Celebrate with kittens!

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Serendipity & Me is hereby released out into the world. Or the wild, whichever you prefer.

In celebration and in lieu of the usual confetti, here are some kitten pictures of two of our cats (known as the cornfield boys in the acknowledgements page).

kittens in a basket

kittens in a basket

Murray

Murray

Max

Max

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brotherly love

brotherly love

the end

the end

By the way, thanks to my friends for the virtual confetti they’ve been showering my way! Hooray for books!

 

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About Judith L. Roth

When I was about ten, it occurred to me that books are written by people and I was a person. I could create my favorite things–I could write books! I got a B.A. in English. My first poem was accepted for publication before I graduated. I had some success with poetry, but my real dream was to write fiction for children. My first fiction piece was accepted about 25 years after the first submission. Things you might want to know about me: I know how to persevere. I’m a third-generation California native, living in Indiana. I have two remarkable sons who are now young men,and a husband who’s supported my writing for over three decades. I love cats and currently have three of them. I love being near water–oceans, lakes, rivers all work for me. Chocolate is probably my biggest downfall. I’m exceptionally curious. (Or nosy, as my family calls it.)

2 responses »

  1. Yay! Congratulations on release day! I can’t wait to read Serenipity and Me! Love your kitten pictures. All of our kittens are grown up, but out of four cats we have a brother and sister that love to chase each other and groom each other. They are a lot of fun!

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