Happy Sunday from the Publishing Cat

Memeng the publishing cat is a long time fan of Mr Whiptail. In fact, he could see himself playing one of the roles.

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cat                       ©Vivian Head, Biddy Lee 2019

William wasn’t very good at cooking and so he had just gone to the larder
to get a piece of his favourite cheese when he noticed two enormous eyes
peering through his front door which he had foolishly left open. The eyes
belonged to the village cat Jaspurr who, up until that moment, William had
never had any trouble with. William could feel the hairs rise on the back of his neck, nervous about what was going to happen next. He wondered if his little hairy legs were
going to hold him up for much longer.
“Leave me alone Jaspurr, go and find your own food!” William said, trying
to sound tough, but his voice was a giveaway as it showed signs of a slight
quiver.
“Why?” asked Jaspurr.
“Because it’s not fair picking on someone that is so much smaller than
you. And anyway your humans give you plenty of food.”
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William Whiptail Back in Town

It’s finally happening. William Whiptail, the well-loved English mouse will be back in town next month (August) with the sequel William Whiptail’s Words of Wisdom.

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William Whiptail is so pleased when he finds a new friend to share his next adventure with. He wants to search for the Book of Knowledge because he has one very important question to ask it. Can it help William in his quest?

The first book The Wanderings of William Whiptail did really well, especially on Amazon and amongst adults, and I hope those who have followed William’s story will continue to do so. I am so proud and honoured to represent the little mouse, and he has already settled well into the Puiyin W.L. Publishing family. Rumours even has it that William Whiptail will become an ongoing series. Until then, I hope you readers out there will enjoy the sequel just as much as I did. Happy reading!