RIP Steve Smy – Author

Steve Smy is not related to my husband directly. The family name originated from the same area, and at some point the family would have been one.

In Nights Shadows - Smashwords CoverSteve is known for his blog, Imagineer-ing, and as a supportive blogger of authors. Sadly, Steve passed away and his family have left a beautiful tribute to him on his blog . The blog will be closing down soon, and the writing community will lose a true gent. Rip Steve, you will be missed.


About Glynis Smy

I live in the UK, in the seaside town of, Dovercourt~Harwich, where I enjoy writing novels. I've written historical romance/suspense, Medical romance and my latest WIP is in the crime genre. The Victorian era fascinates me and the best part of writing a novel is often the research. Proud writing moments in my life: Shortlisted for Festival of Romance Fiction 2014 New Talent Award Reaching second round of Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award 2014 Maggie's Child: reached #1 Amazon best-seller: Historical Romance Victorian /February 2014/ebook & book paid list. May 2014 #3 Historical Romance Victorian, and #25 in Historical Romance paid top 100 best-seller list. Top 100 in three categories on Amazon UK best-seller listings in 2015. Seeing my books in a Suffolk (UK), library. Over the years I've written short stories in a variety of genres. I've also won a few poetry contests, my first was at the age of twelve, (a poem about the Bangladeshi war). I also won a children's short story competition where the prize was a first-aid box, I was so proud but my husband found it amusing because we owned two pharmacies. My articles have been published in magazines both in the UK and Cyprus. I am also featured in various places on-line. When I am not writing, I enjoy making greetings cards, Cross Stitch, fishing and the company of my little granddaughters.
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4 Responses to RIP Steve Smy – Author

  1. A loss to the writing world, and sad news. Thanks for sharing, Glynis.

  2. carolewyer says:

    I am so sad to read about this, Glynis. He was such a lovely man. Thank you for this. I shall now go and read the post, although I am sure I shall have tears in my eyes. A sad loss..

  3. Hilary says:

    Hi Glynis .. what a lovely tribute and a great way to describe the transition … they seem to have balance as a family … thanks for letting us know … Hilary

  4. Thank you for sharing this, Glynis.

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