Today and tomorrow, November 30 and December 1, the Kindle version of Alice Black can be downloaded for free. It’s also on Kindle Unlimited. Alice’s perfect childhood changes when at age six, shortly after a visit from a policeman, her father and brother disappear from their home in Queens. Alice is left with a shellContinue reading “A Coming of Age Story”
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I have a habit (I don’t know if it’s bad or good) of designing covers for books I’ve barely started. This could possibly be the third cover for the third book in the A Peculiar School series.
Do we create our own reality? Jessica moves to an island to make a new start after her divorce. A whole new idyllic world opens up for her, but all is not as it seems. A Novel Tea Book Club Selection, Wishing Shelf Book Awards Finalist, William Faulkner-William Wisdom Writing Contest Finalist, 5 Star Readers’Continue reading “On Sale”
Working on a new book. Working on a cover.
So thrilled to get to go to Author Helen Macdonald’s talk last night. It happened via a series of synchronicities. We had something else scheduled which got cancelled and then saw where someone had tickets he couldn’t use. Surprisingly, we were the first to request and got them. We had good seats. This was onContinue reading “H is for Hawk”
5.0 out of 5 starsA delightfully complex book with lots of color By P. Blevins on August 30, 2016 Format: Paperback Verified Purchase The Color of Cold and Ice is a novel by J. Schlenker. This is her second novel. I read and reviewed her first novel Jessica Lost Her Wobble. She asked me toContinue reading “Woke up to a Great Review”
My newest review for The Color of Cold and Ice.
Here is my review of Grind by Edward Vukovic which I posted on Goodreads and Amazon. A fantastic book! The cover drew me in – so well designed. I’m not a coffee drinker, yet reading this book could almost make me become one. I was mesmerized by the poetic flow and rich descriptions in theContinue reading “Follow UP”