Monday, September 24, 2012

A special giveaway!


I work at a publishing company (of magazines and books), and once in a while I can snag a freebie. I got an early copy of a book called "taming me," with a cat on the cover, so I took it home. I recently read it and found it quite good. It's the story of a feral cat (told from the cat's point of view) on Cat Cay island.

This book will be published on October 16--National Feral Cat Day! I'd like to pay it forward in honor of our feral Bella, and give this book away to a cat lover. Simply leave a comment to enter the drawing. I'll draw a name on September 27 and post the winner's name on the 28th.

Note: this book is an advance copy. There are a few typos, but I didn't find them distracting.

Good luck!

12 comments:

brandi said...

Mommy loves books. Especially kitty books. And I think I was a feral kitty my first year. I can't remember. But I do remember my gotcha day! Mommy's still looking at Sadie's baby pictures. She's still aaawwwing and ooooing!

Fuzzy Tales said...

That's a lovely give-away! Good luck to those who enter (we won't).

Happy Monday!

Angel and Kirby said...

That sounds like a fun book!

Old Kitty said...

Yay!!! Sounds amazing!!! Yes please! Thank you! Take care
x

Katnip Lounge said...

We'd like to try and win this for our Mommy!

Roberta said...

That cover kitty looks a lot like Tucker. It sure looks like a good cat book.

The Island Cats said...

What an interesting book!

Jasper Jazzbones said...

Oh yay! Moms says my black kitteh is a "stray" so this might help dems.

The Adventures of Scarlett and Melly said...

I'd like to enter! This might be a good one for our informal kitty book club--if I win, I'll pass it along to another cat lover to read!

Katie and Glogirly said...

It's a wonderful book!
We have an advance copy too, so please don't enter us....
: ) Katie & Glogirly

amyjtoo said...

me, me!

~*Connie*~ said...

What a wonderful book idea! I hope it does very well!

Two kitties on the porch couch

Ringo and Lucy both love to sneak out on the porch anytime they can (with sneak meaning that Jim opens the door for them).