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Curl Up with a Cat Tale!

Gwen Cooper returns with the ongoing adventures of her much-beloved, world-famous fur family in the Curl Up with a Cat Tale Series--filled with all the humor and heart Gwen's devoted readership has come to know and love!

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 February's Story (Subscribe to read it now!):

A love that dare not show its whiskers...

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Clayton and Fanny have always been affectionate cats—although, unlike Clayton, Fanny has usually preferred expressing love for her humans in quiet moments and private places. Now, however, Fanny will only love her two adoring human slaves one at a time, and only at times that are kept strictly secret—even from each other! As Gwen ponders the mystery of Fanny’s new clampdown on PDAs, she can’t help but wonder: Will she be able to enjoy “cuddle time” with her husband and her cat together ever again?

January's Story (Subscribe to read it now!):

Never send to know for whom the cat yowls...she yowls for thee!

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Cats are highly opinionated creatures, notorious for plainly expressing their likes and dislikes--often in the strongest "language" possible.  Perhaps the most powerful communications weapon in any cat's arsenal (aside from the dreaded claws, of course) is the high-spirited yowl.  In this month's Curl Up with a Cat Tale story, Gwen takes a look at all five of her felines in turn and some of their most memorable moments (Homer's repeated and yowling demands for steam baths, Scarlett's incessantly complaining caterwauling, and Clayton's over-the-top reaction when his beloved mom's lap suddenly becomes unavailable due to injury) in the long and distinguished hiss-tory of feline operatics.

October's Story (Subscribe to read it now!):

When you write a book, a single extraordinary reader can change your life...

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This mont's very special Cat Tale is an exclusive "sneak peek" at Homer's World: The 10th Anniversary "Homer's Odyssey" Scrapbook and celebrates one of the most extraordinary animal rescuers I was privileged to meet after Homer's Odyssey was published.  A big and heartfelt "thank you!" to everyone who's helped to make this journey possible!

August's Story (Subscribe to read it now!):

"This is why we can't have nice things!"

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Every rose has its thorn, and every cat has its claws.  They say that love hurts...but does it have to hurt this much?  Every cat lover knows that bringing a furry friend into our lives entails certain trade-offs, and with humor and heart Gwen takes a look at all the cats she's loved before--cats who've left pawprints on her heart...and a few more tangible souvenirs on her skin, clothing, and furniture!


July's Story (Subscribe to read it now!):

A story about what happiness sounds like...

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Clayton “the Tripod” and his litter-mate, Fanny, are two adorable kittens adopted by Gwen Cooper in part to provide company to Homer, left as a reluctant only cat following the passing of his beloved big sister, Scarlett. When initial introductions between the blind senior feline and two rambunctious kittens don’t go as well as hoped, however, Gwen thinks she’s found the purr-fect solution: an “early warning” system—designed to let Homer know whenever a kitten approaches—in the form of two belled collars for the kittens to wear. Can the jingle-jangle chaos that ensues ever bring love and joy back to Homer’s grieving heart?





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