The Velvet Paw of Asquith Novels

A brand new fiction. As sharp as barbed wire, but not nearly as dangerous.


velvet paw of asquith

An eclectic mix of anaemic pop, vagrant jazz, and utter rubbish, written by MC Tasty and DJ Pooh, and described as: 

With Eyes No Longer Blind

Currently writing Book 5 "With Eyes No Longer Blind"

Thomas Corfield Writing Wrongly

Music Video Gallery

 

 

Reviews

"Blending the charm of Kenneth Grahame with the excitement of Ian Fleming, and at times quite possibly narrated by Douglas Adams, the Velvet Paw of Asquith Novels offer fresh and innovative story telling in a manner that makes the ludicrous seem really rather less so."

                                                                                        - Beecroft Books


"As brilliant as Einstein, but not nearly as dead."

                                                                                      - Point of reView

The Printed Editions:

  • In which Oscar battles a misguided echelon of authoritative animals to save a beautiful city from certain destruction. Which actually ends up being far harder than it sounds.
    In which Oscar battles a misguided echelon of authoritative animals to save a beautiful city from certain destruction. Which actually ends up being far harder than it sounds.
  • In which bedlam threatens to envelope the land of Arabesque. Unless Oscar can do something about it, the idea of which he’s not terribly keen on at all.
    In which bedlam threatens to envelope the land of Arabesque. Unless Oscar can do something about it, the idea of which he’s not terribly keen on at all.
  • In which the governments of the world are threatened by a fanatical cat with a rather disconcerting obsession with cushions.
    In which the governments of the world are threatened by a fanatical cat with a rather disconcerting obsession with cushions.
  • In which pretty much everything is under dire threat by the seven greatest poets who ever lived. Unfortunately, Oscar isn't one of them. Hence this book.
    In which pretty much everything is under dire threat by the seven greatest poets who ever lived. Unfortunately, Oscar isn't one of them. Hence this book.
  • In which a staggering amount of thwarting is required to ensure Oscar returns in further books. And although this one is rather scary, it generally has far better spelling throughout.
    In which a staggering amount of thwarting is required to ensure Oscar returns in further books. And although this one is rather scary, it generally has far better spelling throughout.
  • When a tidal wave of misfortune swamps a insular and impertinent country, it again befalls Oscar to staunch it. But he’s supposed to be on holiday. So he doesn't.
    When a tidal wave of misfortune swamps a insular and impertinent country, it again befalls Oscar to staunch it. But he’s supposed to be on holiday. So he doesn't.
  • When the Loud Purr of Asquith is stolen, Oscar gets rather cross to say the least. He even swears. And then goes on an extraordinary adventure to retrieve him.
    When the Loud Purr of Asquith is stolen, Oscar gets rather cross to say the least. He even swears. And then goes on an extraordinary adventure to retrieve him.
  • When bits of sky start plummeting to earth, Oscar gets caught up in a desperate retrieval of one particularly important chunk that others preferred was theirs entirely.
    When bits of sky start plummeting to earth, Oscar gets caught up in a desperate retrieval of one particularly important chunk that others preferred was theirs entirely.
In which Oscar battles a misguided echelon of authoritative animals to save a beautiful city from certain destruction. Which actually ends up being far harder than it sounds.
In which Oscar battles a misguided echelon of authoritative animals to save a beautiful city from certain destruction. Which actually ends up being far harder than it sounds.

The eBook Editions:

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This Site

Besides the Velvet Paw of Asquith novels, this site is bursting (and indeed has done so in recent months) with artwork, music, videos and wares in a veritable swathe of media to complement the core novels. In fact, there's so much complimenting going on here, it's quite probably the most courteous site on the entire web (a statistic Oscar Teabag-Dooven would be proud of). 


You are welcome to peruse at your leisure, and I encourage you to like it. Even if you don't. In which case consider doing so as a sort of cognitive behavioural therapy, which can only be good.

The Music

The music played on this site is specifically written for the Velvet Paw of Asquith novels, portraying atmosphere of the adventures. It's written by MC Tasty and DJ Pooh