Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Welcome, June, and...

Happy Birthday
to
Marilyn Monroe! 

(She would have been 90 years old today!)

You will always be our beautiful candle in the wind...

This work is in the public domain because it was published in the 
United States between 1923 and 1963

Friday, April 15, 2016

Photo courtesy Pixabay Free Stock Photos Public Domain

Happy Saturday!

I've been doing a lot of writing/editing...to the point I'm going to have a completely new book. This is, scary and amazing at the same time! I'm not used to writing in so many POV's, but this is turning out to be so amazing!!! I love it!

Have a wonderful Saturday!

Blessings,
Andrea



Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Used with permission  under Free Rights/Public Domain


Procrastination

What's the deal?

I have been working so hard on a book, well, not that hard. I'm not working near as hard as I think I am! I realize that I procrastinate...a lot!

This is terrible!

 Why do I do it? Why do we do it?

I keep fiddling with the editing, adding unnecessary parts, and then, of course, I get lost in Social Media. I'm trying to stay relevant, but I can't waste all my time on Social Media and not write. That's going backward. 

I have to have a book ready and then really go all out, but I still have to stay...known, right?

SIGH...

“I love deadlines. I love the whooshing noise they make as they go by.” 

~Douglas Adams

Saturday, April 9, 2016

Happy Birthday to Marc Jacobs!
 OTRS- No permission needed to use photo

I use Fashion Designer, Marc Jacobs, often as a reference to gorgeous fashions in all my books... not only for women but for men as well.

Best Wishes!

Blessings,
Andrea

Monday, April 4, 2016

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Saturday, April 2, 2016

!!! MY BOOKS !!!
(I have six titles available for purchase)

The Coffee Shop

by

Andrea Glenn


Photo courtesy of Romance Divine, LLC

Books available at:


Overview:
For Jenna, the caffeine boost in her mocha latte was a great way to start her day. But her daily coffee ritual was about to become a steamy and extra sweet moment. The question was...would it last? 

Description:
     The man spoke again. "Could you instead make that a decaf?"
          The unique voice startled her. She looked up in hopes of seeing the man behind the voice. Unfortunately, he had his back to her and she couldn't see his face. 
          He was saying something else, but she couldn't make it out. His voice was now very soft. She leaned forward a bit, trying to hear the conversation he was having with Becky, the manager, behind the counter. All Jenna could see was Becky's face, which was very red. She was blushing!
          Damn! She willed him to turn, even just a little, but he was pointing to a ceramic cup on a shelf closer to the door. Jenna could see longish brown hair, a black overcoat, black jeans, and what looked like black boots. Hmmm, he likes black, could be dangerous. She laughed at her own joke. 
         The man spoke again, this time louder than before. He did have a very strong voice. Jenna had never heard one like it before. He pronounced each word very carefully. It sent a shiver up her spine.
He sounded extremely sexy. His tone was a slow drawl. She found herself fighting the urge to touch his shoulder, to ask him to hand her something, anything.
          The line surged forward and Jenna found herself ready to place her order. It took her a full minute to gather her thoughts. She was embarrassed that a man's voice had caused her to react so strongly.
          She ordered her usual mocha latte: coffee, low fat milk, chocolate syrup, and a pinch of cinnamon. She stepped to the side to wait. Glancing around, she hoped to be able to find a seat. The cool air had brought many in for some hot coffee and comfort.
          She spotted a small table by a window, hoping to get to it before someone else did. She loved to watch people stroll by.
As she waited, her eyes fell across the room full of people. She realized that she was attempting to see where the Englishman had gone. No longer near or close to her, she was trying to see where he had sat, or if he possibly left.
          Within seconds, she saw him sitting along the far left side wall, facing away from the counter. But she still couldn't see his face. He was engrossed in a paper. Jenna's imagination was running rapid. She wondered if he looked like Sean Connery, or perhaps Michael Caine? She always loved watching James Bond movies, and 'Alfie' was one of her favorites. She suddenly realized she was tapping her foot in annoyance.
          "Hello?"