Monday, March 30, 2020

The butter (?) did it, shooting things with arrows, and my work from home family: #romance #writing news

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Review snippet:
A new review of Coffee and Crushes at the Cat Café was titled “Sweet and innocent romance will make you feel good about people again.”
“This book is perfect for these troubled times. It's a sweet romance that's innocent enough for teenyboppers to share with their mothers as they shelter together on the couch.”

Send the book to someone who needs a comfort read! Or send the whole collection for 3-in-1 fun – The Furrever Friends Cat Café Collection includes Coffee and Crushes, Kittens and Kisses, and Tea and Temptation.Get it from my Amazon US page or Amazon UK page. (For other countries click here.) 

Here’s Panda begging for attention. Look at those short little legs!

For Panda exploring the TP situation, see this video.

Also fun, paying taxes. I came across this message:
"You are a small business taxpayer if you have average annual gross receipts of $26 million or less for the three prior tax years."
Well, good to know I only have 25.9 million and a lot of change to go. Thanks.

Hubby and I have been getting outside some. Shooting things with arrows is a good way to blow off steam.

Cat cafés in the news: Check out Cat & Craft - Cafe to see their ongoing adoptions. They also have an online shop with clothing, mugs, jewelry, pillows and more. Proceeds “help mitigate the costs we will continue to carry in order to save cats.”

Digital Mistake of the day:
"I think we can show the knife was in the drawer when it was locked."
"By the butter."
This exchange was intriguing, until I realized that it was the result of a digitalization error in an old Perry Mason novel, and it was supposed to be butler, not butter. I really wanted to know how butter on the knife proved where it had been.

Things you should be watching: Save Our Shelter on Netflix
Two guys visit animal shelters (mostly for dogs) and help them renovate. There is a strong marketing element – you'll know who their sponsors are – but it's also wholesome and sweet to see the passion and generosity people have taking care of animals.

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