Follow UP

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”

Book Review: Jessica Lost Her Wobble by J. Schlenker

Originally posted on The Page Turner:
Jessica Lost Her Wobble by J. Schlenker My rating: 5 of 5 stars This book, Jessica Lost Her Wobble is one of those books where you just want to know more and more about the main character. The book doesn’t disappoint. A full life of memories, regrets, pains and…

A Night of Firsts

Last night was a night of firsts. My husband and I went to our first author reading. Pictured is Red Dawson. He read from his book, A Coach in Progress:  Marshall Football — A Story of Survival and Revival. Other authors who read were John Hash, Laura Treacy Bentley, Carter Taylor Seaton, and Pam Marie Thompson.Continue reading “A Night of Firsts”

My First Book Interview

From the Blog of Mercedes Fox ~ Author BY MUDMULE13 ON JANUARY 8, 2016 IN AUTHOR INTERVIEW Howdy fans! I’d like to welcome author J. Schlenker to the interview hot-seat. Why do you write? Expression, creativity, mainly because it’s cathartic. An emotional release comes from it, and even sometimes, satisfaction. When did you decide toContinue reading “My First Book Interview”

Confessions of a Book-a-Holic That Doesn’t Always Read

I don’t necessarily read them.  I just collect them.  I do have certain books I read everyday, usually on some esoteric subject, or some type of self-help book.  I’m the queen of self-help books.  I’m usually reading Yogananda. Books grace most every room in our house.  We even have a small built-in bookshelf in oneContinue reading “Confessions of a Book-a-Holic That Doesn’t Always Read”

Cozy with a New Book

Today, my claim to fame was taking down the Christmas tree.  I’m thankful that mission is accomplished. I also started an excellent book, “The Land of Osiris,” by Stephen S. Mehler. Could the Sphinx actually be a black woman?  It would appear so.  I’m actually thinking it was the Oprah of that day.  I believeContinue reading “Cozy with a New Book”