Friday, 14 February 2014

FINALLY!

It's been a long old road, but the new versions of Under The Paw and Talk To The Tail, with The Bear and Ralph as cover stars, are now available to purchase, casting the vastly inappropriate "cutesy" covers featuring anonymous posh actor kittens into the past forever. Getting to these covers has taken a lot of determination and time, as I wrote in this Guardian article.



Here are a few online retailers you can purchase the books from:

Under The Paw at amazon

Under The Paw at The Book Depository (with free worldwide delivery)

Under The Paw at Waterstones

Under The Paw at Guardian Bookshop


Talk To The Tail at amazon

Talk To The Tail at The Book Depository (with free worldwide delivery)

Talk To The Tail at Waterstones

Talk To The Tail at Guardian Bookshop



And some places to purchase the sequel to both books, The Good, The Bad And The Furry:

The Good, The Bad And The Furry at amazon

The Good, The Bad And The Furry at The Book Depository (with free worldwide delivery)

The Good, The Bad And The Furry at Waterstones

The Good, The Bad And The Furry Guardian Bookshop


8 comments:

Squirl said...

So excited! I just ordered my two with the new cover from West End Lane Books. They made it so easy to order and will ship to me overseas!

Bethany Dale said...

I have the old Under The Paw book and I'm 3 chapters from the end of TG,TB AND TF! I can't stop laughing!

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Unknown said...

Now you'll have to rename them: 'Under the Melancholy Paw' and 'Talk to the Smug Tail'.

Nepeta said...

Suggest this can be filed under 'the vagaries of how retailers categorise your books' but I looked today for your latest book in a major chain retailer. Perhaps a reflection of how I mentally categorise your work, but I looked first under 'Humour', then 'Animals', finally the shop assistant found it for me under 'Biographies'. (Is 'Tom Cox' The Bear's pseudonym?)

Nerissa said...

I still don't know how to do those paw pumps, either.

Purrs,
Nissy

Lindsey Chauvin said...

I read your guardian article about the ginger cat that you fell in love with and the orange cats after. I adopted an orange a few years ago. My dad was quickly losing a battle with brain cancer and I needed some thing. My boyfriend took me to Pet Smart so I could play with the kittens up for adoption. Among all the cute kittens was this big fat 5 year old orange cat named Tiger. I picked him to play with. Or rather he picked us. We played with him for a bit and left. My dad passed away that night. Before I went to my family, I went to Tiger. He was still there and we filled out the forms. On the day of my dad's funeral, the shelter called to say we were approved. We went and picked him up. What was the worst day ever became a better day. Tiger kinda saved me, like I saved him. We also got to reunite him with his brother Casper when the woman who adopted him returned him. Her loss, I say. Anyway, just wanted to tell you that yes it is something about ginger cats. They make you smile, they make you laugh. Its awesome.

Cindy Suchecki said...

What about Barnes and Noble? Would love to have them on my NOOK!

Angel Ginger Jasper said...

Brilliant. I have the first and will look for the others