Thanks for your email. I actually know two women who want to become book bloggers. They like sci-fi, fantasy and romance. If you'd like me to pass along their contact info, please provide me with your private email and I'll put the three of you together.
Darius, the resident Persian cat, narrates the lives of five households in this exclusive, private close somewhere in the English countryside. You will meet folk from all different walks of life, from American, Turkish, Jewish, Muslim, rich to poor, the lucky, the unlucky.
The stories, some funny, some sad, will unveil people from all over the world with the same fears and aspirations. Doesn’t matter what language you speak, how big your stamp collection, people are people. Wherever in the world you live, a tear is a tear, a headache is a headache and a smile is a smile. Life is the same all over. So every person holding this book is already in it.
Can none of us escape what’s meant to be? As Darius might say, “Take me for instance. My life could have been very different. I could have ended up being owned by a raving alcoholic, eating smelly scraps out of a plastic bowl. Only I didn’t. I am fed on the best tuna money can buy, served in a silver bowl engraved with my name. So what’s all that about then? As my mother says, ‘Kismet, fate, call it what you like’.”
Hi Kelli! Thanks so much for the welcome! You should now see us as an email subscriber on your blogs, as well as a twitter follower! Do you have a facebook page (because I’ll be happy to “like” there as well)?
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