Part ghost story, part mystical discourse, The Tenth Life is a haunting story of mystery, logic and magical truth-telling. A transcendent glimpse into the small life of a t-so-simple 87-year old man who isn't seeking anything in particular at this stage of life and finds that sometimes the overwhelmingly peculiar arrives without tice. In the shape of house cats. Based on a true story.
Michael Titus lives with his four cats, including Bwca, who is a ghost, surrounded by the hauntingly beautiful mountains of rural West Virginia. He is fond of coffee and tea, and collects small tin wind-up toy robots and bowler hats. This is his second book. He still has many stories to tell. Brett Fernau is a photographer, writer, actor, musician, blogger and shade-tree mechanic who lives in Los Angeles with his wife, Carol, and their two cats. He loves to read and collect books of all sorts. He also enjoys restoring and driving vintage Volkswagens. When not otherwise occupied he likes exploring the public stairways which are hidden all over the city. He writes short stories about cats and publishes them as e-books. This is his first real book.