Catscapades, True Cat Tales,  by Patricia Fry is a collection of humorous, harrowing and heartwarming stories featuring around 40 cats and kittens and illustrated by over 40 color photos. Lily Kitty, in the next to last chapter, introduces Terzo's MEWsical Society. Perfectbound, 130 pages, $12.95.

Tribune Media has just published Steve Dale's new ebook, Good Cat, which is available in all ebook formats.
The cover and description are HERE, and also on Steve's website: 

June Coxon's first book is Just Call me ERNIE, a true story about a cat who "adopted" a nursing home.  See the cover and read letters between Tyler (the cat who inspired June to write the book) and Terzo on Tyler's Page.

Lorna Olson is one of seven contributors to Movers & Mavericks. The cover and description are HERE.

Gillian Foss is an award-winning poet whose work has been published in the Alberta Poetry Yearbook and several anthologies, including those from Ottawa's Field Stone Poets. Her chapbook, Windows in Time, contains poems of various lengths and in unusual forms (ghazal, sestina), all with images of water. The title poem, A Window in Time, uses repetition to great effect, evoking memories as mirrors. Gill is currently working on a full-length poetry manuscript. Meanwhile, Windows in Time is available privately from her for $10 (which includes postage). Gill's second poetry collection is called Fleeting Moments, and is also available from her, at: gillfoss (at)

Sylvia Adams is a multi-award winner whose novel, This Weather of Hangmen, is based on a true crime story. Her poetry includes Mondrian's Elephant, and Sleeping on the Moon, which was the only runner-up for the Scott-Lampman Award in  2007. An instructor/facilitator for two Ottawa poetry groups, she edits their chapbook anthologies and in January-February 2007 taught a poetry workshop in Chile. 
Order Sylvia's books directly from her at: The prices are as follows:  Sleeping on the Moon  $18 postpaid, This Weather of Hangmen  $20 postpaid, Mondrian's Elephant $10 postpaid. Sylvia's new book is Dinner at the Dog Pound, with illustrationg by Ben Chung. It's a charming story for children featuring Wagstaff O’Gogg, a little mongrel dog. Wagstaff tires of eating his owner’s diet food and runs away. Taken to the City Pound, he discovers to his surprise that all stray dogs are treated to a daily banquet. Deciding to stay, he finds a wonderful, surprising new life. Order from the author, or from Trafford.

Betsy Stowe has won many prizes for her poems and photography. Both are included in Calico Tales and Others is published by Infinity.

Darlene Arden  a Certified Animal Behavior Consultant, is an authority on toy dogs, and has written several popular books including Rover, Get Off Her Leg! Her latest book, The Cat's Meow, is featured HERE.

Patricia Fry is the author of many books on self-publishing, including The Right Way to Write, Publish and Sell Your Book, as well as Catscapades, Tales of Ordinary and Extraordinary Cats. This little book contains over 40 humorous, harrowing and heartwarming stories and vignettes about cats and kittens, including Max and Lily, both of whom belong to Terzo's MEWSical Society. Patricia has also written 11 Klepto Cat Mysteries, several of which are featured on the Favorite Cat Books page.

Helena Katz's books are for both adult and young-adult readers. Based on historical research, they include The Mad Trapper: The Incredible Tale of a Famous Canadian Manhunt, and Gang Wars: Blood and Guts on the Streets of Early New York.  Read full descriptions of these on the Books for Young Readers' page.  Her new book, Justice Miscarried: Inside Wrongful Convictions, is definitely NOT for children. An in-depth study conducted as part of Helena's degree in criminology, its published by Dundurn Press, and the URL is: