Thursday, November 22, 2012

Velcro in the Tallahassee Democrat

The Tallahassee Democrat ran a piece on Velcro: The Ninja Kat in today's Chronicle section. I'm certainly thankful for that, so check it out, and have a Happy Turkey Day!

Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Friday Fest Book Signing

Hey Panama City, Chris Widdop will be signing copies of Velcro: The Ninja Kat at Books By The Sea (571 Harrison Avenue) this Friday night, November 2nd. So come on down for Friday Fest starting at around 6:00 PM, and get your very own signed copy of Velcro: The Ninja Kat!

For more information concerning the location and Friday Fest, visit and, or check them out on Facebook.

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Velcro's Leviathan Giveaway!

Fans of Scott Westerfeld's Leviathan series now have the opportunity to win the entire trilogy along with an autographed copy of Velcro: The Ninja Kat!

I feel that fans of the Leviathan series would find much to like about Velcro: The Ninja Kat, and so I'm giving you the chance to check it out and see for yourself. 10 winners will receive their choice of any 1 book in the Leviathan series, along with a signed copy of Velcro: The Ninja Kat, and one grand prize winner will receive all three books in the Leviathan series to go with their signed copy of Velcro: The Ninja Kat!

To enter, either 'like' Velcro: The Ninja Kat on Facebook, follow @Velcro_NinjaKat and tweet about this giveaway on Twitter, or leave a comment below.

Edit: Congrats to our winners, Daniel, Doug, Erik, Erika, Gavin, James, Mike, Rachel, Storm, and Tracey, and to our grand prize winner, Kristen! You all should have received e-mails from me (let me know if you haven't!).

Thank you to everyone who entered!

This giveaway is for US and Canada only. You must be 13 years or older, or have a parent or guardian enter for you. We are not responsible if prizes get lost or damaged during shipping. Winners will be contacted by e-mail 48 hours after the giveaway ends. If you have any additional questions feel free to send us an e-mail at

Saturday, October 6, 2012

Did You See The Ninja Kat?

This weekend we held two different book signings for Velcro: The Ninja Kat; an unadvertised First Friday "Secret Ninja Signing" at Loud Voice Books, and then The Book Shelf Signing on Saturday. While Chris Widdop was busy signing books, The Ninja Kat was on the prowl, and actually got caught by a few cameras throughout the events. Click on the images to enlarge them, and check 'em out for yourself!

Thursday, September 27, 2012

Meet The Ninja Kat!

When you come on out next Saturday, October 6th for The Book Shelf Book Signing, now you'll also get the chance to meet The Ninja Kat himself!

We hope to see you out there!

Thursday, September 13, 2012

A Look Inside Velcro: The Ninja Kat

For those of you still on the fence, here's a quick glance inside the pages of Velcro: The Ninja Kat. Just click on the image below to read the first two chapters for free.

Wednesday, September 5, 2012

First Friday Book Signing

Hey Tallahassee, Chris Widdop will be signing copies of Velcro: The Ninja Kat at Loud Voice Books this Friday night, September 7th. So come on down to First Friday at Railroad Square (675 Industrial Drive) starting at around 7:00 PM, and get your very own signed copy of Velcro: The Ninja Kat!

For more information concerning the location and First Friday, visit Loud Voice Books' Facebook page and

Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Velcro: The Ninja Kat - Now Available!

Sneaking up on you like a ninja, Velcro is now available to own! You can order your copy today on in either paperback ($5.99) or on e-book for Kindle ($0.99). So check it out, and hopefully you'll enjoy it as well!

Monday, August 27, 2012

Velcro on Facebook and Twitter

The official Facebook page for Velcro: The Ninja Kat has launched and can be found here. So check it out, and make sure to 'like' it and share it with your friends.

And also, for those of you on Twitter, be sure to follow @Velcro_NinjaKat for regular updates.

Sunday, August 26, 2012

YA Urban reviews Velcro: The Ninja Kat

Check out the following review posted by JP Sullivan over at YA Urban:

Things that I liked:

1. The anthropomorphism. It was well-done, slick and semi-casual, leaving little room for question, and leaving the reader little choice but to just go along with it.
1. The world. Widdop is a good world-builder. Without going overboard, I got a good sense of the setting, which is always important.
3. The story arcs. They were obviously thought-out and I enjoyed them.

Continue reading YA Urban's full review of Velcro: The Ninja Kat...