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M.G. Rorai (cat poetry, children’s books, etc.)

M.G. Spear (horror, thrillers, etc.)

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From Bat-Cat to Vampire-Cat, these adorable creatures will make learning fun for everyone. Suggested reading age 8-12.

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A collection of gothic horror stories to make you second guess turning off the light.

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Purrrfectly hilarious cat poems!

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My name is Shern, and the Shadow man waits at the edge of my sanity. When time runs out will I be left standing, or will he?

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Praise for M.G. Spear’s/M.G. Rorai’s writing:

If you have ever spent time with a furry companion, especially of the feline variety, you will get a smile from this collection of anecdotal experiences.
Told from the cat’s point of view, this author does have a talent for setting scenes and events into rhyme.
From torturing toys and toilet paper, to scaring their humans (to show their love) and just enjoying life, including hikes, and perhaps not enjoying playing dress-up, this book has something for everything. Who doesn’t appreciate an uninvited Zoom appearance of the furry kind?

–review for Catnip, Toilet Paper, and Lasers

The narrative is immensely engaging and vivid. The vibe seeps under your skin, excites you and consumes you whole. I definitely want to read more by her.

— review for Twist in the Void

It’s a lovely pet centered storyline, and interestingly, the author presents the whole story from the perspective of a cat; “Pumpkin”.
“A Whiskered perspective” by M.G.Spear is a rather unusual yet enjoyable book, and the plot revolves around a young woman named Miller and her companion & pet cat, called Pumpkin. They were living a somewhat simple but happy life until one day, when “Rob” appeared into the scene, twisting their lives slowly but drastically. The writing style of the book was simple and smooth, and the flow of the story was engaging from the first page to the last. An enjoyable and recommendable book!

–review for A Whiskered Perspective

What should we do when we sense that we are being lied in a relationship? Or what should we do about the missing spark between us? Yes, it is complicated, and relationships always are.

That is when the books like this come really handy as it gives so many insights into regular dating and relationship problems…Such a helpful read.

–review for Green & Red Flags to Look For In a Relationship

Very similar to the shack, except more thought provoking.

–review for God is a Mob Boss

The narrative is extremely fun and humourous yet triggers introspection among readers at the same time. It provided me with a new lens to look at failures and comforted me with the hope that eventually everything will turn out fine – I just need to keep taking a step at a time.

–review for Motivation with Winged Cats

Holiday Posts
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Spooky Season 2021 Has Arrived

Don’t you just love October? This is my favorite time of the year, mostly because of my favorite upcoming holiday, Halloween. The ferocious Texas heat goes away, pumpkins come out to play, and skeleton flamingoes dance in yards. Let’s celebrate together. Check out today’s post, “Spooky Season 2021 Has Arrived”, on MGSpear.com.

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Inventing
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July 4th Spark

My July 4th weekend brought some well-deserved time with friends and family, and also turning my car into a faux hearse, which gave re-ignited a put aside passion.

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Valentine’s Day Bathroom Outlet

Can you imagine my husband toiling away in the bathroom with a fully charged phone and me reading him cat poetry through the door?

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Motivational

Winged Cats for 2021

Anyone can give advice; the trick is to take to heart what affects you. This is why I like motivational quotes. Not too in-your-face, but with just the right resonance to ping interest.
So this year I continue on in that vein, but with motivational winged cats interspersed with regular original quotes. I am looking forward to the new year and the adventures it will bring, so why not live dangerously by enjoying life and making quotes with a meow factor? After all, none of us escapes life alive.

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Chalk Body Outlines

A lot of interesting things has happened over this year—some good, some bad. It’s important to remember the memories of good times this year and in the past, and use them to look forward to a hopefully better year.
Whether you celebrate the holidays this year with family, friends, cats, dogs, guinea pigs, or all of the above, I wish you the warmest happy holidays and a great respite from everything that has taken shape around us.
Because you are worth it—trust me.

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Grateful Rollerblade Wheels

This year I am thankful for all the little things that have helped me along the way. Today’s post is about one of those little things: the time my husband decided to get rollerblade wheels for our desk chairs. It’s a funny story to remember ventures that worked out.

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82. Valentine’s Day

What does Valentine’s Day mean to you? For some, it means flowers and chocolate and date night. For others, it is a propaganda holiday, advertising to people to get all the candy; spend all this money on a lavish present; to prove your love to your significant other. It all comes down to this one […]

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70. Looking back

As this year comes to a close, I do the customary look back at it: I am so grateful for so many things. I am grateful for friends and family, for my jobs and for the adventures I have in the off time; for exploring new options with my blog and businesses; for you, dear […]

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67. Christmas Cheer

For some, the holidays are full of family and friends, of laughter and Christmas trees and presents and merry making all around. For others, this time of year brings tension, apprehension, and feelings of sadness. For a lot of people, sometimes it can be a combination of both. I hope you spend this Christmas in […]

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58. Thanksgiving recap

Since my husband’s main job is with an ISD, sometimes he gets school holidays off, like this past Thanksgiving week. I had the week off too, and we grazed on our Thanksgiving dinner on different days: we had an awesome recipe for bacon wrapped green beans that we made during the beginning of the week; […]

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