To try it out for yourself, visit this page from the Tattered Cover Book Store and click on the "Google Preview" tab under the cover image. Or you can visit Google Books and type Miss Moo in the search box.
The Blonde was recently featured by the Children's Book Review in their Author's Showcase. She gives a short interview with Bianca Schulze about the creating of Miss Moo and what it's like writing a weekly column at Examiner.com. To read the full interview, check out this Children's Book Review link.
Cat Care Society for their Santa Paws Festival. The festival, held at the CCS building on West 6th Avenue near Sheridan, will feature homemade baked goods and handmade holiday crafts. Miss Moo is proud to be selling autographed copies of her book at this special event. All proceeds go directly to the Society. The CCS Meow Mart will also feature cat-centric items for cats and cat lovers. The festival starts Friday, December 3, from noon to 5 p.m. and continues Saturday, December 4, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Miss Moo hopes you stop by and support this cat-only animal shelter.
Miss Moo is pleased to announce The Blonde has been accepted as a member of the Cat Writers' Association. (Betcha didn't know there was such a thing, did ya?) The CWA is an organization of professionals who write, publish and broadcast about cats. Members include writers, editors, publishers, artists, public relations specialists, broadcasters and many others, all with a love of felines as a common bond. To learn more about the CWA, check out their website: www.catwriters.org
Fireside Books and Coffee in Englewood, CO, is now selling Morning, Miss Moo! Located at 410 West Hampden Avenue (near Hampden & Broadway), Fireside is a neighborhood book and coffee shop that is open 24 hours and sells both new and used books. For those who live in South Denver, this is a great place to meet friends or just browse by yourself. If you haven't bought Miss Moo yet, find it at Fireside Books and help support a local business.
5) Life is messy.
Morning, Miss Moo is now available at the Boulder Book Store, located on the Pearl Street Mall in downtown Boulder, CO. Next time you take a stroll on the mall, be sure to stop in and find Miss Moo.
4) Stretch every morning.
Colorado Parrot Head Club hosted a Miss Moo book sale at their monthly meeting at Table Steaks East in Denver. The meeting featured live music by Three Sheets and a charity raffle. Along with the usual margarita-themed raffle items, two Miss Moo paw-printed books and two $25 gift certificates to Hillside Gallery were given as prizes. The raffle raised $292 for the Cat Care Society of Lakewood, CO.
Macke appeared on Colorado and Company, Channel 9 KUSA, to promote Morning, Miss Moo. They were very nervous, but the staff, including producer Dreux DeMack and host Denise Plante, made them feel welcome and it turned out to be fun. They even got to meet Hazel Miller, Denver jazz icon. Co Co also posted a link to the Miss Moo Blog on their website.
Elaine Estern of St. John, USVI, shared a photo of her cat enjoying my new book. Looks like a winner! She also said the grandkids loved it and they even learned a new word: Ornery. Now when they are acting up, she can say they are acting like Miss Moo (hey wait, that's me!).