Paws, Claws, and Magic Tales BLOG TOUR!

The Fellowship of Fantasy anthology: Paws, Claws, and Magic Tales launches October 9th. In a lead up, we're featuring an awesome line up of blog tour posts featuring the various authors (you can find a full list here: https://www.fellowshipoffantasy.com/fantastic-writes).

About the Anthology

There's just something magical about cats.

Fierce hunters content to rest upon our sofas. Sweet friends but stubbornly independent. Fluffy little murder balls with jellybean toes and razor-sharp claws. It's easier to answer what cats aren't than what they are.

In this purr-fect collection, awesome authors pounce upon the challenge of the mysterious cat like the elusive little red dot it is. Curl up with sixteen stories all featuring our furry, frisky, fabulous feline friends. Inside, you'll find adorable house cats, majestic big cats, and imperious cat-dragons. You'll meet cats who are their owners' protectors, who help them find true love, and who tackle the challenges of caring for their clumsy human companions in hilarious, heartwarming, and harrowing ways. 

This fifth anthology from the Fellowship of Fantasy features new and returning authors, dedicated to giving you the best in cat-related fantasy fiction.


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Featuring "The Witch's Cat" author Rachel Ann Michael Rachel Harris
  • What was your inspiration for your story in the anthology?
I actually used the About Me section in the anthology as a Dedication spot. In there I dedicate the story to Rocky, our black cat. Rocky passed away a couple of years back and I took it kind of hard. At the time I was writing a different story about cats (evil ones) and just didn’t have the heart to keep working on it after he passed. I will probably be getting back to it here soon. He was a long-haired cat that was pure black with green eyes and just so sweet. I wrote this story in honor of him because when we had him I would think of the “black, unlucky cat” idea and knew he was not that. There was a different story about a black cat I had tried to write in honor of him, but it hadn’t worked out. I’m glad this story came together well.

  • Tell us about the cat(s) in your life.
We’ve had two different cats. The first was Pearl, a white cat. I loved her, but she had a better-than-you, looking down her nose attitude about her. She liked me though. Rocky was our other cat but technically he was my sisters. Black with green eyes and the most loving attitude. Completely different from Pearl. He would cuddle, crawl on top of the book or computer you were using. I hope to one day own a calico cat because I love the look of white, black, and brown. I wrote a short story about a calico cat in space once which did get published, Space Kitties 2.



Sounds awesome! 
If you love cats, check out this awesome new anthology! 


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  1. I loved how the black cat wasn't unlucky. I hate that stereotype, and feel sorry for black cats around Halloween because I know some people pick on them.

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