REVIEWS by CAT ELLINGTON: THE COMPLETE ANTHOLOGY, BOOKS 1 & 2 are now available together in THE COMPLETE ANTHOLOGY LIMITED EDITION HOLIDAY GIFT SET, 2018! Loaded with jollification, this digital stocking stuffer highlights the first 100 reviews from the anthology spanning over 30 years, including Hollywood Wives by Jackie Collins, The Killer Inside Me by Jim Thompson, Rum Punch by Elmore Leonard, Red Dragon by Thomas Harris, The Highwaymen by Ken Auletta, ... and many, many more!
Christened 'The Hardest Working Woman in the Arts,' Chicago native Cat Ellington is a highly distinctive public figure whose professional creativity extends a number of artistic fields, including music, movies, art, and literature.
A multi-genre songwriter, casting director, poet, and professional art model, the innovative Ellington is also the author of the Reviews by Cat Ellington Complete Anthology book series, and co-author of The Making of Dual Mania: Filmmaking Chicago Style.
Outside of her professional element, Cat enjoys reading, listening to tons of music, cooking, baking, collecting charm bracelets, watching Lifetime Movies, sailing, jet skiing, playing tennis, and eating frozen yogurt – lots of it.
Books by Cat Ellington
Inspired by the feature film produced, written, and directed by Chicago filmmaker, Joseph Strickland, The Making of Dual Mania: Filmmaking Chicago Style is a boldly personal account of what it takes to create, produce, and direct an independent feature film in current times. The nonfiction narrative takes the reader through the sometimes hilarious, frustrating, and bewildering film production process with the fiercely creative Strickland, along with co-authors B.J. Patterson and Cat Ellington ...
Succeeding her debut effort Reviews by Cat Ellington: The Complete Anthology, Vol. 1, the adroit wordsmith continues her journey through the analytical world of literary criticism with the second installment in the ongoing series, appropriately titled Reviews by Cat Ellington: The Complete Anthology, Vol. 2. Covering the years from 1996 through 2010, Ellington presents (50) insightful, articulate, witty, and sometimes amazingly humorous literary examinations that kick, push, and shove their way through the psyche from beginning to end.
Reviews by Cat Ellington are now available in an ongoing book series! Accessible exclusively through The Complete Anthology collection, the cleverly-written examinations were penned by the distinctive author during the earlier years of coming into her own as a hobbyist critic of literature prose. Enhanced with an exciting personal colloquy, the Reviews by Cat Ellington succession has its adroit wordsmith evaluating hundreds of published works in both fiction and nonfiction literature in a wide span of nearly four decades.