On Friday, I hit the publish button. Heart Stopper And Other Stories is back on Amazon! Four stories, 177 pages of scary goodness.
Crystal Collier's blog will feature me this week for Writerly Wednesday on June 15. Stop by to play her fabulous 2 truths and a lie game for a chance to win a free e-copy of Heart Stopper.
. . . And now, back to our irregularly scheduled program. ***
When I was in grad school, digital cameras were just becoming all the rage. My dissertation professor, a fan of new technology, got one right away, but then lamented not having the perfect subject to test his new toy. You see, he noticed that a huge majority of pictures posted on the web were of the fluffy and whiskered variety. Yep, I'm talking cats.
This tradition is alive and well, and with a new fur baby in our house, I thought it was high time to share some images of Dove. Here is a feline fairy tale in pictures.
Once upon a time, the lady of a messy house decided to continue to ignore said mess in order to make a cardboard castle for her kids:
Her construction turned out freaking huge, but that was good. Because several years later, Princess Dove would come to the castle gates:
After passing through, she prances over the bridge and finds a tasty knight to attack:
The knight gets away (as the lady of the house warns Princess Dove about chewing on plastic). Not to be deterred, Princess Dove dives into the tunnel!
Hmmm. Princess Dove has a might big bottom for a kitten. Might be time to stop scarfing down all those Friskies. Anyway, stealth kitty makes her way to the other side, almost.
And after several moments of making the lady of the house go Awww with her absolutely adorable cuteness power, she finds the knight, and . . .
Whoa! That knight is toast. Who let Princess Dove get into the habanero sauce again?
Big thanks to my daughter, Sedona, the photographer. You rock. The final picture contains an image of fire taken from here by Jeramey Jannene.
Do you have funny pets? Love to take their picture? Ever built your own toys?