When a political protestor in the Middle East puts a .357 Magnum to Sunny McMurtrey's face and begins to squeeze the trigger, her view of the world instantly changes. In "Don't Put a Cat on Your Head!" (Stories from a Global Cowgirl), Sunny shares what she did to save her life, and how we can use what she did that day to stop the range wars that are tearing our country and the world apart today.Practice what Sunny preaches in this "all meat, no gristle" book of short stories about our common humanity, and we—people, governments, and nations—will be able to settle most any squabble with anyone, no matter how petty, deep, or rancid the difference.
About Sunny McMurtrey Sunny's a Texas cowgirl they couldn't fence in. She's traveled America and the world as a global cowgirl collecting stories while working as a Emmy-nominated television producer and interviewer, private investigator, and voice coach. She has worked with Dr. Phil and Barbara Walters. Sunny says she inherited her passion for collecting and telling stories from her family--migrant workers in the Texas oilfields. Sunny brings her readers stories from the hot sands of Baghdad and the Hanging Gardens of Babylon to Havana, Cuba, where they embrace an exuberance for old American cars and progressive musicians. She also has layovers in places like Egypt, Oman, Romania, Bulgaria, France, Italy, Germany, Scotland, and England. Sunny's road trips also bring readers stories about the folks who call America home. Where the skies are spacious, the fields amber, the mountains purple, and the shores shining.