21 Responses

  1. debby236
    debby236 at |

    I love shifter books and try to find as many possible.
    debby236 at gmail dot com

  2. Shirley Ann Speakman
    Shirley Ann Speakman at |

    I love the premise of the story and it’s so sad to think the tigers are disappearing in the wild they are such magnificent creatures.

    1. Shirley Ann Speakman
      Shirley Ann Speakman at |

      E-mail addy: shirleyann2400(at)gmail(dot)com

  3. Didi
    Didi at |

    Thanks for the post, JT – another insight into behind the story. I’d say it’s an added nudge to read the book. 🙂
    Congrats on your newest release and thanks for a chance at the giveaway.
    puspitorinid AT yahoo DOT com

  4. kp59
    kp59 at |

    I love shifter books and can’t wait to read this one!
    kathleenpower at comcast dot net

  5. heath0043
    heath0043 at |

    good luck with the book. I love shifter stories and combining it with social problems is a great premise.
    heath0043 at gmail dot com

  6. susana
    susana at |

    I’m a cat person as well, and I love all kinds of cats, big, small, medium…. Congratulations on the release, J.T. It sounds really good

  7. Peaches
    Peaches at |

    What an insightful post. I’ve been involved in conservation efforts for many years now and love how this story may bring awareness to even more people. Thank you.

    1. Peaches
      Peaches at |

      email: peachescon(at)gmail(dot)com

  8. Lisa
    Lisa at |

    Thanks for your post. It’s difficult to understand why humans would want to destroy such majestic animals.

  9. Trix
    Trix at |

    I like cats, too!

    vitajex@aol dot com

  10. Bretton R Coppedge
    Bretton R Coppedge at |

    I love that there’s a scientist character


  11. H.B.
    H.B. at |

    Thank you for the post. I like them both but cats are cuter (totally bias because our first family pet was a kitten).
    humhumbum AT yahoo DOT com

  12. Ami
    Ami at |

    Well, as an Indonesian and my father came from Sumatra island, this will be interesting reading material for me. Thanks for giveaway chance … amie_07(at)yahoo(dot)com

  13. Toni
    Toni at |

    Thanks for your post! violet817(at)aol(dot)com

  14. sherry1969
    sherry1969 at |

    I love the cover and I’m always looking for a new shifter book.
    sstrode at scrtc dot com

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  16. Purple Reader
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    Congrats and thanks for the post. I actually prefer stories that are meatier and broadening. That’s why I liked Murder Once Seen, and this sounds like another good one – what with the interesting premise, locale of Sumatra, conservationism, multicultural and weretigers (my shifter pref if I could :-). –
    TheWrote [at] aol [dot] com

  17. Give A Rose
    Give A Rose at |

    I’m so glad that, through your book and your informative talk, others become aware of the dangers of extinction these beautiful creatures are facing. Thanks for that and for sharing your book’s blurb. Much success to you!
    taina1959 @ yahoo.com

  18. Bea LaRocca
    Bea LaRocca at |

    Congrats on your new release. A gorgeous cover and an intriguing blurb have made this a must read for me. I really appreciated what you’ve said about your hope for readers as well. It would be wonderful if more people took notice of the world in which we live in and the other creatures that share it with us.
    Thanks so much for posting.

  19. Serena S.
    Serena S. at |

    Congrats on the new release! The premise sounds really good, not like the common shifter book.



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