Janiss Garza ponders creativity, death, and the amazing lives of Lemmy Kilmister and David Bowie.
Even some very good writers leave something important out of their writing samples. But don’t worry, you can fix that.
Janiss Garza, FitCat’s publisher and editor in chief, will be speaking on a panel this Wednesday, September 16, for the Publishers Association of Los Angeles. The topic is “The Pleasures and Perils of Indie Publishing,” and her fellow panelist include Maggie Marr, Carolyn Howard-Johnson, and Gerald Everett Jones. Moderating is Robin Quinn. They will be […]
FitCat Publishing is accepting submissions for volume 2 of our award-winning book Rescued: The Stories of 12 Cats, Through Their Eyes. As with the first volume, it will feature 12 stories, all written in First Person Cat (in other words, through the eyes of the rescued cats), and a portion of the profits will go […]
Rescued is now available on Kindle worldwide. Here are the links to each of its Amazon pages.
FitCat Publishing’s president and head editor, Janiss Garza, will be one of the speakers at the 14th annual DIY Convention on March 7. She will be appearing on the panel, “Not Fade Away: Being Older in a Young Person’s Business,” talking about recreating oneself, staying fresh, and finding new niches… which is exactly what she […]
Rescued: The Stories of 12 Cats, Through Their Eyes, our anthology of real rescue cat stories, as told by the cats themselves, is coming out in print and ebook on Tuesday January 27, 2015. From the back of the book: “What do a cozy mystery star, an award-winning blogger and a library expert have in […]
I spent the weekend at the Digital Author and Self-Publishing Conference. It was great, and I’ll have a lot to say about the sessions I attended, but one issue stuck out for me during the “Building Your Platform as an Author” panel. It’s something I’ve heard writers say too many times and it’s so wrong. […]
FitCat Publishing is looking for writers for an anthology of rescue cat stories. This is a very special anthology because the stories will all be written in First Person Cat (in other words, through the eyes of the rescued cats), and a portion of the profits will go to cat rescue. This will be a […]