Pat Hatt can be found in the east coast of Canada. He hates writing these things but doesn't mind talking in the third person. He dabbles in a little of this and a little of that, not afraid to attempt something new.
He is owned by two cats, one of whom has his own blog, It's Rhyme Time. Yeah a rhyming cat, who knew? He would be considered a both person when it comes to cats and dogs.
He is also quite the movie and TV buff. As you can probably tell does not take himself seriously and has more stuff in his head than is needed. Thus the novels as just one more form of release. Thanks for the visit and enjoy!
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Smashwords book reviews by Pat Hatt
- Glass Dawn - The Adventures of PopNjay
on March 16, 2013
Brought to Life Through Animation!
Randy has put put out a fine novel with Glass Dawn - The Adventures of PopNJay. I admit though, I think my favorite part were the animated pictures within. They truly helped bring the story to life and was a nice approach compared to the usual over the top descriptors.
You will find a great save the world tale told in an off beat type manner when Jay, Mac and Jac, along with their creator, set out to stop the same fate for the Earth, as that which took place on their planet.
I enjoyed Glass Dawn - The Adventures of PopNjay and as said, the animated pictures really add a whole other level to it, and pick up the slack sometimes where the writing was a little over in the exposition department. Still a fine read that is sure to be enjoyed by many more readers as well.
- The Ice Cream Vendor's Song
on March 19, 2013
A truly unique collection of short stories. Laura has put together quite the vivid collection with The Ice Cream Vendors Song. Many of them will make you think and some suck you into a whole other world. They may not be for everyone, as they take a reader that isn't just looking for an easy read. Instead Laura lets everything weigh heavy with the stories she creates and really allows you to sense the depth within them. A collection most deserving of your attention, should you want a compelling read.
- That Mama is a Grouch
on May 16, 2013
A great book for young kids and teaches valuable lessons, with wonderful illustrations and a great rhyming flow. It shows both sides of the story, an adult and kids point of view. Showing why both have their ups and downs. A fun story that all can relate to, no matter the age.