The world’s first truly interactive ebook about cats

May 25th, 2012

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How it came about
I wanted to use the strength of the technology to help people, in a way that just hasn’t been possible for authors before. There’s a double search function built into this ebook, so that you can search very easily through over 400 separate entries.

The world’s first truly interactive feline ebook is now available, entitled The Interactive A-Z Guide to Famous Cats. I wanted to use the strength of the technology to help people, in a way that just hasn’t been possible for authors before. There’s a double search function built into this ebook, so that you can search very easily through over 400 separate entries.

You can move forward between cross-references and also go back between individual entries at a single click. This allows you to follow up on a particular thread of interest, whether you want to know about the various cats that have lived in the White House down the years perhaps, or those that were in Top Cat’s gang!

In addition, the cats themselves are divided into different groups. This means that you can sort the entries throughout the book, separating out all the real live cats, fictional cats, cartoon cats, musical cats or simply amazing cats, with a single search command. It means that not only is the book more useful as a result, but it actually becomes more personal too.

Cat sayings and more
Alongside this interactive directory, I’ve also published a companion ebook, called Cats & Us: The World of Famous Cats. This title looks in more detail at the ways in which cats have shaped our world, from feline sayings that have entered our language to symbols and imagery relating to cats. There’s also plenty of coverage of individual cats that have made their mark in the world as well, with the text extending to over 26,000 words.

Availability
Both these titles are available in Kindle format from Amazon, as well as through the iBookstore, Barnes & Noble’s NOOK programme and through the Kobo network.

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