‘Grady the gray cat gets adopted’ by Lori A. Moore



Grady is a little gray cat. Grady’s fur is gray; that’s why his mommy named him that. He isn’t too skinny, and he isn’t too fat. And he lives in a home with two other cats. Grady the Gray Cat is spunky, playful, and sweet. Join him as he finds love, acceptance, and fun with his new family.

“Grady the Gray Cat Gets Adopted” is available on Kindle and Paperback. DOUBLE BONUS: there’s a code in the book where you can download the audio version of the book for FREE‬!

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” Grady is a loving cat and this great book brings out that same love within your home. I was very touched in the part when Grady asked his mom, “Why did you pick me?” and his mom answered why. You will find yourself smiling all along as you read how this curious, funny yet well-loved cat makes his new home his home. Your kids will adore Grady! Plus, this book brings your more Grady treat as the story continues to Grady the Gray Cat Gets a Toy Fire Truck in this wonderful Flip Book adventure. (by SweetChelle)”

“If you have not picked up this book to read to your child, than I highly recommend you do so. I mean, who does not like reading stories about kitties? (by M. Widelka)”

“The books share a lesson, but not in the way that it detracts from the story or overwhelms the child with moral complexities. The enjoyment of the story involves the adventures of the cute little cat. The art is colorful and fits the tone of the story perfectly. The stories are written in rhyme, which kids always love.(by Tracy S.)”

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Amazon US: http://www.amazon.com/Grady-Gray-Cat-Lori-Moore/dp/1617390488

Lori’s website: http://www.loriamoore.com/#!books-by-lori-a-moore/cee5


Lori A. Moore lives with her husband and their adorable cat, Grady,
in Louisville, KY.


2013 KART Kids Book List award for Hannah the Hedgehog Goes to Heaven.

2012 KART Kids Book List award for Grady the Gray Cat Gets Adopted.

2012 Readers Favorite Honorable Mention for Grady the Gray Cat Gets Adopted.

2011 Readers Favorite Gold Award for Missing Andy.

2010 Readers Favorite Bronze Award for From Zero to Christian in Just 35 Years.


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‘Missing Andy’ author, Lori A. Moore on her new book ‘Oh Ship!’


Every author has a moment in their lives that lead them to choose the path of storytelling. Each of them has an interesting story to share about that moment, but what Lori A. Moore (author of ‘Missing Andy and ‘Oh Ship!’) shared with me is one of the most interesting how-I-became-an-author stories I’ve ever heard.

Here is what Lori told me in this fun intereview…

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  • How did you decide to pursue a writing career?

“I didn’t! My former husband died in 2008 and a friend suggested that I journal as a way to deal with my grief. I turned that journal into a book about dealing with grief after the loss of a loved one in the book, ‘Missing Andy: The Journey From Grief to Joy’.

  • Was getting published hard?

“Surprisingly, no. It might be hard for some to understand or believe, but I’ll tell you how it happened. I was asked to share my testimony at a church in a neighboring state. After the service was over, a woman walked up to me and said, “God told me you’re going to write a book.” To make a long story short, she had even mentioned the name of a publisher she had researched. After my former husband died and I was journaling, I remembered the name of the publisher that the woman had said, looked them up on the internet, submitted my manuscript, and you could knock me over with a feather because they accepted it and offered me a book contract.”

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  • Are your characters based on people you know?

“Yes, all of them. My first book, From Zero to Christian in Just 35 Years, which I wrote simultaneously with Missing Andy: The Journey From Grief to Joy, is about me and how it happened that I walked into church for the first time in my life at age 35. ‘Missing Andy’ is about the loss of my former husband. My first children’s book, ‘Grady the Gray Cat Gets Adopted’, is about our cat, Grady, who we adopted from the Humane Society and the second children’s book, ‘Hannah the Hedgehog Goes to Heaven’ was written about how to deal with the death of a pet because of my losing two of my precious cats in a two year period. My most recent book, ‘Oh Ship! Tales of a Cruising Chick and Other Travel Adventures’ is about my visits to 50-something other countries and my next book, to be released in Summer 2016, has characters fashioned after real people.”

  • What genre are your books?

“Apparently I’m a ‘mutt’ author because two are Christian Living, two are Children’s, one is Travel Humor, and one will be Suspense.”

  • Which of your books is your most favorite?

“Can a parent pick a favorite child? Geesh! Okay, if I HAVE TO pick one so far, I’d say ‘Missing Andy’ because readers have given me so much feedback about how it has helped them and I meant it also as a tribute to a wonderful man.”

  • Do you have a specific writing routine?

“Routine? You haven’t met me, have you?!”

  • What are your current projects?

“Depending upon the success of ‘Oh Ship!’, I hope to write a sequel, ‘Oh Ship 2: More Ship Happens’, as I continue to travel and experience new adventures.”

  • What’s next for you?

“So many ideas, so little time.”

Author Bio Banner-Lori A. Moore


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