The Cats of Piran need YOUR help!
Hello, my friends from cyber space! I don't post much these days but let me assure you that I am alive and kicking as ever.
We live in troubled times and care must be exercised in order to provide for our families and still enjoy life to the full. The harvest season is almost over for my tomatoes and they are all dehydrated and sealed in air-tight packs. Now can I have someone helping me clearing the polytunnel, please???? (Feeling lazy today!)
Anyway, back to the topic. Sometimes after a long day at work, in the yard or at home, office, you get the idea, it's good to curl up in our sofa and enjoy a good read with a cuddly cat keeping us warm! I have guinea pigs and they are surprisingly cuddly and pleasant with their cooing noises.
But deep down I am a a cat lover and as such, this year I am planning to buy as Christmas gifts a few copies of the new novel, "The wild cats of Piran", which is a fabulous, well written, charming story about a colony of wild cats and their Queen in the historical city of Piran, (Europe).
This novel is equally enjoyable from age 9 to 99, so I warmly invite you to join the Author and help him to be as successful as he can, because his work is truly original and the characters memorable. There are some good offers and gifts for those who jump in to help the crowd funding campaign.
The style is unique and flowery and suitable for early readers, home-schoolers and all adults. In fact I can't think of any category of readers who will NOT be able to enjoy the colourful imagery created by The Cats of Piran in a few fresh strokes from the brilliant mind of New Zealander writer Scott Alexander Young.
I had the privilege of helping him a bit with some final editing and it's a pleasure to share this novel with you, my friends, as the time for Christmas shopping appears and the usual quest for the perfect gift starts.
So, let's donate a few dollars or pounds to this good cause - or at least buy a fresh copy off the press in a couple of weeks (in the USA). You will not regret it for sure! In fact I have the feeling that this title will be remembered long after the Christmas season is over. It is dangerously close to becoming an instant best seller.
Distribution will be via Random House.