The Cat Food Chronicles: Book 1 Part 1 is now number # 5 on Amazon Books, Cat Sleuth Bestsellers.
Level: Adult & Young Adult (16 & up)
If you like Sookie Stackhouse, Stephanie Plum, KoKo and Yum Yum, you’re
sure to love Spooky Sinclair, the lead character in the wickedly
funny, seriously psychic, six part series, The Cat Food Chronicles.
The Cat Food Chronicles is a contemporary pop-
culture mystery filled with A- list celebrities, righteous
rock-n-rollers, and ridiculous romantics. A crossover
novel, The Cat Food Chronicles targets savvy yet silly adult and
young adult cat lovers sixteen and up.
Following in the footsteps of Britney, Lindsey, and the likes,
Callie Bryant, Hollywood’s newest bad girl, comes to town
as the lead in the much awaited Romeo and Juliet … the Rock Opera.
When Callie actually dies on stage, Lily, Holly and Spooky (two
psychic sisters and one psychic cat) get together with the irkily
handsome, yet musically inclined Detective Richardson to solve the
Set in San Francisco, The Cat Food Chronicles is a story of
cats, crime, cuisine, and lol comedy.
It’s me, Spooky Sinclair. I’m the lead character in the book, The Cat Food Chronicles and recently I was asked to give you a breakdown of Book 1, Part 1 so here it goes …
It was a regular ‘ole Friday night at the Spyder And The Fly Salon & Day Spa. Holly Worthington, the owner of the shop, had just finished payroll when celebutante Callie Bryant walked through the door and changed our lives forever.
Maya likes to count chickens before and after they’re hatched, attempt car repossession alone at night, debate television personalities while in her living room, and of course speed-walk!
She is the creator of Spooky Sinclair, the lead character in the delightfully ridiculous, six-part serial novel, The Cat Food Chronicles. Maya is a writer, actress, and make-up artist with national and international credits. She has been professionally entertaining people for over 25 years, and was the recipient of the 2008 Santa Barbara Writers Conference Endowed Scholarship Award, launched by the late great Ray Bradbury. Maya writes in many genres, including fiction, non-fiction, children’s, and young adult.
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