Travelogue Mode
Reviews for my books in the reviewers' own words

Below you will find five reviews chosen randomly from hundreds of reviews sent in by my really lovely and rather cuddly readers for my books "Getting Out" and "The Cat's Travelogue." I knew I was brilliant but until now I didn't know just how brilliant I was, so thanks to all of my readers and do keep sending your comments, I really value them.

If you want to write to The Cat his personal email address is thecat@thecatsdiary.com, it by-passes all of the flunkies who troll about working for me, I promise.

Kay (Bulgaria)
One of the things I liked about The Cat was that he had very strong opinions on almost everything: British/US spelling such as color (I have always thought that Americans cared about ‘U’ after all they are always wishing one, ‘You have a nice day,’), hygiene (”Is there anything more hygienic than a Cat?“), taking notes (”it is a little like talking to one’s self and therefore should be kept to a minimum because it must be a sign of madness“), and many many more. Nevertheless he does admit he cannot know it all, usually justifying it by saying something like “what do I know, I’m just a cat” :) The manuscript contains some pretty funny scenes, one of my favorites being the part where Cat’s “Captors” try to acquaint him with the litter box. When I got my cat one of the first things I did was to look up on Google how does one get a cat to use the litter box. The answer was something along the lines of “show him the litter box, then take its front paws and dig around a bit”. Which is what I did (and luckily my cat got the idea from the first) and also what Cat’s owners (slash “Captors”) did. It was thus interesting to see the situation I’ve been in through Cat’s eyes — he considered it to be forced labor! :) :) It is perhaps worth mentioned that reading this manuscript has been a novel experience for me, because I was, for the very first time, rooting for the main hero not to succeed I didn’t want the story to end.
Sera Finn (Liverpool, UK)
I am seriously Laughing out Loud as I finally got over here and read some of your book! Very creative, you are! And yes, I still like to speak like Yoda! heh!
Tina Samuels (Glenwood, Arkansas, US)
As always you make me laugh out loud and even make me call my husband over to read something to him. You can make him laugh too, did I ever tell you that? Your book is great, but you knew that didn't you?
OllyTed (ollyted.me.uk, UK)

Mee nd all th boys ar enjoyin yur buk beary lots

@OllyTed @TheCatsDiary mee nd all th boys ar enjoyin yur buk beary lots
Tina Samuels (Glenwood, Arkansas, US)
When you say you can't put the new book down, your not kidding. I got my copy and started reading it and then the next thing I knew was my husband wanting to know when dinner would be ready. I had been reading for hours. So I stopped that evening and fed my poor long suffering spouse. The next morning I got up and finished you wonderful book that day. My daughter in law was concerned because I wasn't moving so she slipped up behind my and with a trembling hand she checked for a pulse at my neck. I didn't move but I asked her, "dear what are you doing?" She squealed and said she thought I was dead! I bet that's a side effect you didn't count on when reading your book is it? It's more than perfect, so much more!