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Confessions of a Crazy Cat Lady
     

Confessions of a Crazy Cat Lady

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by Sandra Gurvis
 
From Hairballs to Hair Straightening . . .

Women face certain challenges when they reach, um, a certain age and who doesn�t enjoy a funny cat story? With essays, really bad poetry and ridiculous photos of the author and her cats (as well as some unsuspecting family members), "Confessions of a Crazy Cat Lady . . . And Othe Possibly Demented Meanderings"

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From Hairballs to Hair Straightening . . .

Women face certain challenges when they reach, um, a certain age and who doesn�t enjoy a funny cat story? With essays, really bad poetry and ridiculous photos of the author and her cats (as well as some unsuspecting family members), "Confessions of a Crazy Cat Lady . . . And Othe Possibly Demented Meanderings" offers the best of both worlds. Topics cover the full gamut of two- and four-legged dilemmas�divorced and dating after many years of marriage, purse envy, weight loss and gain, body image (human) and escape attempts, euthanasia, and rock-swallowing (critter), among other subjects. Culled from a massive literary database (aka the rather demented mind of author Sandra Gurvis), some writings appeared in publications such as Columbus Monthly, I Love Cats, and the anthology CAT�S MEOW, while others are completely original.

This book is a must-read for cat ladies, aspiring cat ladies and/or people who love cats and/or women. It can also serve as precautionary guide for those wishing to avoid cat ladydom. But like potato chips and sometimes felines themselves�the stories may be hard to stop reading after just one!

Product Details

BN ID:
2940016588759
Publisher:
Loconeal Publishing, LLC
Publication date:
05/22/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
72
File size:
3 MB

Meet the Author

Sandra Gurvis (www.sandragurvis.com) is the author of sixteen books and hundreds of magazine articles. Her titles include DAY TRIPS FROM COLUMBUS, 3rd ed.; CAREERS FOR NONCONFORMISTS, which was a selection of the Quality Paperback Book Club; AMERICA'S STRANGEST MUSEUMS; and more. Among her recent titles are OHIO CURIOSITIES (Globe Pequot, 2nd ed. 2011), and a second novel, COUNTRY CLUB WIVES (Loconeal, 2012). She is working on two more nonfiction books for Globe Pequot: MYTHS AND MYSTERIES OF OHIO (2014) and JERKS IN OHIO HISTORY (tbd).

In the past, a major aspect of her work had been on the Vietnam protests and their aftereffects, resulting in two books, the novel THE PIPE DREAMERS (Olmstead) and a nonfiction title, WHERE HAVE ALL THE FLOWER CHILDREN GONE? (University Press of Mississippi) as well as a Web site, www.booksaboutthe60s.com.

While Sandra has had short stories and essays published in magazines, newspapers and anthologies, CONFESSION OF A CRAZY CAT LADY is her first collection of such work. Her newest projects include LIFE DURING WARTIME: A VETERAN SON�S ADDICTION, a memoir/guidebook that is currently in the developmental stages. She is also planning a �Geezerville� series of satires based in certain retirement �Villages� in Florida. She lives in Columbus, Ohio.

For more information visit her Web site, www.sandragurvis.com; her Facebook pages www.facebook.com/sandra.gurvis;www.facebook.com/pages/Country-Club-Wives/103644326397112; or find her on Twitter: @CCWivesNovelist.

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