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Roy Glenn

Roy Glenn is a 3 time AALBC.com Bestselling Author

Roy Glenn is an author who always had a very vivid imagination, Roy began making up his own stories at a very early age; but his passion for writing those stories didn't come until much later in life. "It began with a thought and after a while, the characters and the story became clear to me and began to play over and over like a movie in my mind".

He began writing his first novel, Is It a Crime, what he then called "a different type of love story" in 1995. Unable to find a publisher he decided to start his own publishing company Brittney Press Publishing and released Is It a Crime, which became a bestseller and gave birth to the popular character Mike Black, and the saga began.

The novels that followed which include, MOB, Drug Related, Payback, Outlaw and In A Cold Sweat, as well as the recently released No More Tears in the End the seventh installment in The Mike Black Saga.

Roy is also a contributing author of Girls From da Hood and Around the Way Girls 4 and Gigolos Get Lonely Too. His other novels include Crime of Passion, Body of Evidence and Ulterior Motive feature the character, attorney Marcus Douglas. Roy was born and raised in The Bronx and currently lives in Jacksonville, Florida where he is working on several projects including Commit To Violence, the next books in the Mike Black Saga. And Killing Them Softly, an erotic tale of murder.

As an associate publisher of Urban Books, Glenn introduced the Urban Soul imprint in summer of 2006.

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