Happy Sunday to ya!
One of my books, Kiwi in Cat City, is now on sale at the cut price of 99 cents on Amazon, Kobo, Smashwords et al! And it's 75-99p in the UK. That's the ebook, although it's also available in paperback.
At the same time, I'm hopping around between some blogs, all organised by the wonderful Kim of Masterkoda. Kudos! Today I'm being hosted by KR Hughes & TL Burns, two cool writers. Here's the link if you fancy a visit - http://krhughestlburns.wordpress.com/2013/05/12/please-welcome-author-vickie-johnstone/#comment-997
About Kiwi in Cat City...
Have you ever wished your cat could talk or wondered where he/she goes when you are not around?
Kiwi in Cat City is the first book in a series, of which there are six fun adventures so far.
Kiwi seems like a typical moggie, content to nap in the sun and chase shadows, but she has a secret. She is a magical cat from a place called Cat City. With her two humans, James and Amy, Kiwi finds mysteries and adventures, dealing with catnappings, jewel thieves, giant rats, time travel, haunted houses, Father Christmas, pyramids and more. The fun stories contain positive messages about loyalty, friendship, honesty, bullying and the power of standing together.
Book 1 opens on one dark night. Amy cannot sleep and she looks out of the window into the garden to see her cat, Kiwi, transfixed by the moon, which is glowing brightly like a cat's claw. Waking her brother, James, Amy suggests they follow Kiwi to see where she goes... whether it involves a hunt for mice or something else. Little do they know that with a flick of her tail, Kiwi is going to magically change the children into kittens and lead them on the adventure of their lives to a land they never knew existed in their wildest dreams. In the blue-lit world of Cat City, the budding detectives help Inspector Furrball to investigate the mysterious catnapping of Mr Katz and find out what happened to Madame Purrfect.
The books contain illustrations by Nikki McBroom.
Furry fun for ages 9-99.
Where she's on sale... (just click the shop)
Barnes & Noble