A reader was kind enough to photograph my book, The Color of Cold and Ice, in front of the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, and send me the photo. One of the chapters is set in the museum.
I keep working on the cover for the book I haven’t completed yet. Hopefully by summer.
This is the first story featured in my book, The Missing Butler and Other Life Stories (A Collection of Short Stories). The book, both electronic and paperback) is available through various outlets, Amazon, Nook, Smashwords, Kobo, iBooks, etc. “IT WAS THAT butler fellow that did it. Robbed me blind of ten thousand pounds” Those were nearly theContinue reading “The Missing Butler”
My bucket list is minimal. As far as my writing endeavor is concerned, one of my goals was to have my books make it as a book club selection. Jessica Lost Her Wobble achieved that. Another goal was for my ebooks to make it to OverDrive. OverDrive is ebook checkout for libraries. Both books made it toContinue reading “Bucket List”
Meet Butterscotch. Butterscotch is a character in one of my short stories in the book I’m currently working on: The Missing Butler and Other Life Mysteries (A Collection of Short Stories).
I have both of my books, The Color of Cold and Ice and Jessica Lost Her Wobble on Smashwords. I have listed both as buyer sets the price. Feel free to get them for free. I hope you will leave me a review on all of the various sites, Smashwords, Amazon, Goodreads, etc. But atContinue reading “Books Now Available on Smashwords”
Chapter 1 “I don’t want to make anyone sad, not even you.” Those were the words she started with, the only words she could think to write. A ton of possible words, explanations, and reasons bombarded her brain before she actually sat at the kitchen table to compose a letter. SheContinue reading “What I’m Working On”
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.