So in “The Tales of Astro Cat”, Chapter 7, new illustration,”Galileo and the Tower”, soon to be added to the book. This illustration depicts Galileo with his ‘assistant’, Galileo and his beloved friend and assistant, Bartolomeo, studying the Moon high up in a tower overlooking Venice, Italy. Read more about this endearing story in our eBook. Please share and tell your friends and family about the eBook. “The Tales of Astro Cat’ ©2012. Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble.com and Smashwords.com.
Well, we guess this is what comes from spending a lot of time in deep space. We think Marble has obtained knowledge of advanced space travel due to his morph mode training exercises at home…pretty impressive.
As Marble gazes into 2013, he has set three goals for himself:
1. Be more awesome than before;
2. Return to the planet Mars;
3. Sell 10,000 copies of The Tales of Astro Cat.
You can do it, Marb!
If you want to be one of “the 10,000″ this year, our book is available at:
Also, look for some major revisions and Astro Cat tales during the coming year.
he is having a Dickens of a Christmas in his stylish green top hat.
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Marble awaits the sun in the pre-dawn minutes of the Solstice, his cup of mead to warm him.
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New illustration added to our eBook, “The Tales of Astro Cat”, Chapter “Principia”. This one portrays Sir Isaac Newton in later years posing with his beloved friend and assistant, Alfred, who became the first honorary member of the Royal S
ociety. The chapter covers the period where Newton retires from the Society to work on alchemical experiments. During one of those experiments, he wears Alfred’s Purple Cone Hat with disasterous results. Get your copy to find out more about the life of Astro Cat at Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble.com and Smashwords.com. You’ll never see Einstein, Newton or Galileo in quite the same way!
A new illustration from our book, “The Tales of Astro Cat’, Chapter “The Generations”. Excerpt illustration:
“Saraphina was so called because she loved to spend her evenings gazing at the moon. She was, as her forbears had been, an expert mo
user, but when her work was done she would find a place in the garden under the open sky. In later years she began to scratch large crater-like holes in the ground – to the wonderment and dismay of the friars. They found her one night, the breath of her life having left her, but her eyes still gazing peacefully at the moon.”