Time Management for Cats

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An incredible book with a unique approach to the cat productivity problem. This breakthrough program promises to put your cat on a continuous-improvement-process escalator to success. Discover why managing your cat’s time is the number one way to spend your time. Cats and under-organized people everywhere will enjoy this amazing career advice that you won’t read anywhere else. More

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Words: 15,740
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301491582
About Alison F. Bowman

Alison F. Bowman lives and writes in Oakland, California, aka Catopia. Highlights from her past include:

-A one woman comedy, The Redhead Roadkill Hour, performed at the San Francisco Fringe Festival.
-Cat humor published in the "San Francisco Chronicle" and honored by the Cat Writers Association.
-Science fiction short story, "The Copywriter," published in "The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction" and named "Best of Year" by the Soft Science Fiction Writers Association.

"Time Management for Cats" (Self Help for Cats: 2013), is Alison's first book. A paperback is also available at Createspace.com and Amazon.com. She is currently working on her second book.

Additional info available at:
TimeManagementforCats.com
SelfHelpforCats.net
AlisonBowman.com

Reviews

Review by: brett ackerman on April 06, 2013 :
Bowman is snarky, tender, funny and writes like a Maine Coon Cat would if one of them had enough gumption to pick up a pen. Time Management for Cats outs the fuzzy creatures who have been getting by with just a pretty purr and demands that domestic felines step up to the plate. Sort of like what happened at the start of the womens' movement. It's definitely a cat call to action, and is eerily reminiscent in tone to Gloria Steinem's recounting of her days in the Playboy Club-- an insider's look at creatures who are good at getting what they need by being quick on their feet with hot tails. A smart must read brain treat.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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