by Lynda Hamblen
Cats are adorable creatures. They are one of the most popular pets around the world, and humans certainly love to have cats as their companions.
Contrary to the popular assumption that they are distant and aloof, cats are actually generally friendly and endearing in real life. In fact, many cats love to snuggle with their humans.
Because of these interesting and lovable characteristics of cats, they have also become one of the best characters in fiction stories about animals.
William and Tibby Forever, a book written by Lynda Hamblen, is an example of a great fiction story with cats as its characters.
The book is about two cats, William and Tibby, who live seemingly perfect lives with their second mom and her hon in a small gray house on a hill.
However, when one of them dies, their story starts to become a whirlwind of emotions. Overall, William and Tibby Forever is a heartwarming story full of fun, feelings, and lessons.
It is a story about life that never ends and love that never dies.
If you love cats like Lynda Hamblen, and you want to write a great story about your feline friends like William and Tibby Forever, then this article is especially for you.
Below are some tips on how to write a fiction book about cats to help you come up with your own "purr-fect" story.
Observe real-life cats
If you want to write an effective fiction book about cats, the first thing that you need to do is to observe actual cats.
Usually, when authors write about something, they first look for some inspirations for their characters before starting to write. You should do the same thing.
Before writing your cat story, look for some inspirations for your feline characters.
Spend some time on observing real-life cats - what their personality are, how they usually respond to things, and what their common mannerisms are.
Figure out how cats generally think, feel, and act. Get as much information about them as you can through observation and research.
The more information you have about real-life cats, the more precise your feline characters will be.