"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
About the Author
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