Yazzie! My e-mail program lost your message and address

Hi! Your cat pix were on the large size and somehow got your email deleted just after I opened it. I saved the cat pix to a computer folder but lost all contact with you.  I hope you check here.  Sigh.

Carole & Louie

21 Responses to “Yazzie! My e-mail program lost your message and address”

  • Dear Anita,

    I recall I answered you by email on that! You remind me that I MUST manage to find time to update my website more. My clones have been lying down on the job! Ordering online is always best these days. We have had so many rescue cats over the years and admire the work of people like your sister to save so many pets from horrible lives, or deaths.

  • Anita:

    Ms. Douglas:

    I just recently finished “Cat on a Hyacinth Hunt”, Fort Worth Central Library had a copy. I am interested in reading more recent works and was glad to find your website.

    My sister in Carrollton is the founder of Kitty Save, a non-profit dedicated to medical treatment and new homes for cats. You can google the website. She has worked hard on this project last few years and placed many well deserving cats into good homes.

    My sister is going to be recovering from surgery next several weeks. I would like to obtain a couple books autographed and “pawprinted” for her as a get well soon gift. What do you recommend? Order online or the Fort Worth PO Box?

    Thank you,
    Anita Martin
    ftwmartin@charter.net
    Fort Worth, Texas

  • Ann in SF--:

    Just completed the newest and hot off the press–Cat in an Alien X-Ray! Another smashing suspense filled saga, Ms Carole, and I enjoyed the more frequent “Louie” insights and humor. Always unexpected twists and unfinished business which now must keep for yet another year!! Waiting for the “Y”! Why must you keep us on the edge for so long?? I frequently wear the midnight Louie wild purple T shirt to enlighten more people to this marvelous humorous mystery solving sleuth! Enjoy writing!

  • Hi, Margaret,

    Thanks for contacting me! You’ll see by my last answer that the earlier 12 books are coming in eBooks as soon as I can prepare them. This November should have several out for Christmas!

  • Margaret:

    Carole,
    I wanted to thank you for writing your Midnight Louie books. I love them. It’s hard to find the older books. Will they be released for ebooks?

  • Hi, Jessica,

    I’m planning on starting a new Delilah book this summer. Meanwhile, Once Upon a Midnight Noir in eBook and soon, trade paperback, has two Delilah stories along with a Midnight Louie story that finishes Poe’s last, never completed work.

  • jessica:

    What is happening with the Delilah series? Is it over or will there be more books?

  • Hi, Nathan!

    Are you sharp-eyed! No, that’s just a coincidence. I’m preparing Catnap to come out in eBook and I’ll keep that in mind when I proofread it! Max is Michael Aloysius Xavier (Max) Kinsella.

    Since I didn’t go to the alphabetical title format until the third book, Cat on a Blue Monday, I’m renaming Catnap as Cat in an Alphabet Soup: the series begins. Book 2, Pussyfoot, will become Cat in an Aqua Storm or the like, and next will come Cat on a Blue Monday. And so on. This way I won’t have to say “after the first two books, Catnap and Pussyfoot, the alphabet begins with the B book” any more!! I’ll clearly label the first two books as previously published by their original titles.

    The sales force found that having “cat” in the title made for more sales, which is why I had to find a new title format for book # 3. I had wanted to be “different” with the titling, but couldn’t argue that I also wanted Louie to have the most sales he could have. And we all know Cats Rule.

  • Nathan:

    Hi Carole!

    I was just recently re-reading Catnap and noticed that Mary Ellen Gilhooley’s husband’s name is Michael Xavier. I was curious if this was just a coincidence, or if there was some connection to Max there?

  • Thanks for your comment! Yes, I don’t want to give the title away, but
    another one is in the works for next year.

  • Hi, Gwen,

    It’s always interesting to hear reader preferences regarding Max and Matt. :) That
    storyline is coming down to the finish line!

    Cheers,
    Carole

  • Dear Paola,

    I have an Irene Adler novella set in Warsaw, so I’m getting close to your suggestion.
    That’s titled “Dracula on the Rocks” and I’ll be making it available in eBook form first.
    I’m delighted the Adler books have been published in Poland! And to hear from a Polish
    reader. My mother’s family emigrated from Bohemia in the 19th century, so it’s been fun
    to visit Prague in the books.

    Thanks for writing,

    Carole

  • Janey:

    are there anymore delilah street books coming out i have read the 4 of them so far excellent books

    thanks
    Janey :)

  • Gwen:

    I like Max too, but Matt is a normal guy with a career in show biz and He’s a better match. Nice that Max might come back as another type of man.

  • Paola:

    I request to you, namely, whether the next book by Ms. Irene Adler shares could not be played in the Polish city – Kraków. To me this city really deserves to be included in your series.

  • Not this year, but next.

    Thanks for asking, Lee.

  • Lee:

    Hi, will there be any more Delilah Street books?

  • Hi, Leon! Yes, e-books are coming! But I also need to write new Midnight Louie books. :) If you go to http://www.wishlistpublishing.com, you’ll see what’s available in e-book so far. Midnight Louie’s “Fruit of the Tomb” short story includes an interview of me, by Louie. “The Private Wife of Sherlock Holmes” is an Irene Adler novella. And I have two “Scrooge” Christmas Carol pastiches, “Scrogged,” the novella that inspired the short novel, “A Wall Street Christmas Carol.” I hope to get those out together for next Christmas in e-book and trade paperback print. It’s exciting to know how many are waiting for this new format.

    Thanks for your understanding and patience.

    Carole and Louie

    Please bear with Louie and me. Converting print work to e-books is a many-process thing. We’re

  • Leon Jordan:

    Are you going to put the early Midnight Louie books (ie catnap and pussyfoot) on Kindle? We have all the other ones except cat in a jewel jumpsuit is on audio.

  • Hi, Edwina,

    I’m often in the same quandary about web communications myself.
    This did get to me, so that’s good! Glad you’re enjoying the series.

    The next books due out are Cat in a Vegas Gold Vendetta in paperback
    this June and Cat in a White Tie and Tails in hardcover in August.
    So I can tell you that a lot has happened since book “Q.”

    I’m glad to know your druthers on the romance front. You are not alone!

    Cheers,

    Carole

  • Edwina:

    Sorry if I’m commenting in the wrong place, couldn’t figure out where/how to do it and saw this.

    I do so enjoy your books, especially the ones featuring Midnight Louie. In process of collecting all of them, but was extremely disappointed when Cat in a Quicksilver Caper ended with Max’s death. Had hoped it would turn out to be a mistaken death or trick, but if Max doesn’t come back, not sure I want to read further. Matt is sweet, but Temple is his first love and normal people move on from their first love, so he’d get over it. Max has more depth, is exciting, and would make a deeply worthy mate for life. Just a reader who so hopes Max comes back : ) Thank you for such wonderful books!

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