This is the sixth "Magic Kitten" title in this charming new series. Flame is prince and heir to the Lion throne but he is not yet strong enough to stand up to the evil uncle who killed his parents and is trying to claim Flame's throne for his own. Flame must hide in the human world as a kitten but can't stay in any place for too long for fear of his uncle finding him. So Flame travels from family to family in various kitten guises using his, often chaotic, magic spells to help those who need it along the way. Sadie is so excited to be attending the local circus youth group, especially since she seems to have a real talent for all the acrobatics! Sadie's best friend Jenny, isn't quite as good as Sadie and becomes jealous and cold towards her. Sadie really doesn't know what to do until she finds a lonely coal black kitten...
Welcome to the wacky, wild world of Vanity Circus. In this ring we have self-publishing. In that ring we have traditional publishing. And here in the middle ring, let's introduce New Publishing Vanity Circus is an entertaining, funny, and insightful book that guides readers through the complex, sometimes frustrating, but always interesting world of publishing. If you're an author or writer, thinking about becoming an author, or just interested in learning about publishing, Vanity Circus explains all the nuances of the industry, from finding a fitting title, to writing a provocative chapter one, to catch the publisher's attention--and from writing a winning query letter or synopsis to answering the age-old question, "Do I need an agent?" Readers will learn tips to choosing the right book title, tricks to writing an effective first chapter, and insider secrets to contracts, copyright law, and trademarks. Vanity Circus explains all levels of publishing as told by two funny ladies who also own 3L Publishing.
Gus and Ted climbed up to their trapeze . . . Santa saw very little, for she was so afraid Gus would fall . . . Peter and Santa live a rather dull existence with their Aunt Rebecca, but when she dies they face the awful prospect of life in separate orphanages. In desperation they run away to find their only living relative, Uncle Gus, who works in a circus as a clown. Gus will only let them stay if they promise to work hard, and so the children plunge headlong into the circus world where they soon discover skills they never knew they had! But life is so different - will they ever truly belong?
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