Linda Deane


I love cats. I rescue and rehome abandoned and abused cats and kittens. When I'm not occupied with rescue efforts, I write about cats.

Smashwords Interview

What inspires you Linda?
Cats. I love their intelligence, the mystery that surrounds them and the warmth of their personalities.
How long have cats been a part of your life?
I cannot remember a time when I was not in love with cats. When my mother was expecting me, she had a ginger cat who used to lie on her belly and purr. I guess that's where it all started.
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Ice Angel
Price: Free! Words: 20,830. Language: English (South African dialect). Published: August 21, 2013. Category: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Fantasy
Take a flight of fantasy with Angelica, a visitor from another world as she travels back in time to rescue a clan of Ice Age people. Could she be an angel? If you enjoy the Warrior series, this could just be the next level for you.

Linda Deane’s tag cloud

adventure    angels    bullying    cats    coming of age    fantasy    ice age    leadership    mammoths    prehistory    science fiction    time travel   

Smashwords book reviews by Linda Deane

  • A Forever Home For Athena on Aug. 31, 2013

    Marie did an excellent job of capturing the special bond between cat and human in this account of an abandoned kitten's adoption from a shelter. As only a true cat lover would know, cats are able to control us with their thoughts and they can see the intentions of our hearts by reading our auras. Athena can tell from the start that her human is good and kind and wills her to choose her at the shelter. This she does and little Athena is rescued from her rough start in life to become a cherished and loved pet where her new mummy and grandmother know exactly what she wants and when she wants it. Athena tells us the story from her perspective. Marie is to be congratulated for raising awareness of the plight of abandoned animals and I can't help feeling a little sad wondering what became of Lily - Athena's sister. The reality of the situation is that most animals are not as lucky as Athena.