Reviewed by Lisaswritopia BOOK REVIEWS, FICTION WRITING, HUMOR, MYSTERY, SHORT STORIES/NOVELLAS The Missing Butler and Other Life Mysteries – a Review by Lisa • April 10, 2017 • 1 Comment These life mysteries are awesome! Each of these stories is a slice of life with the little mysteries that we encounter. The absurd, the comical, and the mysterious aspects of lifeContinue reading “Reviewed by Lisaswritopia”

A Deeper Meaning Behind Colors – The Color of Cold and Ice #BookReview and #Author Interview

Originally posted on Becca's Inspirational Book Blog:
? The Color of Cold and Ice is exceptionally creative, weaving the many facets of colors and their chakra associations into the story. Author J. Schlenker beautifully writes of intriguing characters who cross paths throughout the novel, and in the end, become important bridges to balance, passion, health and…

Synchronicity Showing Up in Writing

Since the latest NaNoWriMo I’ve been working on “Sally,” a fictional account of a woman I met when I was eight. She was 103 at the time. She died in March 1969 at age 110. Her story begins, or how I’m relating it, begins with a woman named Elizabeth Dickenson who lived on a SouthernContinue reading “Synchronicity Showing Up in Writing”

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MTW2017 feat. Jerri Schlenker and “The Mystery of Sally”   February is the month of celebrating Mystery Thriller Week 2017 – a collaboration of over two hundred authors, mystery and thriller fans, bloggers, podcasters and book enthusiasts from around the world. Last month I had the pleasure of introducing you to Jennifer S Alderson and her intriguingContinue reading “Reblogged from”

Sneaky Interviews Oliver and Max, the Cat Characters of J. Schlenker

For those of you who love cats, visit:  Sneaky The Library Cat’s Blog. Two of my cat characters, Oliver and Max, from Nine Lives, a short story in The Missing Butler and Other Life Mysteries, were interviewed by Debbie Smiloff DeLouise. I have the honor of interviewing two cats today. One shares the namesake of my author’s cat,Continue reading “Sneaky Interviews Oliver and Max, the Cat Characters of J. Schlenker”

Why? A Guest Post by Participating MTW Author, J. Schlenker

Originally posted on The Page Turner:
Once someone told me that could do an excellent impression of me. That took me by surprise. I don’t even think I could do an impression of me. I said, “Okay?” He said, “Why, why, why?” I guess he had me pegged. I do question everything. For me life…

New Release: Book Review: The Color of Cold and Ice by J. Schlenker

Originally posted on The Page Turner:
Publication Date: July 20, 2016 Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC Language: English ASIN: B01ITYEIJM The Book Blurb: Sybil has dreams; the prophetic kind, although interpreting them correctly is another matter. Her latest dream involves her sister Emerald, who wants to pursue her art once more and move on with…