Cat Ladies of the Apocalypse – Misha’s Latest Fiction Treat

Misha Herwin

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Cat Ladies of the Apocalypse is out.

Who knew when I submitted this at the beginning of the year that we would be in the middle of plague and pestilence?

It had been a while since I’d written, let alone sent off, a short story but there was something in the description of bad ass women with their cats that really appealed. Added to that there were the constant images of Syrian refugees escaping from towns devastated by what seems to be an endless, unremitting war and the story, “The Daughters of Bastet” was born.

Bastet has always been a favourite goddess of mine. The daughter of Ra, the sun god and the Distant Goddess, who leaves Ra and returns to bring transformation, Bastet, is the goddess of home, domesticity, women’s secrets, fertility and childbirth.

Kitchen Goddess 2A blue and white definitely not Egyptian version sits on the windowsill in my kitchen…

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