What is a cat to do when he moves to a sleepy village in France from England? William is lonely at first, but following a chance meeting with Monsieur Louis, a local French alley cat, he goes on a series of escapades down the drains of Fontevraud l'abbaye in Frace, resulting in time travel, some scary adventures and the making of new friendships. William meets a whole series of magical and mythical characters and cats from the past, today and in the future....He even finds love in the form of Lady Henrietta Catkett who is for him the perfect 'mademoiselle'. Find out how William becomes a fully integrated cat who is able to meow in both English and French!
A tale (no pun intended) about friendship, magic, mystery and mayhem.....
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About the Author
Teresa Dolan was brought up in the South-East of England. Her background is in arts project management, education and writing. She has a Masters degree from City University and throughout the years has attended and organised a number of creative writing courses.
Teresa has written for a number of International publications over the years including newspapers such as the Weekly Telegraph and The French Paper on the subject of life in France. She was formerly for over two years the Pays de Loire correspondent for the now sadly defunct French News. Teresa also writes short stories for children and since moving to France in 2005 has undertaken a number of creative writing projects including one with her local school featuring a day in the life of the Fontevraud Cat.
She is a passionate baker and likes nothing more then creating afternoon teas for her friends and family and for the many customers who visit her Salon de Thé which she runs with her husband Tony, and son Jay next to the ancient Abbaye Royale at the heart of Fontevraud. Other elements to the business include a petit restaurant where they specialise in vegetarian and fish dishes, and a Chambre d'Hôtes.
Contact Teresa on email@example.com and/or visit the website www.chezteresa.fr www.chezteresa.com