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Glen Palmer was born in Derbyshire, United Kingdom on the 30th October 1975. He spent the first 5 years of his life in Derbyshire before his parents moved his family over to South Africa. He had a pretty normal upbringing but found he had a flair for captivating storytelling. In fact he was so good at it, for years, he convinced his brother he was an alien. He used his storytelling skills though out his school career writing short stories and poems in a little black book. His secondary school English teacher was so impressed with his writing skills that she made him the editor of his school's newspaper.
After school he drifted from job to job, not knowing what he wanted in life, and soon his passion for writing dwindled somewhat. It was only after returning to England in 2000, that he decided to reignite his passion for writing.
He is a regular contributor to magazines and has published articles for Dogs Monthly, FH&L, Diver and Getaway to name a few, and holds regular writing workshops, helping new and upcoming writers develop their skills.
He now lives in Barnsley with his wife Marie-Clare and his English Springer Spaniel Shaggy, where he continues to write daily.
Besides his loving wife and faithful dog, his other passions include Scuba Diving, Herpatology and of course, writing.
on Feb. 13, 2014 :
Why I liked Glen Palmers ‘Write a book for profit in 30 days or less’. Truthfully, at first I didn’t. I thought Greg was annoyingly over fond of commas, and then I remembered he’s from Northern England, they really do talk like that all the time. Pressing on with the content though proved well worthwhile. I think he has everything in this book, everything you need to get down to actually getting the job done. The entire list of why’s, wherefore, in-and-outs and how-to’s, all the reasoning required to commit your thoughts and experiences into a readable format. Writing for profit is of course a very good reason why anyone should write in the first place, because you never know, writing something as successful as the idiotically simple ‘Flappy Birds’ game turned out, fifty thousand dollars a day income might come in handy, no?
Truly, well worth the few bucks it cost, read it now and see for yourself, it’s inspiring.
Martin L Hedington.
(reviewed 7 days after purchase)