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The Catmage Chronicles
It's been hundreds of years since the Darkness last surfaced, a grim time when both humans and Catmages lost their lives. But now the Wild Ones work with humans again, and thirteen-year-old Andy Cohen gets the surprise of his life when a talking cat shows up in his front yard. Goldeneyes, a powerful Catmage, needs Andy’s help. In the exciting first installment of this new series, Meryl Yourish takes the reader into a world of magical cats, dark powers, and a boy who finds himself entangled in their war.
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I’m having a reading and book-signing at the Richmond JCC tomorrow, and will be doing the same again in a couple of weeks at Or Ami’s book fair. It will be nice to see how my own Jewish community likes … Continue reading
My book is being featured Saturday at The Fussy Librarian, a new website that offers personalized ebook recommendations via an opt-in mailing list. You choose from 30 genres and indicate preferences about content and then the computers work their magic. … Continue reading
My first novel will have been out a year tomorrow. If some of you haven’t bought it yet, well, now’s the time to raise my monthly average for the first year’s sales. You can get it on Amazon, Kobo, or … Continue reading
Writing and working. I’m overdue with book two, so I’m playing catch-up. It MUST get done before the Christmas rush. Also, doctors. Alas, my tooth cannot be saved, so as of next Monday, I will have an odd number of … Continue reading
Glenn Reynolds linked my book today, and I made a nice number of new readers. So here, have a cat picture. It’s Tig in the sun. You can see where they shaved him for the IV.
I recently read/reviewed a new book for teenage boys, a SF mystery set on a space station in the 24th century. Highly recommend it, especially if you’ve got boys who like to read (or if you just plain like to … Continue reading
This is what’s wrong with modern poetry. It can’t compare to the classical, metered poems. Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening, by Robert Frost. Whose woods these are I think I know. His house is in the village though; … Continue reading
Have you bought my book yet? Well, if you have, you have contributed to two milestones: I made the 250th sale a couple of weeks ago, and this week, I passed four figures in earnings. While that may not seem … Continue reading
CNN discovers racism in the Zimmerman case: Honestly, could they be any more hypocritical? Good for you, Jo: J.K. Rowling wrote a crime novel under a pseudonym–and people loved it. The difference between its reception, and the reception of The … Continue reading