Today we are taking a look at a book from an unusual source! John Schroeder who is probably better known for being a music composer has sat down and wrote this wonderful cat book.
About the book:
Music producer John Schroeders latest book explores the therapeutic powers of the cat.
This gentle novel is not your run of the mill cat book, instead it is a story all about the calming powers of cats and how they can positively affect human lives. It is an entertaining mixture of fantasy and reality.
Cats have always been in and out of my life in one way or another providing love and support when I needed it most. At one time I found myself living with eleven of them! observes John. By chance I discovered the amazing healing power of the cat when one of my mothers pets developed an unusual relationship with my father, who was sadly both deaf and blind.
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Buckingham was big, Buckingham was beautiful and the day he found his way into Angela Tillsworthys life, neither she nor he were to ever look back. Surprisingly Angela was soon to discover that Buckingham possessed some extraordinary therapeutic powers, which were to ultimately affect a lot of peoples lives…
Published by the author using Matador by Troubador and available for only £10.99
This is a fun take on your usual cat books combining fantasy, true facts and the therapeutic effect of cats into a fun filled book that will not disappoint. From reading the book you can most certainly see that the author has paid close attention to what our feline friends do and how us cat lovers interact with them.
From the “cat running through the house” to “checking out what you are doing in the bathroom” it has got it all and in a way that will make cat owned humans and cat lovers alike enjoy this book!
More about the authors:
JOHN SCHROEDER has been heavily involved in the music industry for most of his life. From the 60s to the 80s he was employed by major record companies as a label manager, producer and songwriter and has produced no less than one hundred and seventy artists. Virtually no field of popular music was untouched by his hand from the pop/rock of Helen Shapiro and Status Quo to the orchestral jazz based stylings of Sounds Orchestral. He won the prestigious Ivor Novello award for Walking Back To Happiness as the best song of the year in 1961. John was also responsible for bringing the Tamla Motown label to the UK. He later formed his own label, Alaska, signing a band named Cymande who still remain as being the first British black band to conquer America. John has just completed their fourth album.
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