Books | Tish MacWebber

This is where you can read about Tish MacWebber’s published and upcoming books. Tish MacWebber has a logo of Always Thinking…and she really is! Her purpose is writing. She is not limiting herself to any particular genre, what would be the fun in that? 


From Where I am Sitting…

“All books should have at least one talking cat in them.” My friend believed this with all of her heart. After she lost her battle with cancer, I was inspired to write this book to honour her. Based on her quote, it was written from the point of view of the different cats in my life, including 2 chapters about my friend’s cats. A funny, heartwarming read, containing tales which may or may not reflect the whole truth; written in their different voices, to make it authentic, at least in terms of a fictional, humorous memoir, narrated by cats.      

Simba, continually amazed by everything. Rascal, a cool cat with a lot of charisma. Mistletoe wrapped everyone around her little paw. Lucy the quirky queen, and Dude, who had a fan club and loved beer. This group of cats lived legendary lives, and they can’t wait for you to read about their adventures! 

Why I Write

If I am being honest, I have been writing for most of my life. Whether it was journalling, song lyrics, poetry, blogging, short stories or creative writing, it has always been a passion of mine. When I discovered it was the reason I am here, to write and share my stories with the world,  I wanted to write a fantasy trilogy. As a new author, I decided to try out this book writing passion to see if I could actually write a book. I did. Now I plan to write many more.

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Tishspiration Tuesday | Don’t Let Yourself Fall Between The Cracks

Tishspiration Tuesday | Don’t Let Yourself Fall Between The Cracks

I know things are wild out there. People are yelling at people about the safe distance and who should or should not be out and about. Remember that they are not intending to be ignorant, they, like you, are scared of what is happening, because they, like you, have no control over things they normally would have control over. Like going to work and getting a paycheck. Going to the mall. Seeing their friends and family.

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