I have a review today of a wonderful book by Rosa Silva, The Black Cat Who Only Wanted to be Loved: A Sad Cat Story with a Happy Ending.
*Disclosure: I received a copy of The Black Cat Who Only Wanted to be Loved: A Sad Cat Story with a Happy Ending in exchange for a fair review.
I am glad the title told me it would have a happy ending of I would have stopped reading it because I can’t handle any mistreatment of animals. This is the story of a black cat named Pepper who loses his home because the awful husband of his owner blames him for all his bad luck. He meets neighborhood cats that befriend him and try to help him change colors. Obviously, that is not possible, but eventually he is accepted for who he is.
The review is short as I don’t want to give away any plot secrets. The book is geared for tweens, but all ages of cat lovers will enjoy it. I love black cats and currently have two, with 4 more at The Rainbow Bridge waiting for me so Pepper stole my heart from the start. The book is available on Kindle Unlimited for free and only 99 cents otherwise or you can get it in print for only $9.99 on Amazon- click here.
Today we are up to the letter J in The A-Z challenge. Journaling makes me happy. I usually write in mine once a week unless I am really stressed about something, I find it helps me sort things out. I have written in once since I was in high school and still have most of them. It is fun to look back once in a while, although I try to focus on the now. Do you keep a journal?
And one more thing…please pray for Stunning Keisha’s mom. To visit, The A-Z challenge