Kelly McCullough writes fantasy, science fiction, and books for kids of varying ages. He lives in Wisconsin with his physics professor wife and a small herd of cats. His novels include the WebMage and Fallen Blade series — Penguin/ACE, and the forthcoming School for Sidekicks — Feiwel and Friends/Macmillan. His short fiction has appeared in numerous magazines and anthologies. He also dabbles in science fiction as science education with The Chronicles of the Wandering Star — part of an NSF-funded science curriculum — and the science comic Hanny & the Mystery of the Voorwerp, which he co-authored and co-edited — funding provided by NASA and the Hubble Space Telescope. Kelly on Twitter, Facebook, G+, ello

Friday Cat Blogging Now On Saturday Morning

December 15, 2012 in Friday Cat Blogging, Silly

Did you hears something sneaking up behind me?

No. Not this time. Not that last time. In fact, never. Nothing is sneaking up behind you.*

That’s snow moon! That’s a polar bear sneaking up behind Jordan!

Whatvever dudes! I’m just gonna chill here and think about The Hobbit.

Me too, awesome trainwreck of a movie.

And on a completely different note. Tail crosshairs engaged on target.

Firing space based kitten cannon in 3.2.1…

Dude this is the strangest cat blog I’ve ever been in.

It’s because I’m trapped under a Princess. If I move, she’ll kill me. Send help.

*Why, yes, that is an advance copy of Martha Wells’ Emilie and the Hollow World,

and it is all mine!

Friday Cat Blogging

December 8, 2012 in Friday Cat Blogging

I am not amused with your silly camera.


You have irritated me, I will destroy you with my mind.

You humans sit funny. Like dis. What’s up with that?

I was gonna sit there, but you’re in my sun. Deal.

I AM beauty.

Come ‘ere, I’m a smack you one.

I still want to know where the water goes.

Friday Cat Blogging

December 1, 2012 in Friday Cat Blogging

Bring me a…tunafish!

Crazy eyes, moi?

Hey Girl!

Does this foot taste funny to you?

I was going to kill you, but then I decided to take a lil nap insteadzzzzz.