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Laser pointers, hairballs, and other cat stuff Paperback – February 14, 2017
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"Your book is GREAT!" Jim Davis, creator of Garfield
About the Author
Nate Fakes sold his first cartoon in fifth grade, and throughout middle and high school, drew all day instead of paying attention in class. His edgy humor was infamous. In fact, at one point, he was invited by his high-school principal to stop drawing cartoons that poked fun at his classmates or he wouldn't graduate. He accepted.
After high school, he went to Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio. He took the job of graphic artist/cartoonist for the school newspaper, The Guardian, and created weekly political and gag cartoons. That gig landed him an internship at MAD Magazine in New York City, during which he wrote for the magazine and cleaned their storage room. At the end of the internship, with the storage room all spiffy, he returned to Ohio, continued to work with MAD on three different series, and drew for numerous other publications.
He has a syndicated cartoon, Break of Day, which appears in newspapers and online daily.
He also work with corporate clients, such as 21st Century Fox, developing unique, custom cartoons.
Nate still resides in Ohio. He has a wife, daughter and a cat named Tiger.
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I bought extra copies to give to my friends. I'll be ordering more soon.
Bravo, Nate. As Casey Stengel would say, ya done splendid.
Finally, at the point of emotional collapse, I hit rock bottom. I decided to try one last time to mend fences with Betsy. Betsy and I got into counseling. That is when our therapist recommended that I read "Laser Pointers, Hairballs, and Other Cat Stuff" out loud with Betsy. This totally changed my life. Finally, I was able to see the world from Betsy's eyes. Betsy become more than a cat, she became a purpose for seeing the world anew. Thank you, Nate.