Coloring Book for Adults Relaxation (36 Funny Coloring Illustrations for Cat Parents)
Author: Color Fun Publishing
BEST Gift Ideas for Cat Lovers- 36 Humorous Designs In this difficult time, a lot of us are working from home. That means we're spending more time with our pet cats. Are you having a difficult time balancing your cat with your work schedule? Does your home office co-worker constantly try to get your attention, request your keyboard space, or interrupt you for a belly rub? If you find the above scenes familiar, this humorous coloring book is exactly your thing! Created by Coloring Fun Publishing, "Funny Cats WFH: Coloring Book for Adults Relaxation" features 36 original coloring designs that shows funny work-from-home scenes between pet cats and their cat parents. Get this book for coloring fun, good laugh and stress relief! What Will You Get from this Book? Humor and Relaxation. We've brought you 36 unique at-home scenes for you to enjoy. Find a quiet corner, get your coffee and coloring pencils ready. Time to have fun and let the rest follow. Single-sided Pages. Every image is printed on one side to reduce bleed through. All the designs have blank space on all sides. You can cut your pictures and goat over them on the refrigerator. Appeal to All Ages and All Skill Levels. Serious, when it comes to cat lovers, age is never an issue. Colorist beginners can create beautiful pictures using solid colors. If you're more advanced, you can use the line art as guides to add shading and detail to fur and objects. Makes an WOW Gift. Know cat lovers around you? Make them smile by getting them a copy too! Kill Your WFH Boredom !Buy Now & Stay Home to Color! Scroll to the top of the page and click the Add to Cart button. Don't forget to grab a copy for your buddies.
This cute illustrated book shows what it's like to live and work from home with a cat, a situation over one third of us are familiar with. Stepping on computer keyboards, knocking things off the table, interrupting video calls—cats can be distracting coworkers. With colorful art and oh-so-relatable scenarios, Working from Home with a Cat takes readers through a day in the life of artist Heidi Moreno and her pet cat Peanut. From the time she wakes up until the time she goes to bed, she navigates working with her needy yet loveable feline companion, as Peanut walks over her paintings, hogs her chair, disrupts her yoga routine, and more. Despite all the struggles, cats like Peanut are always by our side when we need them, even on the hardest, loneliest workdays. Working from Home with a Cat reminds us why cats are the cutest colleagues and a source of comfort and calm in this chaotic world. • Features funny and heartwarming scenarios anyone who has tried to concentrate at home with a cat has experienced • For readers who like How to Tell if Your Cat is Plotting to Kill You, Herding Cats by Sarah Scribbles, and You Need More Sleep: Advice from Cats by Francesco Marciuliano
SCIENCE FICTION, FANTASY, HUMOR The Unidentified Funny Objects series delivers an annual dose of funny, zany, and unusual science fiction and fantasy stories. All-new fiction from the genre's top voices! * Superheroes mired in government bureaucracy. * Cat cat-burglars. * Grandmotherly golems. * Literal-minded self-driving cars. * Evil overlords retired in Florida. * Indifferent aliens.
DON'T MISS THE RAZOR-SHARP NEW SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER FROM THE MILLION-COPY BESTSELLING AUTHOR OF RICHARD & JUDY PICK QUEEN BEE AND FAKING FRIENDS 'Funny, insightful, sharp, wicked, brilliant - Jane Fallon at her very best' MILLY JOHNSON 'I literally could not put this book down' 5***** READER REVIEW 'Friendship, jealousy, deceit and so much more - I didn't want it to end' 5***** READER REVIEW 'The queen of the revenge novel' HEAT ________ Best friends tell each other everything. Or do they? Georgia and Lydia are so close, they're practically sisters. So when Lydia starts an online business that struggles, Georgia wants to help her - but Lydia's not the kind to accept a handout. Setting up a fake Twitter account, Georgia hopes to give her friend some anonymous moral support by posing as a potential customer. But then Lydia starts confiding in her new internet buddy and Georgia discovers she doesn't know her quite as well as she thought. Georgia knows she should reveal the truth - especially when Lydia starts talking about her - but she just can't help herself. Until Lydia reveals a secret that could not only end their friendship, but also blow-up Georgia's marriage . . . Georgia's in too deep. But what can she save? Her marriage, her friendship - or just herself? ________ 'I loved Worst Idea Ever. Another Fallonesque treat, possibly my favourite so far. Full of heart, humour and humanity. Great characters and a riveting story from the start. She's so good at tapping into the best and the worst in us. Fabulous' RUTH JONES 'This witty page-turner could be her best yet' CLOSER 'Takes us on a deep dive into the emotionally murky waters which exist between protagonists Lydia and Georgia . . . I adored it' DAILY MAIL 'Incredibly funny and original . . . fabulous' ADELE PARKS, Platinum Magazine 'An addictive page turner about friendship and revenge . . . I loved it' ALICE FEENEY 'We love everything Jane Fallon writes' BELLA Readers rate WORST IDEA EVER 5****: 'Absolutely wonderful! An excellent tale of toxic female friendship' 5***** 'A fabulous story of friendship, jealousy, deceit and good intentions' 5***** 'A remarkable read - I want to scream about this book from the roof tops!' 5***** 'Page after page of twists, the storyline will keep you gripped until the end' 5***** 'The writing was flawless and made you really feel for the characters . . . A brilliant book from a brilliant author' 5***** 'I read it in one sitting' 5***** ________ Praise for Jane Fallon: 'Compelling, edgy, beautifully written' Daily Mail 'Hugely compelling and unpredictable' Ruth Jones 'Barbed, twisty and full of deliciously dry wit' Sunday Mirror 'She always delivers a fabaliss read' MARIAN KEYES
Every cat owner believes that his or her cat understands every word that they say. Every cat owner believes that cats are far more intelligent than dogs - they're just too cool to show it. Every cat owner believes that their cat should be on TV starring in advertisements for everything from furniture and carpets to central heating and, yes, cat food. And those Andrex puppies have had it their own way for far too long... Every cat owner, in fact, is a cat lover. If they're not cat lovers when the cat first comes along - you don't purchase a cat, they choose to live with you - then they will be within a very short space of time. There are stories, of course, that every cat owner loves to tell. It may be that the cat became hugely and unusually distressed the day a relative died unexpectedly on the other side of town. It may be about how the cat is a constant source of comfort during bad times, or how the cat faces up to urban foxes in the garden. It may simply be a story about how the cat is a loving companion. Cat lovers simply love telling cat stories!
