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New Short Story Collection For Young Adult Uses Macinaws To Show Family Values
Author, CR Gable is pleased to announce the promotion of her book, Macinaw’s Memoirs.
Author, CR Gable is pleased to announce the promotion of her book, Macinaw’s Memoirs. This collection of short stories is aimed at young readers and the ten enchanting family value short stories sublimely provide insight into feline basics and character complexities.
Macinaw's Memoirs is a collection of adventures experienced in the life of a youngster who chose to fulfill his desires to explore the unknown after a barn fire separated him from his mother. His youth, coupled with his passion for hunting, led him into many dangerous situations. He survived by using the skills his mother taught him during nightly rendezvous around the barn and sheer instinct. The adventures are told by the cat himself, revealing life as it appeared to the small but powerful creature. Macinaw comes to appreciate his human family and learns a new way of life with them. Just when he thought life was very disappointing, his family rally around to give him the surprise of his life.
Gable feels that Macinaw's Memoirs is a must have for libraries and schools. For those who have not had the privilege of owning a brilliant and communicative feline, readers will feel that Macinaw is their own. The stories relayed by the cat himself and are described by one reviewer as an "original".
Author: CR Gable
About The Author
CR Gable, a technical writer by trade, was inspired to write this book due to Macinaws rare, uncanny, and extraordinary efforts to communicate with humans. Gable is involved in animal societies, encouraging the understanding of and compassion for all animals. She hopes the book will inspire this in readers as it has her friends and children.
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Macinaw's Memoirs is available for purchase online through the author’s website, Amazon.com, and other online retailers. Bookstores should contact Ingram for wholesale orders.