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"Beth Hilgartner so thoroughly and delightfully pegs "catness" that one is tempted to call for DNA testing" -- Lee Martindale
"Good fun and a fascinating look at cyberspace potential for all species." -- Carole Nelson Douglas, author of the Midnight Louie feline P.I. Mysteries
"Hope she's thinking about a sequel, because her fans will demand one!" -- Janet Kagan, author of Hellspark, Mirabile, and Uhuras Song
Beth Hilgartner has published five previous books: three fantasies, a historical fiction novel, and a picture book. [query for Stephe - do you want titles, etc.?] She is an Episcopal priest, an award-winning author, a musician, a flower farmer, an equestrian, a maker of historical instruments (recorders), and chronically short of sleep. She lives in Orford, NH - no, not OXford - with her husband and their four seriously pampered cats.
I think that's everything I owe you, but let me know if I've forgotten anything.
The titles of my previous works are:
Great Gorilla Grins (the picture book)
A Necklace of Fallen Stars
A Murder for her Majesty (winner of the Golden Pen Award 1987 - Mystery category
and a Notable Children's Trade Book in the Field of Social Studies)
Colors in the Dreamweaver's Loom
The Feast of the Trickster
Whatever you do, do NOT read this book aloud. It has definitely given our little four-foots ideas!
This book is compelling, entertaining, and WAAAY too close to reality. Read more
This one is pure wish-fulfillment fantasy (but fun) -- a struggling writer and her musician-husband are saved from wage-slavery by Fluffy & PKP [note 1], their Web-savvy,... Read morePublished on Nov. 10 2003 by Peter D. Tillman
I'm not a catperson and I don't trade online, but I found the book delightful. I'd put off reading it, while trying to finish something else, but after about the tenth time that my... Read morePublished on Nov. 3 2001 by J. Segall