Fifty years ago, Zeus, Inc., and its CEO, the mysterious Joseph Brentwood, saved the world from a major energy crisis by discovering a new unlimited energy resource. Now, in 2069, Mr. Brentwood has gone missing and private eye Alex Grosjean has been hired to find him by his daughter (and Alex's best friend), Aleisha. Blackouts begin to occur all over the world and somehow Alex believes it's tied to Mr. Brentwood's disappearance. Her search leads her through her own murky past and into the fantastical depths of Hell itself, where she discovers that Mr. Brentwood is not who or what he seems to be. With the help of an otherworldly man named Pip, Alex must save both Mr. Brentwood and the world. But will she be able to face her own guilty past in order to do it?
What happens when we take our lives online? How are we being changed by immersion in the internet? How do we know the difference between work and life when one seems to blend into the other? Part memoir, part theory, A Life Lived Remotely tells the story of a transition to the digital age. It follows the author's journey through remote work, framing it within the exponential growth of the internet and the rapid spread of neoliberalism. It examines how we are being changed by the internet, how we experience that change, and at the anxieties and issues that arise. A moment's pause in a world of fast-paced communication, it provides a critical reflection on what it means to come of age along with the internet.
Are diamonds really a girl's best friend? We don't think so, and neither will you after a look at this beautifully illustrated book. With contributions about what their dogs mean to them, over eighty women and girls from diverse backgrounds, ages and countries, share their feelings and experiences of living with dogs today. Not just autobiography, but stories, poetry and photographs. Family dogs, lost dogs, terriers to labradors, each one holding a special place in a woman's heart all over the world. This touching collection is a must for every dog lover.
Between training her new puppy, helping her sister with her baby, and searching for the perfect vintage dress for Kismet's Valentine's Day dance, home-stager Caprice De Luca has a lot on her to-do list. But she's never too busy to do a little staging, and she's looking forward to thawing February's frozen real estate market with her Hearts and Flowers Open House. Her client Louise Downing's romantically decorated home practically staged itself. But when Louise is found murdered, Caprice is forced to turn her attention from sweethearts to suspects. And as the truth comes out in stages, she discovers that Louise had more secrets than a box of chocolate truffles. . . Praise for Staged to Death "A fascinating inside look at the art of home-staging--but did I mention it's also an elegantly crafted murder mystery featuring an irresistible sleuth?" --Leslie Meier
It's all paws on deck as a librarian and her rescue cat track down a killer in the newest book in the national bestselling Bookmobile Cat mystery series. Minnie Hamilton and her rescue cat, Eddie, cruise around lovely Chilson, Michigan delivering happiness and good reads in their bookmobile. But the feisty librarian is worried that the bookmobile's future could be uncertain when a new library board chair arrives and doesn't seem too friendly to her pet project. Still, she has to put her personal worries aside when she and Eddie are out on their regular route and one of their favorite customers doesn't turn up to collect her books. Minnie, at Eddie's prodding, checks on the woman and finds her lying dead in her snow-covered driveway. Now it's up to Minnie and her friends--feline and otherwise--to find the perpetrator and give them their due.
