Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Ghost Cats Reviews


I'm just too busy right now to think. At least, that's my excuse.

A few reader reviews of Ghost Cats of the South have shown up at the Barnes & Noble website. And, of course, I am very pleased. Some people have time to read right now. Dang.

"I wish I could give 6 stars .... A reviewer (blhll50@yahoo) 09/14/2008. I wish I could give 6 stars because this book is more than a collection of short stories, they are short stories that read like screenplays. They will remind you, as they did me, of the old '60's TV series, THE TWILIGHT ZONE centering on stories that involve a cat in some way. Some will stay with you, haunt you, while others will make you think. This is a great book for anyone wanting the escape of good short story writing."

"Face Eating Cat .... Mark, a book lover, 09/13/2008. I agree with the previous reviewer, some of the stories are not for the faint of heart, but most are just good ghost stories with cats as part of the story. I also agree that this book is for anyone over the age of 12 that is looking for well written, thought provoking stories that make your spine tingle as you read them."

"Great Ghost Stories! A reviewer, a jr.hi teacher, 09/11/2008. The stories in Ghost Cats of the South live up to the title's name, some are sweet gentle stories of Southern kitties, but be warned, some will scare the socks off you! This is a great book for anyone over the age of 12!"

4 comments:

Beth said...

Great reviews, Ghost! And well-deserved. I too am looking forward to having time to read it - heck, to read anything. Safe travels - enjoy the journey!

Ms. Florida Transplant said...

Thanks for the comment!

I grew up in a little town outside of Springfield - Republic. Where are you and your wife from?

I love reading about ghost encounters. I'm looking forward to reading through your blog!

Jovanka said...

Wow! A ghost enthusiast who supports P.A.W.S.?? Consider me a fan!

I can't wait to read you book! I live in a house with a ghost cat (and several living ones, some of whom play with the Shadow Cat).

Let me know if you ever do a talk in Belgium!

Chava said...

Good words.