Big in Germany?

I recently stumbled across a review of Petectives: Christmas Party on a German website called “Christmas Crime” (At least that’s what Google translate says the title is). Almost everything is in German but I’m pretty sure that its a positive review. According to Google translate, Yoshi is referred to as a “detective superhero” and Gatsby is called “the writing joke cooked for Yoshi who gets information.”. So I may not be getting a strictly accurate translation but I’m still sure that its positive. If anybody out there knows German, let me know what you think.

Check it out: Weihnachtskrimis

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Watty Awards 2016

I'm not sure what this is for but I probably deserve it!

I’m not sure what this is for but I probably deserve it!

Over on Wattpad, Petectives: The Webcomic has won a Watty Award for Visual Storytelling! For anyone not familiar with Wattpad, its an online international storytelling community where writers of every imaginable genre can share their work. If you’re a reader, Wattpad is the place to be.  I’m dedicating the award to the memory of the real-life Yoshi.

Petectives: Stalking Horse

The new Petectives ebook is now available for pre-order!

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Check it out:

https://www.amazon.com/Petectives-Stalking-Robert-J-Smith-ebook/dp/B01KBDU36Q/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1471114704&sr=1-1

 

Petectives: Stalking Horse: The latest Yoshi & Gatsby novella. When cat detective Gatsby is called out to the Blue Moon horse farm to investigate a possible murder attempt on an ex-racehorse, he finds that the farm is a hotbed of new rivalries and old grudges. With no help from his housebound partner Yoshi, Gatsby finds himself out of his element and in the line of fire. For the first time in Petectives history, Gatsby’s on his own and can’t rely on Yoshi to unravel a deadly mystery. Or can he?