PERTH, Scotland (PRWEB) June 21, 2018
Norma Lindsay debuts as a published author with the release of a colorful picture book starring “Pussninks: A Rather EXTRAordinary Cat” (published by Xlibris UK). The book was based on a cat the author had for 20 years.
Pussninks only has three legs, but this does not make him different, and therefore should not be looked upon as such. In spite of being down in the “limb department,” he just gets on with the job. He is the epitome of triumph over adversity.
“We live in a very prejudiced society, and this book can hopefully help to alleviate some of this misplaced prejudice,” Lindsay expresses.
Through Pussninks’ story, Lindsay wishes to impart a message to the readers, young and old, that despite life’s challenges, it is possible to achieve anything with determination and perseverance.
Readers may visit https://www.xlibris.com/Bookstore/BookDetail.aspx?BookId=SKU-001174297 to purchase and know more about the book.
An excerpt from the book reads:
Pussninks is no different
To any other cat
He chases, eats and sleeps
And that, he purrs, is that
“Pussninks: A Rather EXTRAordinary Cat”
By Norma Lindsay
Softcover | 8.5x11 in | 36 pages | ISBN 9781543489217
E-Book | 36 pages | ISBN 9781543489200
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Norma Lindsay is married, with two grown up children and twin grandchildren. She lives in the Perthshire Highlands of Scotland. Lindsay is 63. She has a background in hotel management and cake baking. She is now retired.
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