A sometimes funny, occasionally sad and often thought-provoking account of one young mother's emotions, trials and tribulations through a year of lockdown and of homeschooling her young son during the Covid-19 pandemic in the UK.When 'lockdown' came and Madison Clarke suddenly found herself responsible for homeschooling her 10-year old son, she embarked on a rollercoaster ride, juggling household chores, working from home and Zoom meetings, learning how to teach, managing the available resources for teaching, caring for her family and her cats, and trying to keep track of the Government's ever-changing rules and guidelines about lockdown restrictions, 'bubbles' and social distancing. But these were just the practical considerations. There were also the emotional issues involving parenting and marriage, keeping relationships alive, making new friends, overcoming self doubt, trying not to drink too much wine and hanging on to one's sanity. Balancing all of the demands on her time, her responsibilities both at home and at work, and the challenges posed by her fears, worries and doubts, Clarke navigates a path through the often choppy and occasionally stormy seas of life. If you want to feel a little better about yourself, or be relieved that someone else has been going through the same chaos and confusion, then read this book.Miss Mummy - A Year of Homeschooling is the candid story of a life-changing year, a story not only of the frustrations and the meltdowns, but also of the happiness, the laughter and learning to appreciate the simple pleasures of just enjoying time with one's closest family, no matter how much they drive you crazy!
“THE SHOULDING A Story of Resilience and Hope” is my journey from being a child abuse and domestic abuse survivor to the happy, healthy person I am today. Each chapter takes the reader through the events of my dysfunctional relationships and how that dysfunction impacted every aspect of my life. I suffered through agoraphobia, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder. At age 51 I got the final piece of the puzzle that set me free and led me to emotional and mental health. I was raised in a middle-class Jewish home in Minneapolis, Minnesota. No one had any idea what was going on behind closed doors. Honestly, I don’t think I understood the gravity of what was happening. I just thought everyone got beaten up at home. I have spent years in therapy trying to understand my life. I can proudly say that agoraphobia is no longer an issue. My anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder are minimal so I believe I have won the battle. Writing my autobiography/memoir was daunting to say the least. My writing style is conversational, as if I’m having coffee with my reader. I think with my relaxed writing style and the humor I include, which is my greatest coping skill, I hope that the reader will understand their own similar circumstances and maybe even try some of the things that have helped me through some of the toughest parts of my life. For me, the goal of “THE SHOULDING A Story of Resilience and Hope” is to help others.
The bestselling book everyone is talking about, revealing the surprising art of caring less and getting more. Are you stressed out, overbooked and underwhelmed by life? Fed up with pleasing everyone else before you please yourself? Finding it hard working from home? Then it's time to stop giving a f**k. This irreverent and practical book explains how to rid yourself of unwanted obligations, shame, and guilt - and give your f**ks instead to people and things that make you happy. From family dramas to having a bikini body, the simple 'NotSorry Method' for mental decluttering will help you unleash the power of not giving a f**k and will free you to spend your time, energy and money on the things that really matter. 'The anti-guru' Observer 'Absolutely blinding. Read it. Do it.' Mail on Sunday 'Genius' Cosmopolitan 'I love Knight's book even before I start reading . . . Works a charm' Sunday Times Magazine 'Life-affirming . . . The key practice she advocates is devising for yourself a "fuck budget" . . . It's a beautiful way of streamlining your psyche' Lucy Mangan, Guardian ALSO AVAILABLE FROM SARAH KNIGHT: YOU DO YOU: how to be who you are and use what you've got to get what you want AND Get Your Sh*t Together - the New York Times bestseller helping you organise the f**ks you want and need to give
Deadly Confession is a CHRISTIAN cozy mystery. When a military vet dies in a nursing home, Chaplain Dexter Merriman gets involved. But he has a funny feeling that things aren't what they appear to be; was this a natural death, or was it murder? And when Dex and his sidekick, Crazy Maisy, find a couple of old photos that suggest the dead man had a secret past, they set off to find out what really happened. "Chaplain Merriman" is a standalone book. It is part of the series "Chaplain Merriman Christian Cozy Mysteries." These books can be read in any order.
Doggone Christmas, the Christmas Kitten, Bird Brain, Seeing Red, the Christmas Puppy
Author: Liz Dodwell
Publisher: Mix Books, LLC
Five fun cozy mystery books with pet-sitter Polly Parrett. Doggone Christmas: "Control that dog or I'll shoot him." Those are the words that spur Polly Parrett to action in this riveting and hilarious cozy mystery. A cute Christmas murder mystery about pets and a special dog, you'll instantly be drawn into the story. The Christmas Kitten: Polly Parrett finds herself in the midst of another cozy murder mystery. This time it involves two little girls, a wicked stepmother, and a missing father. Oh, and Christmas is almost here. Bird Brain: Polly Parrett meets Polly parrot. Together, can they solve a murder mystery? Polly finds herself having to cope with a moody macaw, a volatile new resident at her mother's halfway house for veterans, and oh yeah, a dead body. Seeing Red: Why did the dog get so angry? And just who is Heather Haggerty? Mallowapple's most famous pet-sitter is in the thick of it again. She can't seem to get away from dead bodies. It's as if murder - or murderers - follow her around. The Christmas Puppy: What do bulldog puppies and garden gnomes have to do with a dead Santa Claus? Once again intrepid pet-sitter, Polly Parrett, finds herself in the thick of a murder investigation in this fun cozy mystery.