“Meet the Cat Family” Series Coming Along


As promised, the “International Lineages” volume went up as an eBook on Google today, at least per the dashboard, but I haven’t seen it live to link to yet.

Also, that book, the volume on African cats, and the separate big-cat paperback are now live on Amazon again. You can check them out through the menu up above or here. (The two domestic-cat books show up there, too, but they are still down for editing at some unspecified time in the future.)

As soon as Amazon reviewers are done with it, the new Asian cats volume will be there, too.

I went ahead and put that together at home here, since it looks like public library computers are going to be unavailable for the duration.

It went okay, but that home mobile processing may be why Google is being a little tetchy today. Also, I couldn’t get fancy with the pictures but was able to include a few in each chapter.

If and when the books, including Asian small cats, go live on Google, I’ll add links to them to the right-hand sidebar of the blog.

All that’s left now is South American cats — the ocelot lineage. Look for that in the next week. I didn’t goof off; I expanded my horizons, during this stay-at-home time, by taking a journalism specialization through Coursera to boost my professional skills and also finally got out more on social media (okay, that last one is a little distracting).

And I spent more time on each blog post (including non-feline topics) and book chapter.

I think it was worth it.

So, look for an invasion of small spotted Latin American cats on the Intertubes soon.

Thank you so very much for helping me do this, just by coming here and reading posts and responding to them.


Featured image: Eric Kilby, CC BY-SA 2.0



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