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A Werecat's Journal: First Life

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Hiding from his past, and seeking out a new life, a young man makes his way to Atlanta, Georgia in the early 1970s. Trying to forget his life in New York City, he attempts to blend in with the big city life of the South East. The problem is that he doesn't fit in. Being a Werecat, you can never fit in.

A Werecat's Journal: First Life makes me think of Jean-Claude Van Damme meets Goodfellas; two things I enjoy. It follows the life of Alexander: an orphaned werecat who lived on the streets, a man who fought and won a family. Read this expertly weaved tale by Booth and Woods and you'll be purring for Second Life. Am I sure about this? Definitely. -- Jesse Duckworth, author of A Song of Betrayal and Co-Founder of Harren Press

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Roy C. Booth is a published author, comedian, poet, journalist, essayist, screenwriter, and internationally awarded playwright with nearly 60 plays published (Samuel French, Heuer, et al) with nearly 800 productions worldwide in 28 countries in ten languages as of 2/1/14. Also known for collaborations with R Thomas Riley, Brian Keene, Eric M. Heideman, William F. Wu, and others (along with his presence on the regional convention circuit), Roy hails from Bemidji, MN where he also manages Roy's Comics & Games with his writer wife, Cynthia, and their three sons. For more on Roy and his work check out his pages on Facebook and at Amazon:

Computer programmer by day, writer by night, Brian Woods tries to bring his readers the best of fantasy. But for Brian, its more than bringing just a story about characters he wants you to know and love, he also desires to put a little of himself in each story. In previous works, he has tried doing this with the characters, but in A Werecat's Journal, he has decided to do this in the areas that he is from. The Werecat series starts in Atlanta, Georgia; a place where Brian called home for a few years. Over the next several books in the series, Brian hopes that he and Roy C. Booth can show you a side of the South East never seen before in fantasy literature.

Brian currently resides in North Alabama, but still never wanders far from Birmingham, his true home.

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  • Print Length: 29 Pages
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