With a twisted twist, Cat Tales presents Gerelda’s Cats. Click the link to get a copy of your own and support two great causes: Cats Protection and the Against Malaria Foundation.
Oh, I do like a tale with a twist. And Gerelda’s Cats, Anna Graham’s story in Cat Tales, the anthology drawn from last year’s Book a Break short story competition, has a twist as kooky as they come. But be warned: it’s bleak! And just when you think it can’t get any bleaker, along comes the twist. Mind you, there is a little purr of hope. Which comes, of course, from the cats. Whatever would you humans do without us? Answer me that.
It’s set in Dublin, where Anna Graham lives. Curtis tells me Dublin’s a great place and the Irish are wonderful people. I’m sure they are but they could have been nicer to Gerelda, as Anna would surely agree. She’s a student in Renaissance Literature, by the way, which is books about being reborn. Not necessarily as a cat, though that can be taken as an…
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