Robin Glasser

Biography

Recovering copywriter, Robin Glasser has written for a variety of magazines ranging from Readers' Digest to Penthouse Letters where she wrote a column called "The Red Hot Woman." Her poetry has been published in Upstairs at Duroc and The Riverside Poetry Review. Ms. Glasser's novel, My Life as a Concubine, is based on her experiences in Paris or as she likes to call it, The City of Merde, and is now re-released from Smashwords or get a signed copy at: robinglasser@yahoo.com. Robin guarantees Men at Work, her fully-illustrated book of tongue & cheeky poetry, will put twinkles in your eyes and sparkles in your pants. Don't forget to watch her fast-paced peepshows based on these poems at http://www.youtube.com/msrobinglasser.
You can get a copy from robinglasser@yahoo.com. Her latest novel, The Brain Exchange, is now open for biz at Smashwords:

Amana—a supersized woman, and Steel—a fitness freak. Two dissatisfied people with very different appetites. Fate’s middle finger triggers a tailspin when they sign up for vacations at The Brain Exchange. Their odyssey will change them dramatically...but for better or worse?

While working on her latest book, Baboon Bob, she reads at various venues in New York.

Where to find Robin Glasser online


Where to buy in print


Books

The Brain Exchange
Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 68,470. Language: English. Published: March 3, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Erotica » Sci-Fi Erotica, Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Psychological thriller
Abandon your beliefs and let your reality run wild. Imagine being fully aware inside a body of the opposite gender. Now imagine the best sex you ever had. Would this just be different? Or better? Or the best ever?
My Life as a Concubine
Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 61,340. Language: English. Published: November 5, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Erotica » Contemporary, Fiction » Romance » Erotic
Besides a love story, My Life as a Concubine offers highlights of amazing places to visit in France, recipes, insights into those galling Gauls, plus revelations not found in any guidebooks. This sharply observed, witty narrative presents a sometimes poignant and often funny view of what it’s like to live and love in a foreign land.

Robin Glasser's tag cloud