Glen Romero


I retired in 2011 after 22 years in the US Air Force. I currently work as a contractor in Detroit, MI. I've been writing for the last decade or so but I haven't felt I had soemthing worth sharing until I wrote Welcome to the Fight. I'm hoping this is just the first in a long series.

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Welcome to the Fight: Silent Wars
Price: Free! Words: 26,060. Language: English. Published: August 3, 2012 . Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Urban, Fiction » Fantasy » General
Samuel is thrust into another reality where creatures of legend and magic do exist. It is the same world only now he is able to see through the waking dream that blinds must humans. The countries of the world are the same but different, the US government is a puppet for the vampires.

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Smashwords book reviews by Glen Romero

  • Fort Falling: Comments on a Life in Orbital Decay on June 29, 2012

    I liked this book until the very end. I liked the development of Dizzy and the his endless pursuit of his obseesions. I liked Curious until he found a mate. What I didn't like is how it went from developing ideas to ended with a quirk blurp. I was recommending this book until I read the end.
  • The Odd Job on Feb. 11, 2013

    It was a fun read. He did a good job growing the characters and making you care what happened to them. My only complaint is you don't get to see what happens to his boss.
  • Max and the Gatekeeper on Oct. 02, 2013

    I really enjoyed this book a lot. When I started reading it there was something that just kept me coming back for more. It was until I was over half way done that I realized I was having a hard time putting it down and got a copy of it for my Kindle. I've already got the second book and it's turning out to be good also.
  • Sky Hunter (Targon Tales 1) on Feb. 10, 2014
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    I really enjoyed this novel. It had a great tempo and the characters were likable. I like how It shows Nova over coming what happened to her and the twist at the end. The clues were subtle and fall into place when the twist is revealed. I'll be reading the other books in the series.