A fun interview with Spam The Cat, the purranormal detective hero of the graphic novel I did with Spam’s author, Elizabeth Ann Scarborough, called “Spam and the Sasquatch”. This is about Ms. Scarborough’s other books about Spam, for which I also did the covers. A good read!
Have I got a treat for you, and it’s better than catnip. I have a purranormal cat detective here to cat chat with me today.
What is your name and your author’s name?
My name is Spam, because my feral father’s hobby is making copies of himself with all of the unaltered lady cats in town. There are long haired ginger cats and kittens everywhere you look.
My two-legged author’s name is Elizabeth Ann Scarborough but she let her cat cultural consultant, K.B. Dundee (aka Kittibits) take top billing on my first book.
What book(s) have you appeared in and what genre are they?
Spam’s the name, purranormal detective is my game (so a cross between mystery and woo-woo). Or as my raccoon assistant, Renfrew likes to say, “We use our snoopiness to solve spookiness.” My books are:
- Spam Vs the Vampire (my “origin story”)
- Father Christmas, or Spam the…
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