Announcing Two New Columns for Pet Readers and Writers

Meow, there. It’s Sneaky with some mews for all my pawsome readers. I am planning to start two new columns on this blog for pet readers and writers. The first will be my “Mew Release Spotlight” where I will feature new pet books. If you are an author who writes any pet-related book either fiction or non-fiction and have an upcoming release, I would like to include your book in this section. All I need is a cover image of the book, some details about it, and a short bio about you, the author.

My other new column will be “Purrfect Picks” where I will accept reviews of new pet titles by authors and/or readers. I just need a brief review along with a paw rating (1 to 5 paws), 5 paws being the highest rating. I will also be contributing to this column, so if you would like your book reviewed, please let me know. I’m a busy kitty, but I will try to fit in what I can. No need to send me review copies (unless they are paperback) because my paws have trouble with e-Readers. Luckily, I live in the library and usually can get my paws on hard copies.

I’m also still interviewing pet characters and sharing Feature Friday Films usually of cats doing cute things. If you have any other suggestions on what you’d like me to add to this blog, please submit a comment or email my author at debbiewriter@yahoo.com.

 

 

Sneaky’s Review of Oliver: The Cat Who Saved Christmas by

oliverbookcat I am twitching my tail in excitement to share a special book with you, my very fur-st review and one that you will find purr-fect for the holidays.

This charming tale, told by a cat to a kitten about his life and how he came to be “The Cat Who Saved Christmas,” is purrfect for all ages.

When Oliver, the local pub cat, loses his home in a fire, he is befriended by two couples who take him in and share his care until his owner returns from London where he is temporarily staying with his sister who has cat allergies. To repay the people who shelter him and because he becomes aware of how profoundly the pub’s loss affected the entire village, Oliver sets out to make things right.

Although he has many setbacks including being chased off the large property of the rich man in town whose young, ill daughter looks forward to his secret visits, Oliver manages to bring the joy of the holidays to all.

I found this to be a sweet and heartwarming story that was so comforting it made me knead my blankets.

I highly recommend it and give it 5 purrs. pawprint pawprint pawprint pawprint pawprint