Tag Archives: Behavior
ROMANCE, MYSTERY, OR COUNTRY NOIR?
I’m heavy into the final revision of Placid River Runs Deep, my soon-to-be-published mystery involving a heroine with hepatitis, a not-so-peaceful country get-away, and a revenge plot that has spanned the generations. As I read along, searching for … Continue reading
THE GREAT AMERICAN CHRISTMAS
I am not good at Christmas. Months before December 25th, I’m plagued with stress – little wiggle worms in my brain saying got to find the perfect gift. There is a lot to do this time of year: decorate the … Continue reading
SAVE A CAT – SAVE THE WORLD
Somewhere in another world, loving people are taking cats for walks in the dry, red sun of a high desert canyon. They are preparing food in small dishes with cat figures on them. They are petting and grooming and … Continue reading
KITTY HOW-TO INSTRUCTION MANUAL: Lost or Crazy-Wild?
People often confuse the terms, feral and stray. Sometimes the words are even used synonymously. But a feral cat and a stray cat have entirely different stories to tell and utterly dissimilar ways of telling that story. Lost cat’s sad … Continue reading
News about CATS’ EYES, A Crazy Cat Lady Mystery
Just got word from my editor that Cats’ Eyes, the first in my series of Lynley Cannon Crazy Cat Lady Mysteries, could be out on Kindle before Christmas! What if a retired cat-lady found a stolen sixty-eight carat chunk of … Continue reading
KITTY HOW-TO INSTRUCTION MANUAL: Happy Cat
“In ancient times, cats were worshipped as gods; they have not forgotten this.” Think cat. What would your home be like? Beds, hideaways, toys, litter boxes and food stations would figure prominently. Scratching posts, window perches and cat-formatted videos might … Continue reading