Monday, November 26, 2018

Blog Tour: Tammy the Little Cat with a Big Attitude by Liane Carter


Book Details:

Book Title: Tammy The Little Cat With a Big Attitude by Liane Carter

Category: Adult Non-fiction, 140 pages

Genre: Pets / Memoir (told from cat's perspective)

Publisher: Independently published

Release date: September 28, 2018

Tour dates: Nov 26 to Dec 21, 2018

Content Rating: PG (mild language - "hell", "bloody")

Book Description:

I was snatched from my mum when I was only two weeks old, and what happened next was bigger than any kitten could imagine.

"A gently witty and charming story which draws the reader in from the word 'go' to a truly entrancing feline perspective on human well-intentioned but frequently misguided behaviour when taking on a new pet."

- Mary Ashton, retired veterinary surgeon

"A heart-warming story that really has unique perspective on the ever-important animal-human bond (and how our pets really feel about us)."

- Sommer Pari, licensed veterinary technician

To read more reviews, please visit Liane Carter's page on iRead Book Tours.



Tammy the Little Cat with a Big Attitude is the story of a cat and her girl, from the day they met when the author was only 16, through the years they shared together as she left home and married. Written alternately from both human and cat point of view, their experiences are at times humorous, yet always heartwarming. Tammy is a cat who knows her own mind, and from her love of music to her fondness for participating in a rousing game of Scrabble, she leaves her mark on every life she touches. I especially loved how Tammy didn't appreciate visitors to "her" house and what she would do to them should they dare visit the bathroom, and just wait until you see how she manages to nearly scare the poor window cleaner to death!

As is typical for cat stories, the end will bring a lump to your throat, but Tammy's purrsonality makes her a cat you won't soon forget!

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Meet the Author:

Devoted to giving her readers smiles, tears and tension in both her poignant non-fiction and fast-paced fantasy adventures, Liane Carter bares her soul. Author of The Chronicles of Joya, The Dream Devils, Darcy: The Dog Who Talked and Tammy: The Little Cat With A Big Attitude, she has written features and a weekly column for Costa Blanca News, articles for Writing Magazine, and has taught over 150 writing workshops. She pours her innate joy into her books and also expresses it in nature, playing instruments, creating art and dancing.

Connect with Liane: Website ~ Twitter ~ Facebook ~ Pinterest


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15 comments:

Mickey's Musings said...

This sounds like s pawsome book and Tammy sounds like quite a kitty.
Purrs Georgia,Julie and JJ

The Church Cat Family said...

What a heartwarming story! What caught my eye was Tammy's playing Scrabble. This is one kitty I would love to meet! - Tom x

Lola The Rescued Cat said...

This is definitely my kind of book! I can't wait to read it.

Liane said...

Thank you so much, Mudpie and Melissa, for the wonderful review and posting. I am so glad you enjoyed the book. Cat snuggles and thanks flying down the airwaves. Liane Carter

Eastside Cats said...

Wow, this book looks terrific! I'm in!

The Menagerie Mom said...

This sounds like such a beautiful, heartwarming tale. I can imagine the ending will make me tear up, but I have no doubt it will be worth it. Thank you for sharing this with us!

biggie55 said...

this book sounds so good. I love cats so i read every book on them i find. I hope to win this one.

Dianne Casey said...

I really enjoyed the synopsis of the book. Love reading about kittens and cats, sounds like a pawsome read.

pilch92 15andmeowing said...

I am reading this right now. My review is Dec. 10th. :)

Three Chatty Cats said...

This sounds like a great book!

Momma Kat and Her Bear Cat said...

I could've written that book about Bear the little cat with a big attitude. For 12 years, he's kept me smiling, laughing, and even admiring his panache despite myself.

Patricia T said...

Sounds like a really good book.

Brian said...

That was a terrific review and the book sounds wonderful. A goodie for our reading list!

Hairballsandhissyfits.com said...

So heartwarming! It's going on my holiday wish list!

Deanne Patterson said...

Awww, this sounds so adorable. I love reading cat stories and this sounds so heartwarming, can't wait to read it.