Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Suitcase Time

As you can see by Target's inspection, I'm packing.

I'm off to Spain for two weeks to see my mum, and my brother is coming too. T-man is staying home with the kitties and then he is off to see his mum in the US next month.   

We'll keep our Facebook page updated once a day or so, and the Twitter feed will be going too but slowly. 

See you when in a fortnight!

PS If you're looking for a romantic summer read, check out The Gift; on Summer Sale at 25% off until 31st July only.

Monday, July 15, 2013

Kitties Collapso

I'm gearing up for end of semester exams - and doing the usual work and writing etc etc - so things are a bit fraught.

Meanwhile, the cats are working in their own way.



My!  Am I glad I bought a treadmill!

You can see their secret thoughts by rolling your mouse over the picture.

PS, also made a new cover for Wildcat in Moscow, a fast paced romance.  Check it out here.

Saturday, July 06, 2013

Guido: I Am A Famous Hunter!

Hey, Guido here! I am Famous! The Pet wrote a story for the newspaper and I was in it!

There was a lot of dull stuff about how cats don't hunt by instinct but by learning it from their mummy cats.  I skipped that bit and focused on the important part: me!  

The Pet says she's Furry Impressed by my hunting skills.  And she loves the way I never kill anything!

It also had a picture of me, Hunting. 

I've decided to give her a present.  Tomorrow morning I shall go and catch a Frog.  One of those slippery ones that jumps like the Blazes.  I shall give it to her, in bed, at about 5AM, as a Surprise.  I've done it once before and she was so happy that she screamed.

Pawsome!

PS, we've got a sponsor today, Pamperedpawgift, an online pet shop with some pawsome treats.  Check them out!
 

Monday, July 01, 2013

Target Has Hysterics

Yesterday we were preparing our usual Sunday BBQ (lamb, supplemented by a stir-fry of mushrooms, aubergine and French beans in garlic).

Target adores this kind of day, and was happily lying behind my feet in the kitchen. I'm convinced he does this so that I will trip over him and then he can claim extra lamb in "compensation".

Anyway, the kitchen cats were playing in the trees outside, full of the joys of life after a boiled chicken liver breakfast.  Climbing about, they looked into the kitchen and shouted, "Meoooooooooooowwwwww!" as in, "Look at meeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!"

Target took one look and had a hissy fit. He was convinced they were after me, his lunch or both.  So he got up onto the counter and guarded the lamb.

He didn't sniff at it, lick it or go near it; he just sat there and watched it.  And every now and again, he turned to look over his shoulder to hiss at the outside cats.


I do love my little fur brain.

Roll your mouse over him to see what he's thinking.

Also, I found some errors in Wildcat in Moscow, the romance I wrote last year.  If you bought it, please download the new version. If you haven't, please check it out.  The next book, Murder in Moscow, will be out soon.