On Saturday, November 5, 2022, TCP author P. Jo Anne Burgh will be at the Norwalk (CT) Public Library in celebration of Independent Author Day.
Jo Anne will be speaking on a panel–Paths to Publication–with three other authors: Valerie Taylor, Rebecca Lowry Warchut, and Katlyn Duncan. As part of the panel, Jo Anne will talk about publishing independently, including how and why she formed Tuxedo Cat Press.
Jo Anne will also be selling and signing copies of State v. Claus.
From today (12/8/21) through the end of the year, Kobo is including State v. Claus in its Festive Reads/Holiday Romance promotion. This means that if you’re in the U.S. or Canada, you can score a deep discount on State v. Claus–only $3.99 (USD or CAD) in ebook format!
Just go to Kobo.com and look for the heading “T’is the season to fall in love” (and don’t ask me why they put the apostrophe where they did).
My name is Charlotte Antoinette Burgh. Once upon a time, I was a pregnant stray. Then, I was a shelter kitty, waiting to be adopted while my adorable little kittens easily found homes.
Today, I am the managing editor of Tuxedo Cat Press.
It wasn’t an easy road. My time on the streets was rocky. In addition to getting knocked up, I got into a few scuffles that left me with a scar on my nose and another on my eye. Not terrible, but enough that some potential adopters didn’t think I was pretty enough.
Here in the US, it’s Small Business Saturday, a day when we encourage everybody to shop at their local small businesses. Thanks to the internet, it’s possible to shop at many small businesses from the comfort of your home, but we guarantee that they’d love to see you in person!
Reader Elizabeth Flynn sent this photo after she purchased State v. Claus at her local independent bookstore, River Bend Bookshop in Glastonbury, Connecticut. This means that she supported THREE local businesses: River Bend Bookshop, Tuxedo Cat Press, and author P. Jo Anne Burgh. Way to go, Elizabeth!
State v. Claus is available at local bookstores nationwide. If your store doesn’t have it in stock, just tell the person in charge of ordering that it’s available through Ingram. They’ll know what that means.