L is for Lawrence

How many charitable donations do you make each year? How many times do you refuse to take the tax deduction for your generosity? Here’s a chance to save some lives for less than $10, and receive Cat Tales, a book of entertaining short stories, like “Without a Reason”.

Smith, Lord High Clawncellor and toughest tabby in Taunton, gives you the lowdown below.


aimee1 Illustration by Elena Grazia

Things go missing. I’ve noticed that. When Sam does DIY, things go missing quite a lot. Rawlplugs, screwdrivers, wiring. Then he fumes and comes out with all sorts of words that have no place on this blog. And the funny thing is they go missing Without A Reason. That’s the title of Amée White’s story in Cat Tales, the anthology drawn from last year’s Book a Break short story competition, but what goes missing there is far more than a rawlplug.

The cats accompanied him everywhere. His father’s storm cloud eyes followed the cats, yet he never voiced whatever troubled him. If the cats were not with Lawrence they could usually be found in his bedroom, sometimes on his bed, flopped on their sides like they were contemplating the dreariness of the world. The cats mostly stayed either side of Lawrence, the grey…

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Author: Sue Ranscht

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2 thoughts on “L is for Lawrence”

  1. Sue the story is getting more endearing by the day. It’s a pity I’m unable to read all the posts, between my writing, travelling, home and work. But intend to definitely catch up before the challenge gets over it after, whenever time permits.

    Are you having a lovely Easter?
    Much love❤️❤️

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    1. Easter is just beginning here (7am). Sunrise was fiery gold, and the day is clear and becoming warm again. I know what you mean about finding time to read other people’s posts — there are so many worth following, and so few hours available. I hope your Easter brings you all the peace your heart can hold, Natasha. ❤

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