Monday, May 30, 2016
Friday, April 8, 2016
I am working on the rewrites for my first two series (Masquerade & Shattered Heart). Some of you know I made the choice to unpublish them a few months ago. Since they are getting extensive edits and rewrites- these books will have new covers and new titles. I am turning them into standalones. So even if you have read them - they will have a lot of changes, but I understand if you choose not to read them when they are finished. I am working on the covers and storylines. I think when I feel good about these and have them back out in the world I will feel better about moving forward with my other stuff. I love these characters but I know I can do better for them and you.
Also I am diving into my first love which is paranormal, fantasy, and dystopian romance. I will be writing these works under the pen name Gia Adams. Why the name change? These books will be very different form my other work and I felt the other me was needed. You can follow Gia Adams on Facebook to keep up with that side if you are interested. I will share about it here too. I can barely keep up with this so juggling two will be a challenge, but I am up for it.
I am excited to see where the year takes me. I have a few projects with other authors coming up that I can't wait to share with you soon. And I am currently co-writing with the fabulous Dawn Martens. So you have that to look forward to.
It is something new and different for both of us. We are having a great time collaborating.
Thank you for continuing to purchase, read , and review my stories. I love connecting with you, so be sure to say hello sometimes. You can also find me in my Facebook groups- Glenna's Rebels and Black Rebel Riders MC Revelations.
Monday, March 7, 2016
This is Tread’s story and how he found A Rebel Love. Brotherhood, respect and loyalty…Marc ‘Tread’ Adams has those things. Nights of meaningless sex, he has those too. The one thing Tread doesn’t have is love—love doesn’t exist in his life. He wants that ride or die love. He’s searching for that can’t eat, can’t sleep love. The parties, the girls, the empty bottles—they have meant nothing to him. Maybe he is looking in the wrong places, seeing the wrong faces and traveling the wrong roads.
Christa ‘Buttercup’ Franklin fell in love with a boy who grew into a man she swore to hate. Nothing good would ever come from The Black Rebel Riders’ MC in her eyes. As far as she was concerned, everything they touched turned to shit. However, things change and so do people. What will Christa do when she has to depend on the kind of man she swore she’d never love to save her life?
Grady ‘Truth’ Williams has always been content with the life he leads, but Truth has never been in love, until now. He craves someone he shouldn’t harbor feelings for. Lines become blurred between brotherhood and desire, creating an internal war he isn’t ready to fight.
Amy ‘Peaches’ Mathers is a club girl; so why should she feel she is any different from the rest. She has always been told, “you get what you give,” but she never intended to fall in love with a patched brother. Especially one who is in love with another. Amy has a choice to make…she can run from her feelings or fight with everything she has to claim the man who has stolen her heart.
The Black Rebel Riders’ MC Series continues to ride free or die trying. Are you ready to ride?]
Sunday, January 24, 2016
Sunday, January 17, 2016
Damian Shaw is the hit-it-and-quit-it type, never staying longer than zipping his fly. Until he lands himself in prison. His first day inside, he meets Olivia…just another pretty face. He soon realizes he feels a magnetic draw to her, but being on the inside doesn’t help the urge to protect her. When tragedy strikes and Olivia comes face to face with her greatest fear, will he be able to help her Behind The Gate?
Tuesday, January 5, 2016
Sometimes I get messages asking me what my writing process is like and I never have a clear answer. I don't have a concise process. Each book is different and takes me on a different journey creatively. I never know which road I will take. Will I outline precisely or wing it?
I can say most of my books come from a mixture of both. I go in with an idea of where I want the storyline to go, but most of the time, my characters throw me a curve ball, and I sit and scratch my head for days, wondering how in the hell I can stitch it all together.
The one constant in my process is music. I can't write without it. Some would say my preferences can be a bit odd. If you hear me listening to Elvis gospel, chances are I am plotting a death in one of my books. While other days, I find one song that can capture the essence of my main character, and that song will be played on a loop continously while I am in the mindset of that particular character.
The key to writing is to find what works best for you. You can read thousands of how to books and advice columns on the subject, but you never know what will be the thing to make everything fall into place with your writing.
Try different things. Maybe voice recording your thoughts will be the key to breaking through. For me, it's calling my best friend Morgan and chatting about our plots.
So go out into the world and put your pen to paper, voice to recorder, or fingers to keyboard. But however you do it have fun with it.