I have a colossal backlog. I think when I was researching folk art for my MIDWINTER MAGIC bookcover, I started doing these little patterned animals in marker. (I’m not so good with the flowers.) I think they’re very cheery!
Thank goodness for Krita’s autosave–I almost lost my work on this image!
Including Exotic Shorthairs!
A kitten in the background of the Moxieverse, I’m sure.
It’s called A Gingersnap Cat Christmas and I have NO IDEA WHAT I’M DOING. %D
Basically it’s Highway to Heaven but the angel is a cat. At least, that’s the premise so far.
It’s also starting off at a slower pace than I expected. But hearing about Heaven’s cat colony is very interesting!
“Magnum dropped something else off. Feels bad in your hands.”
Leaves. Dish sponges. Shoelaces.
Katheryn Crenshaw is used to her cat bringing her odd gifts.
Then he brings home an object that terrifies her.
It won’t be the last.
Novelette: 10,900 words. PG-13.
A disquieting tale starring two women. More disturbing than gory, with many of the scares happening in broad daylight…
And in a complete mood swing from the last release, we have What the Cat Brought Back. It’s a novelette (think: longer short story) perfect for Halloween reading.
Writing this, I was surprised by the tender friendship between the two women, Katheryn and Mallory. I mean, it’s still a horror story, but there’s some light in the bleakness.
And please remember, reviews are always welcome!
Didn’t want another Tuesday to pass by without a Moxie!
(Krita said I only spent 13 minutes on this but it felt like a lot longer! Those hands were tricky!)
Coloring took about an hour, drawing…eh, who knows! At least one episode of THE BATMAN and part of one WEST COAST CUSTOMS. Whose theme song gets stuck in my head.
Anyway! When you go to MoxieKitten.com, this is her new favicon! Whee!
Help Punks Get Her Tumor Removed!
Punks the Cat has a massive lipoma on her back between her shoulders that is limiting her mobility. We are trying to raise the funds necessary to get it removed. Visit our YouCaring page to read our story. If you can help, go to our campaign on YouCaring by clicking on the widget below. And please share. Each share means more than you know.
Punks is a therapy cat owned by Jennifer Amriss to help her with post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression, and chronic anxiety. Any and all help is welcome and appreciated. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts.
In my quest to figure out what to do for my latest webpage, I stumbled upon Ms. Amriss’ site and this plea to help get surgery for her therapy kitty. Our cat Pixel isn’t an official therapy cat, but he’s helped our family through a lot of tough times, so I wanted to pass word along in case you could help.
Wish I’d had some reference so I coulda put the crazy cat witch in an (equine) riding getup like I wanted!