All-new stories about Homer and the gang every month...
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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July's Story (Subscribe to read it now!):
A story about what happiness sounds like...
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?
June's Story (Subscribe to read it now!):
The thrilling conclusion to last month's cliffhanger ending!
If you've been waiting on the edge of your seat to find out how the story ends alfter May's cliffhanger ending, then wait no longer! "Scenes From a Move, Part 2" is ready and waiting for you to read right MEOW!
May's Story (Subscribe to read it now!):
Moving to a new home is never easy. Throw two mischievous cats into the mix, and all bets are off...
Clayton the Tripod and his litter-mate, Fanny, have had an easy life--living in the same comfortable, sun-drenched home since they were practically ki-ttens, undisputed rulers of the three-story brownstone they called their own. Then one day the unthinkable happens: their humans decide to move to a new house. Suddenly, the familiar home they've loved so well and known for so long is thrown into complete chaos--a chaos that their own antics do plenty to exacerbate. Can two cranky kitties and their adoring human slaves manage this major life change without completely losing their minds? And what awaits our feline duo on the other side of Moving Day...?
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?