My first and only ebook has been out 2 years today.
If you know someone considering getting a cat, let them know about this short, inexpensive book.
I was thinking about writing this for non-authors just to give a sneak peek into the world of those of us making trying to make a living writing but I’ll end with a fact long time KDP authors may not know changed on July 1, 2015. Continue reading
I was compelled to write, You Had Me at Meow; Considerations before Adopting your Cat after hearing one too many times things just like this:
Read my personal part and the rest of the story here http://atmeow.com/
$2.99 on Amazon http://tinyurl.com/atMeow
It’s Caturday and I can’t think of a better day to tell you about my new book.
You Had Me at Meow; Considerations before Adopting your Cat, encourages responsible pet ownership and discusses questions to consider before adopting, taking in a re-homed cat or a rescue, bringing in a stray or searching for a breeder.
This quick little read will hopefully create awareness of the lifetime commitment. If you already provide a loving home but know someone who could use this … please share.
Available NOW exclusively at Amazon. You do not need a Kindle to read it. Use free Kindle reading apps to read on your computer, tablet or even your phone.
I was pulled to write this book after hearing one too many times about cats being surrendered or abandoned. Shares, likes, and reviews are appreciated. And a big shout out to Cyndi Hodges for the editing help.
That pretty cat on the front is my first cat, Skeamer. She is only with us in memory but I’m thankful for the 17 years we had with her.
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I don’t like to read on a tablet, I’m not a member of Kindle Unlimited, I haven’t used Createspace or pub’d and ebook but for those of you who have you might want to read this- especially if your sales are not what they used to be.
A fellow CWA member is offering her new Kindle eBook for free this weekend.
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