Monday, October 16, 2017
A Look Inside Velcro: Polluted War
Tuesday, October 10, 2017
Emerald City Comics Fest
Later this month, Chris Widdop will be signing books from The Ninja Kat series at the first ever Emerald City Comics Fest!
Emerald City Comics Fest will emanate from Forbes Recreation Center in Pinellas Park, Fl, and will take place on Sunday, October 22nd from 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM. So check us out while you're there, and visit Emerald City Comics on facebook for more information concerning the event.
Monday, October 2, 2017
Word on the Web: What others are saying about The Ninja Kat
Check out these recent reviews from across the web for The Ninja Kat series.
From M.H. Smith of The Pork-Chop Express' review of book one, Velcro: The Ninja Kat:
As a reader, do you every wonder: “gee, why aren’t there any anthropomorphic ninja books to read?” Well I’ve got great news for you THERE’S A SERIES!
I thoroughly loved this book and am excited to read the rest of the series! You should pick this up and give it a read too.
Read The Pork-Chop Express' full review here.
From Allie Adkins of Often Off Topic's review of book one, Velcro: The Ninja Kat:
It’s amazing that Chris fit so much action into a relatively small novel, in fact, the pace never lets up. It’s a blessing and a curse, because I never managed to find a good point to stop, so I burned through the pages much faster than I normally would! The world that Chris has created is fascinating, and the characters all being animals opens up a great opportunity for creativity, which was seized at every opportunity. It’s a serious read, but I chuckled to myself when I read about the hamster’s style of armour, and the Kat’s reaction to bees.
P.S. Chris – your cat is gorgeous!
Read Often Off Topic's full review here.
From Katy Rochelle of Oh So Geeky's review of the first three books in The Ninja Kat series to date:
Velcro: The Ninja Kat series offers thrills, humor, and heart. Widdop's adventure is perfect for readers looking for an enjoyable, short set of books to dive into. He's an engaging writer who comes into his own and improves every book. He has a true keen sense of describing what his characters are doing in bite-sized details. Each installment picks up where the last one ended and takes you on an action-packed, offbeat journey with unique characters. (And has inspired me to get a cat to call Velcro too!).
Read Oh So Geeky's full review here.