Audrey Glanville


Audrey Glanville is a German novelist. She was born in Munich in 1975. After a varied career including a sales assistant, a journalist, she did a degree at the Goethe University Frankfurt am Main.

Audrey worked as a journalist, news reporter, including 1 year in India and 2 year in the UK. Some years later, she has started to be a full time novelist and dedicated her life to writing and her favourite readers. Since then she has written further five novels, all of which have been widely read and acknowledged by public.

Audrey lives and writes in a German valley, in Hessen region, with her husband and their two children.

"The Journey of Rosalie" is one of the author's favourite and long-term projects which is based on her experience being a journalist and travelling all around the world. The novel is translated from German to English and now available as an online version.

Audrey Glanville is writing her books just for readers to enjoy! If everyone has questions, one is more than welcome to get in touch with Audrey and send an email.

Smashwords Interview

In one sentence, what is your book "The Journey of Rosalie" about?
It's a very sensuous novel which involves the geography of our beautiful world and two loving hearts that need to overcome several obstacles on their path to happiness.
What inspired you to write this book?
First of all, travelling and exploring the beauties of the earth, finding differences and similarities that make it even more exciting. It takes only a few hours to fly from Europe to Asia, but at the same time it involves a list of differences. I wanted to show these differences and how challenging it is to understand and to follow it. And also how can a novel be without a love story? The main character Rosalie had to show the power and pride of a modern woman, and at the same moment, longing for love.
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The Journey of Rosalie
Price: Free! Words: 117,460. Language: English. Published: August 7, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Romance » Erotic, Fiction » Romance
Surely it was the case in recent times that people had simply been kidnapped who were never heard from again and, to be exact, exclusively Foreigners – but the Department of Tourism's information sheet with all of its good tips on appropriate behavior still wouldn't be able to keep this from happening.

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