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At Paws and Claws Publishing, LLC, we want to publish books that give children and teenagers—as well as the adults who read to them, mentor them, guide them, and teach them—the kinds of books that will influence them to make a positive difference in our world and to be successful, well-rounded, compassionate human beings.
In the publishing world, smaller can be better. Yes, Paws and Claws Publishing is a small company. We accept books from first-time authors as well as established authors. We don’t expect every author to write sequels. We work one-on-one with each author from the time we first contact him or her. We don’t create cookie-cutter books. Every book is unique, tailored to the author’s story and message and desires, and enticing to readers and book buyers alike.
Every author earns membership to an exclusive club: the Paws and Claws Publishing family. You see, once we commit to an author, we remain committed to him or her. We promote and market every author and their book(s) in perpetuity. Our books won’t go out of print. Each author’s family membership won’t expire.
We have several advantages over large publishing houses. We care passionately about books. We always have, and we always will. We grew up reading, reading, and reading. We couldn’t devour enough books. All kinds of books. (MORE)
Welcome to Paws and Claws Publishing, LLC
Passion is our principle. Making a difference is our passion.
Our Vision Statement
Our goal is to publish books that make a difference. Books that have something important to say to readers.
Books that may motivate and inspire their readers to make positive changes in our world or to impact the lives of all living creatures.
Paws and Claws Publishing, LLC, would like to announce that
Westie Tails—Meet Two Little Westies by Cindy W. Hollingworth
has won the Maxwell Medallion in the Children’s Books category of the
Dog Writers Association of America 2016 Writing Competition.
The award was presented at the Writing Competition Awards Luncheon on Sunday, February 12, 2017, in New York City. Cindy Hollingsworth won in the Children’s Books category (Category 43). In her book, Cindy crafted a lively, entertaining poem about her loyal, dependable companions Watson and Bill. They are her West Highland white terriers and have been her favorite friends for years. She also included ways that faithful canine companions provide comfort and unconditional love to their owners. As Cindy wrote, their “personality, love, and devotion rank at the very top.” Underlying the author’s enchanting rhyming text are gentle reminders of ways that responsible pet owners take care of their pets.
This is the first time a book published by Paws and Claws Publishing, LLC, has been submitted for a DWAA award.
in the Attic
By Stella Barton Day
This riveting story will capture the attentions of readers of mysteries. They’re sure to be curious as the story develops and Daniel experiences his ever-more-exhilarating dreams about him and the monkey. The author has masterfully created the children’s mystery book that her Italian grandmother and she would’ve enjoyed reading together. Readers will have questions that the author has answered in the book and others that will leave them wondering.
Haikoons and the Dragon Girl
By Carol Rauch
In a series of haikus, the author explored which option was better: five cats or a boyfriend? No spoilers here. Then her pages of funny takes on the myriad of ways her cats prevented her from sleeping will resonate with many readers.
Haikoons and the Dragon Girl—Mewsings on my Feline Flock is an entertaining, humorous poetry book for adults. Idiosyncrasies
of cats fill every haiku. Readers will see cats they’ve known throughout the book.