I am always very grateful for the support and encouragement I get from you, my readers. Not just for visiting me here on this Blog and commenting from time to time; but also for your support of my book writings, for purchasing my books, and for writing your Customer Reviews on AMAZON.
Also, some of you, from time to time, write your own reviews on your Blogs about me and my books. And for this I am eternally grateful.
If it was not for all your encouragement, quite frankly, I would stop writing. And my life would revert back to doing all the chores in the house. Why is it that it's only me who has to clean the cat's litter tray, and pick up the dog's poop from the garden? And feed the goldfish, clean their tank, and when they die, grill them for a few minutes and have them in a sandwich?
So, your encouragement and support keep me hidden in my computer study typing away like mad and writing yet another book. Let someone else eat the goldfish, that's what I say.
With gratitude in mind, let me now thank profusely Manny for his write-up on his Blog about my book "Feline Catastrophes".
"Feline Catastrophes" was first published in Kindle format in 2010 and has been moderately successful. Even I bought a copy. It is also available to download FREE from HERE. And the good news is that it will also soon be available in paperback format from your favourite bookseller. I'll let you know when it's ready.
So it is particularly fortuitous that Manny wrote about it right now.
Manny often visits and comments on this Blog. He is an engineer by profession, but also the most prolific reader I have ever met. He reads at least a hundred books a year. All sorts of books, from the classics like Dante, to foreign books like Victor Hugo, as well as being extremely knowledgeable in music and several other subjects. You should really pay him a visit on his Blog.
He has been very kind to write about "Feline Catastrophes" HERE.
Not only is his article worth reading, but it will also give you an opportunity to sample all the other articles Manny writes about. Just look down the list on his right-hand column and check out the variety of subjects talked about there. From art, to music, to science, to religion, to personal Blogs about his family, to "Feline Catastrophes".
Did I tell you Manny has a cat named Tiger? See his photo HERE. (The cat's - not Manny's photo).
God bless you and all my readers.