We’re excited to bring you five cat stories from The Necromouser and Other Magical Cats! All five of these stories were published for the first time last year and are eligible for the 2015 Ursa Major Awards.
- Shreddy and the Dancing Dragon — An angry tabby must defend his household from a soul-sucking new game machine. [~2,800 words]
- Shreddy and the Carnivorous Plant — An angry tabby faces his greatest challenge yet when his owner brings home a Venus fly trap. [~5,200 words]
- Songs of Fish and Flowers — When her witch moves away, a calico cat discovers magic left over in the witch’s rose garden. [~2,300 words]
- Cold Tail and the Eyes — Some cats cannot be owned. [~2,700 words]
- All the Cats of the Rainbow — A kitten in a scientist’s lab — what could possibly go wrong? [~2,200 words]
If you like these stories, you may want to pick up the entire collection The Necromouser and Other Magical Cats. Also, if you’d like to nominate any of these stories (or the entire collection under the category “Other Literary Work”) for an Ursa Major Award, they’re open for nominations through the end of February.