Gloria Oliver


Gloria Oliver lives in Texas making sure to stay away from rolling tumbleweeds while bowing to the never-ending wishes of her feline and canine masters. She works full time shoveling numbers around for an oil & gas company and squeezes in some writing time when she can.

Due for release in 2019 is “Alien Redemption.” This is Gloria’s first science fiction novel. This is also her eighth book to see publication. Her previous works have been fantasy, urban fantasy, and young adult fantasy novels. Several contain romantic and mystery elements. Her short stories of speculative fiction can be found in all manner of anthologies, covering things from the fantastic and strange to a Bubba Apocalypse.

Gloria is a member in good standing of BroadUniverse though she has yet to make the list for Cat Slaves R Us. In her spare time, (what's that?) she watches TV shows, movies, and anime, plays PC games, as well as reads, as well as tinkering/maintaining multiple people’s websites.

For some free reads, novel related short stories, sample chapters, appearance schedule and more information on her and her works, please drop by and visit her at

Where to find Gloria Oliver online

Where to buy in print


Inner Demons
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 90,550. Language: English. Published: June 6, 2019. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Urban, Fiction » Fantasy » Paranormal
Tamara has three months of missing time. In those months, she’s seemingly ruined her best friend’s wedding, blackmailed her boss, turned her back on her family and heritage, and worse. Now she’s determined to find out how this happened, why, and then making those responsible pay!
Cross-eyed Dragon Troubles
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 126,320. Language: English. Published: May 30, 2019. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » General, Fiction » Young adult or teen » Fantasy
Talia didn’t want to be apprenticed, not even to the prestigious Dragon Knight’s Guild. After a madcap ride on a cross-eyed dragon with an inner ear problem, she's even more convinced she doesn't want to be there. This place would never feel like home. Or would it?

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