Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Pump Up Your Book: "Purrs of Wisdom" by Ingrid King Book Blast (ends 1/11) U.S./Canada

Purrs of Wisdom is a collection of essays featuring lessons in conscious living, inspired by the cats who have shared the author’s life.
From help with every day challenges to inspiration on living a joyful life, this compilation provides encouragement, guidance, and enlightenment, feline style.
Whether it’s creating balance, navigating turbulent times, or finding the magic in life’s ordinary moments, there’s something for everyone in this book.
Chapters include:
·                 The Healing Power of the Purr
·                 Making Time for Contemplation
·                 Routine as the Key to Happiness
·                 Purging Can Make You Purr
·                 Healthy Cats, Healthy Human
The stories may remind readers of lessons their own cats have taught them, provide “aha” moments, or simply bring a smile.
The book is best enjoyed with a cat curled up on your lap.
PRAISE FOR Purrs of Wisdom
Purrs of Wisdom, by Ingrid King, is a treat for anyone who is enchanted by all things feline! The book is an exploration of lessons on living a joyful and inspired life, learned from the many magical cats who have shared the author’s journey.
I found gifts on every page, but the section titled Lessons from a Maple Tree especially touched my heart. The author talks about taking time out of her busy day to soak up the tree’s magnificent colors when the leaves change in the fall. “Doing nothing without feeling guilty” is a lesson she learned from her cats. Ingrid’s words were a gentle reminder to this fast-paced former New Yorker to look to my own kitties for guidance when my world seems to be spinning a bit too quickly.
Purrs of Wisdom is sure to be a treasured addition to any cat lover’s library!”
Christine Davis, Author of For Every Cat An Angel and Forever Paws
“Reading this collection of feline-inspired essays and life lessons gave me several AHA! moments. Purrs of Wisdom is a refreshing read that packs a deceptively powerful punch and provides helpful recipes for finding your bliss. Ingrid King writes with compassion for those who struggle along as “life happens.” The gifted writer offers nearly poetic insight how to manage the angst, as well as to recognize the “why” behind such things. You’ll want to savor each individual chapter and purr-haps bookmark and revisit those that strike a personal chord. And of course, read aloud to your favorite feline companion!”
Amy Shojai, bestselling author of more than two-dozen pet books
Purrs of Wisdom is the perfect book for anyone who loves cats – and has an interest in living life to the fullest, with a positive and peaceful outlook – just like a cat does! It spoke to me on several levels and is sure to become a well-thumbed volume as I continue on my life’s journey.”
Ann Brightman, Managing Editor, Animal Wellness Magazine
“In this guide to living spiritually and creatively in a world that isn’t always quite comfortable with either quality, King, a keenly intuitive writer, draws upon the lessons she has learned from her beloved feline friends, weaving them deftly together with her own experiences. ”
- T.J. Banks, Author of Sketch People: Stories Along the Way and Catsong

As far as I'm concerned, you can't go wrong with cats.  I should know since we have 15 cats in our household.  This book sounds fantastic, and you can also enter to win!

 About the Author:

Ingrid King is a former veterinary hospital manager turned award winning writer. Her popular blog, The Conscious Cat, a comprehensive resource for conscious living, health, and happiness for cats and their humans, has won multiple awards, including DogTime Media’s  2012 Pettie for Best Cat Blog, 2011 Pettie for Best Overall Pet Blog, and About.com’s 2012 Readers Choice Award for Best Website About Cats. Ingrid is the publisher of the online magazine News for You and Your Pet, which goes out to subscribers around the world. Her articles have been published in Cat Fancy, Animal Wellness Magazine, Urban Animal, NOVADog, and on miscellaneous websites. Ingrid lives in Northern Virginia with her tortoiseshell catsAllegra and Ruby.
Visit her website at www.ingridking.com.

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  1. we had eight but one passed away. before you judge me no i am not a crazy cat lady it is compleatly not my fault. in 2004 my sisters neighbor had a kid and they were alergic to the cat so i took him in he was sleepy he passed 2 years ago she also left her cat with me because she was afraid her romates were overfeeding her. then in 2007 my sisters friend needed to find a home for two of her cats that there dog was bullieing so we took them in. in 2008 i found a cat in the house next to me that was abandoned the house not the cat the mother died it was a stray. then shortly after my sister brought 3 other cats home that she found threw her work on seperate ocasions and i guess i just cant say no to a cute face
    kaholgate at ymail dot com

  2. Not currently, but my sister does & she would love this!

  3. yep, we have a shelter cat, and his name is george, and I will hug him and pet him and squeeze him... - regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

  4. I do not currently, but have had several in the past.

  5. Had a kitty that was 21 yrs old. Just love cats, especially when they purrrrrrrrr.

  6. yes i do ...two ----- Paul T/Pauline T aka Paol Trenny ..... emscout9 at Hotmail dot com

  7. We own two mama cats and just got rid of 6 kittens

  8. i dont have one but i have family that do :)


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