All posts tagged writing

Desert Son Promotion

Published April 30, 2017 by glennmaynard

Big promotion for my Desert Son trilogy begins tomorrow. Four sites will be giving the first book of the trilogy away. Look for the free download of Desert Son. I will be posting the links tomorrow or you can go to these sites below on the given dates if your horses cannot be held and you need it before I post the links. Take advantage of this promotion and see what this paranormal romance trilogy is all about. Until tomorrow…

      • Freebooksy Paranormal Romance 5.1.17
      • Reading Deals Romance Feature  5.1.17
      • Just Kindle Books Premium  5.1.17
      • BookSends Romance 5.1.17
      • Free Book Service Gold Package 5.2.17
      • Bargain Booksy Paranormal Romance 5.11.17

5-Star Review for Spiritual Intervention

Published December 17, 2016 by glennmaynard

Here is what multi-published author Amy Shannon said about my latest book, Spiritual Intervention:




What’s in a name?

Published November 21, 2016 by glennmaynard

I couldn’t have asked for better parents, nor could I have asked for a better place to grow up in Glastonbury, CT. With that in mind, I have dedicated my latest book, Spiritual Intervention, to the circle of family, friends and neighbors:

Dedication: This book is dedicated to the characters of my childhood on and around Arrowhead Drive in Glastonbury, CT. There’s no place like home.

In doing so, I thought it would be groovy to borrow the last name of some of these people to use for my characters in this latest book. Beware Arrowhead Drive and G’bury folks. I may have targeted you!


A Book Signing that Led to Much More

Published November 13, 2015 by glennmaynard

I had my book signing at Manchester Community College, and it was quite interesting. Not much in the sales department, but productive. When I arrived, the manager told me that an English teacher brought her entire class to the book store to see me…but they were a day early, and didn’t have class yesterday. Talk about a near miss. I spoke to a lot of people and passed out a lot of bookmarks, and I was introduced to the school’s academic director, who plans to contact me about speaking on a panel about writing. The manager had me sign six books that they will be displaying on consignment students and faculty who may have missed the event. The manager then presented me with a “Manchester Community College” sweatshirt and matching water bottle at the conclusion of the event. The biggest hit were the boxes of MCCchocolate chip cookies that the students were swarming over like flies on…