September 11, 2020

Look! The Book Y'all Helped Write With All Your Questions

 

Last year, Buddah and I sat down and had a nice talk. It started as an interview--with most of the questions supplied by y'all--but after a while it turned into a conversation, and we just...talked.

This is it, the book where Buddah gets a say, and where the King of the Run-On Sentence maybe, just maybe, starts to listen.

Oh, and he wrote the afterword.

Like, he wrote it yesterday, the Woman jetted it off to the editor, and it made it into the book before it was took late.

The digital version is available now on Amazon for the Kindle and Kindle apps, and will start to propagate to other digital retailers soon. The print version might start showing up this weekend, but sometimes it's slower to work its way through the distribution system.

This is a little more than a conversation. There's also some writing advice for Buddah that extends to anyone who needs it, but most of all, some peace for us both.

5 comments:

Eastside Cats said...

Since we don't have a Kindle, we'll have to wait for a print version, Max...but we'll get one, I promise!
Concats!

pilch92 said...

That is so cool.

Mark's Mews (Ayla, Marley, and Laz) said...

We are glad Max and Buddah had the conversations. Sounds like free food to us... MOL!

da tabbies o trout towne said...

dood....yur brother; kneadz ta meet R cuzin, dai$y queen oh de run on sentence !!! hay, best best BEST fishez two ewe; we hope thiz book sellz 90 trazillion coppeez !!! CONGA RATZ... pleez ta let uz noe when itz like paper style :) ♥♥☺☺

catladymac said...

Since I wasn't reading Max from the beginning, this filled in some of the backstory I had wondered about ! I just wondered what the sickness was that Buddah brought in with his cooties and made Max so sick ? (Sounded a bit like calici virus ?) It's a really sweet book (sorry Max, I know you probably don't do sweet) especially the parts where the two cats talk about getting older, as I am geriatric myself. And you still have a few things to look forward to, which is encouraging ! Purrs !