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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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March's Story (Subscribe to read it now!):
Five opinionated cats make their plaything preferences known in this delightful collection of vignettes…
One cat turns into a sneak thief the moment she knows that a trove of her favorite cat toys has been smuggled into the house. Another cat loves nothing more than playing with crumpled up pieces of paper—that is, until her annoying little brother tries to horn in on the action. And a third is driven to obsessive, murderous frenzies by…a bunch of laminated bookmarks. The only predictable thing about cats is that they’ll always do what’s unpredictable, a lesson that cat mom Gwen Cooper keeps learning the hard way as she tries to cater to the whims and marked preferences of her five VERY opinionated felines. Can she satisfy their desire to play while protecting her own possessions from feline mischief? And how much of her sanity will she sacrifice in the process?
February's Story (Subscribe to read it now!):
Can three cats keep one woman warm in a new, strange city?
It was Gwen Cooper's lifelong dream to move to New York City--and, a few months after her twenty-ninth birthday, she takes the plunge. Everybody tells her she's crazy to move from Miami Beach to Manhattan in the cold depths of February, but she's convinced she's doing the right thing for herself, and for her three cats Scarlett, Vashti, and Homer. But the reality of numbing temperatures outside and an empty apartment indoors (the moving company she's hired refuses to deliver her furniture) makes for a tough transition. Can four homesick strangers in a strange land, with only each other to turn to, adjust to their new northern life?
January's Story (Subscribe to read it now!):
A story of resolutions gone awry to kick off the New Year...
When Gwen Cooper decided to kick off 2018 with that diet she'd been meaning to get around to, it seemed like an innocent enough decision. Who'd object to a 10-pound weight loss? As it turned out, however, both Gwen's husband and her needy (and "knead-y") cat Clayton were more addicted to the tactile pleasures of her excess flesh than she'd realized. As flab turns to muscle and disappears altogether, a fierce rivalry for whatever is left develops between man and cat. Who will come out on top? And will Gwen be able to avoid breaking her resolution and turning to a decadent chocolate cake to manage the stress of it all?
November/December Story (Subscribe to read it now!):
There's no snooze button on a hungry cat...
The change of seasons affects everyone differently. But for two pampered pusses used to getting everything they want on a very strict schedule, the time of year when clocks “fall back” always comes as an unwelcome surprise. Feline shenanigans and temper tantrums ensue, despite the best the efforts of an indulgent cat mom to cushion the annual blow of having scheduled meals take place (gasp!) one whole hour later than the cats are used to. Can this furry family make it from Halloween to Christmas with their sanity intact?
October's Story (Subscribe to read it now!):
A real-life tale of feline love at first sight. . .
It's rare for two cats even to like each other th first time they meet. But when Bruiser the backyard feral and Fanny the housecat lock eyes, they're instantly smitten. Seeking out glimpses of each other through the windowed door that separates them, they exchange "gifs" (toy mice from Fanny, real mice from Bruiser) try to touch paws through the glass, and hope to someday meet in purr-son. But it's more than glass that keeps them apart--can trule love ever tame a wild-at-heart outdoor cat?