Here are online links where you can purchase my book, Catwoods, Stories and Studies of Our Feline Companions, Volume 1.
The indie publishers of my book have this site:
A page about my book at the Borgo Publishing website;
Borgo Publishing also has this site, where it’s under “local authors” (local here, that is):
Note: I am uncertain about whether international orders can occur at this time; the publisher said that due to the pandemic the shipping companies won’t ship outside the US. But since that may or may not have changed by now, please do write email@example.com to inquire to see if arrangements can be made.
For orders from outside the US, email firstname.lastname@example.org, found at the top of the first page of the website. It’s a local company so I know they are reliable.
From the US you should be able to click on through on the Borgo page. If there are any questions, use the email address. If you encounter any problems ordering, please let me know through comments here on the blog. Just go to the most recent post as I am not seeing a way to comment on this page, unfortunately.
On Amazon you can now only get a new copy by following the link to the publisher, where it says “1 new from 23.95” or “2 new from 23.95” (the retail price). That goes to a list of new and used copies, Borgo Publishing is always in there somewhere. At this edit time, Jan.2, 2021, it’s the second entry down.
If you are looking for a used copy you there are some of those listed on Amazon too, from other booksellers.
You can also click on the cover picture at the upper right of this page to get to Amazon.
And, I have an author page on Amazon, with lots of nice comments from readers!
You can also get the book at this link, the indielite site named for the bookstore owned by the Borgo Publishing folks, Ernest and Hadley. Although it says Catwoods is special order there, they have assured me that it’s available from this site.
Here is a review by writer Carolyn Breckinridge on Goodreads:
The Minx cat on the cover is the Muse for this project. But the Editing Cat is on the spine. His keen editing skills helped immensely!