Buckley's Story: Lessons from a Feline Master Teacher

I am very excited to share the news that Buckley’s Story is an Award-Winning Finalist in the “Animals/Pets: General” category of the 2011 International Book Awards!

The International Book Awards honor knowledge, creativity, wisdom and global cooperation through the written word. Over 300 winners and finalists were announced in 140 categories. “The 2011 results represent a phenomenal mix of books from a wide array of publishers throughout the world,” says Jeffrey Keen, President and CEO of JPX Media Group. “Finalists and winners were chosen by a distinguished panel of industry judges who bring to the table their extensive editorial, PR, marketing, and design expertise.”

What makes awards like this one, and the 2010 Merial Human Animal Bond Award, which was awarded to Buckley’s Story last November by the International Cat Writers Association, so special is not just the recognition of all the hard work that went into writing the book.

It also means that even more people will hear about my little cat, and the way she changed my life in ways I never could have imagined. It means that her lessons will be shared with an even wider audience. It means that perhaps, somewhere out there, someone will find comfort in reading about my personal story of navigating through the devastating grief that comes with losing a beloved cat.

The spirit that was Buckley was endless love and joy. I can feel my little cat smiling now.

19 Comments on Buckley’s Story honored as Finalist in the 2011 International Book Awards

  1. Ingrid,

    I am so happy (tears!) that Buckley’s story is being honored once again, and that more people will be able to learn about her and the very special light and magic she brought into your world! (And to all who read about her!)

    Nancy

  2. Ingrid, this made my morning. Huge congrats! Buckley’s Story is a must read for all cat lovers.

  3. Congratulations Ingrid! Buckley’s Story has touched many cat lovers. You deserve all the recognition you receive.

  4. Congrats! I received your book Buckley’s Story as a gift, which I absolutely treasure. I reread it all the time.

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