Author Archives: Glynis Smy

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.

Theakstons Crime Festival 2017/Harrogate

A last minute booking and I headed off to Yorkshire for the first time in my life. I used many words during the lead up and excited topped the most used. Theakstons Crime Festival is a gathering of like-minded folk. … Continue reading

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Getting to Know the Author: Clare Flynn

  Welcome Clare. Thanks Glynis for interviewing me. It is lovely to be on your blog. What is your genre? Why did you choose it? I write historical fiction – nineteenth and twentieth centuries. I didn’t consciously choose the genre … Continue reading

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