Cat on the Keyboard

Author Christine Church's Musings, Books and Stuff…

I’ve waited my whole life to see “Bohemian Rhapsody”

Ever since I was 11 years old, I obsessed over Freddie Mercury and Queen. To one day think I would be sitting in a movie theatre watching their story was a dream I dared not hope could happen. I only hope one day to see my own books turned into movies, a dream even bigger than seeing Queen’s tale, which was indeed huge for me.

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James Franco as Dane Bainbridge?

Last week my mother and I went to the movies. This is a very rare occurrence as my mother, who is 74, doesn’t like to go out much. We went to see Justice League, not that that has anything to do with this post. Ha Ha. On our way out of the theatre, a movie […]

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The Day his Purr Stopped

Life has become crazy beyond description, and not in a good way, unfortunately. Well, ok, some things are not horrible, such as my novel¬†Beyond Every Mirror, which is doing ok in sales and getting great reviews. A few missed editing errors cost me a few stars in a couple reviews, but all editing errors have […]

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How Your Cat Will Sell Your Writing

Right now, you are calling me crazy! RIGHT? A CAT… a feline…selling your books, stories, and all else you may put on paper (or keyboard). See the photo to the left? This is my cat, Lucy and she is what I call my “spokescat” for my novels. I have also written and had published, several […]

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New Books, Giveaway and Tour

Happy New Year to EVERYONE!!!! ¬†Now that 2017 is upon us, I wanted to write a post on all the fantastic plans I have for this year! This is not something to miss, particularly if you love to read romantic fantasy and win wonderful free prizes!! Sands of Time, Special Edition: Still in the works, […]

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Cat in the Book and the Birth of a Novel

If your cats are as much family to you as my cats are to me, and you’re writing a book, even a fiction novel, you can put your cats into your book as characters. Anne Rice put her dog Mojo in several of her vampire books as her character Lestat’s companion. George R.R. Martin (Game […]

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