of "A Spell of Murder," the first in her new "Witch Cats of Cambridge" series. She is also the author of "World Enough," a rock 'n' roll noir, as well as the Blackie and Care series (most recently "Cross My Path") chronicling the adventures of the pink-haired Care and the black feral cat who loves her. In addition to these darker books, she is also the author of the Dulcie Schwartz feline mysteries, the Pru Marlowe pet noir mysteries, and the Theda Krakow mysteries, as well as three nonfiction books, including The Feline Mystique: On the Mysterious Connection Between Women and Cats.


The recipient of multiple honors, including the Cat Writers Associations Presidents Award, she lives in Somerville, Massachusetts, with her husband, Jon Garelick, and their cat, Musetta.


Website - https://www.cleasimon.com/

Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/CleaSimonAuthor


Twitter - https://twitter.com/Clea_Simon


InstaGram - https://www.instagram.com/cleasimon_author


Amazon - https://www.amazon.com/Clea-Simon/e/B000APUNRK


Goodreads - https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/49559.Clea_Simon










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text 2019-01-17 08:47
MbD is not a happy camper... and neither is Carlito

I'm late getting home from work today by ONE hour ...  ONE!  and my beautiful boy Carlito:



is a shadow of his former self:


Apparently, 'lito had 2 or 3 matted spots on his sides that the groomer couldn't cut out, so she and MT decided it was best to go full-on lion's cut on his poor feline self.  Because it would look better than the 2-3 bald spots on his sides.  More consistent.  Consistently awful.   


Somebody is in the doghouse for this one ... and it's not my poor, sweet, bald-ass kitty.  Who looks absolutely ridiculous.


The rest of me used to look as fluffy as my tail... why?  WHY???

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review 2019-01-14 22:58
Herding Cats - Sarah Andersen

Ehhhh... io AMO e voglio sposare questa donna! OMG! Le sue vignette sono come al solito spassosissime e rappresentano in pieno la mia vita (a parte quelle dedicate all'arte e alla vita degli artisti ovviamente... io a malapena so disegnare un cerchio!). Incredibile vedere come nonostante gli anni Sarah stia riuscendo a portare avanti questo "progetto" senza renderlo per forza banale... le sue vignette continuano ad essere geniali e nonostante tra tutti mi sia piaciuto forse un filino in meno... mi sento di consigliarlo ugualmente a..... TUTTI! Sono sicura che troverete un pizzico di Sarah in ognuno di voi LMAO!

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