About Me

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Glynis Rankin is a self proclaimed daydreamer and avid reader whose tastes runs the gamut of fiction. She writes stories from an empathetic view that hovers on the fringe of reality, giving insight into humanity while offering the reader a new perspective into their daily lives.

She is a 2013 Pushcart nominee and the author of two inspirational fictions:  Linger and other short stories and The Between. She has two soon to be released books a psychological thriller Mental and a Paranormal/Urban Fantasy Believe. The first book in the trilogy Bel’eve.

Glynis is a natural introvert, who loves the great outdoors. It’s that spiritual connection with nature that revitalizes her soul. She resides in Memphis, Tennessee with her family.

  She writes the unbelievable because the unbelievable exist.

Thoughts on Writing

I believe writers have an avenue to touch others in  ways that few other artists can. With words, a writer can inspire a generation to act, to change our world. Words allow the mind to envision the senses; something  a sculpture can’t  or a painter and certainly not a  musician. Words are the creative tools of any writer. With this blog, I hope to inspire with my words, while talking  about my continuing struggle to become a published author. The trials of my daily writings and hopefully my passion for learning more about this art form.

Desire

Some day I hope to have a few of my books traditionally  published, until then, this site is my way of vocalizing the continuing struggle toward that goal. I hope that with the help of others with my passion for words, that desire will be achieved. So, enjoy my Nubian rantings and let me know if you think I’ve got a shot at reaching my goal.

In the Between

Blogging my thoughts have allowed me to express myself, while I pursue my dreams. Since I’m in between a finished novel, sending  letters to publishers, editing  stories, writing notes for another novel  and awaiting worldwide fame, I’m blogging. The Between  is the place where I let my Nubian Musings fly free.

81 comments

  1. Hi, Glynnis, it’s SherLHoward from the MOOC. Found you on Twitter and here so we can stay in touch. Looking forward to it. I don’t do much with my blog yet but it’s set up at least. And right now I have some of my YA writing on it, soon to be edited and reposted. Glad I found you!

    1. Hey Sherry!
      I’m glad you found me. I’m excited about the connection too. I’ll take a look at your blog. I got your email and will be sending your some of my WIP. Write On!

  2. I’m sorry to read of your loss, Glynis.

    I came to thank you for visiting me this morning, and stayed for the reading. Such wonderful work you have here!

    Thank you for helping me to find you.
    ~Lynda on the Farmlet

    1. Thank you Lynda, it means a lot.

      How nice of you to read my work! I read you often, love nature and you present such love pictures and funny posts about the animals. .

    1. I’m sorry I’m just getting back to you, but I loss my brother and I haven’t been on. You did fine, just you shouldn’t have given it back to me that’s all. 🙂

    1. Thank you so much J!
      I’m so very honored! Just when I decided not to take on any more awards, I’m presented with this one. I have to say I can’t turn this away. But I don’t know that many bloggers that don’t already have this award or just don’t accept them anymore. I’ll have to see what I can come up with.
      Thank you again J.
      Happy Holidays!

  3. Hi Glynis, thanks for stopping by and liking my post. I’m very new to this field and writing is a tough job for me but taking challenges is my habit so this blog. Going through your post , you must be a very good writer and I’m in the right place to enjoy some good writing. Wish you all the best for your upcoming novel.

    1. Hello Indira! I’m so glad you found my writing enjoyable! Like you I’ve found writing challenges as a way to improve my writing. I think you for your well wishes on my novel and I’m looking forward to reading more of your writing in the near future. Happy Holidays, and Best Wishes for the coming year!

  4. A pleasure to meet you. The only way to improve your craft, is to keep working at it. I’m not a pro myself, but I have seen marked improvement, the more I write.

  5. Hi, Glynis. Welcome to the reader family of Diabetic Redemption. I’m glad you joined us. On my site, I have a Friends Page, where my readers introduce themselves and their blogs. I hope you will do the same. I look forward to hearing your voice in our conversations. Again, welcome!

    1. Thanks Devlin

      I’m still working on some stories, novel size, but these novelettes, I’m trying to get a readers base started.
      No biggey!

  6. Thank you so much for following us at wePoets! We are happy to have you join this journey with us. We’d love to showcase your talents! Check out our calendar for up and coming debuts!

  7. Hi Glynis,

    Thanks so much for the blog follow. It led me to your blog, which I am now following.

    Never give up your dreams girlfriend. Believe that you will publish a book and somehow you will find a way to make it happen.

    Happy blogging!

    Nancy

    1. Thanks so much nice, Nancy.

      I have a few books self published, but the hope is to one day be traditionally published.

      Thank you so much for the encouragement. And thanks for the follow back.

    1. Support is a beautiful thing, it’s the little things that can make your day.
      I have a few books that are self published, but the dream has always been traditional publication.
      Thank you

  8. Hi Glynis, thank you for deciding to follow my blog. I hope you won’t be disappointed. I’m looking forward to reading more of your work 🙂

    1. I’m honored that you came over to read my work. I enjoy your writing style and also look forward to reading more from you.

  9. I enjoyed your “Thoughts on Writing” and agree whole heartedly that by writing can touch the Hearts & Souls of many. I’m in Recovery, and my 1st book is my personal story and testimony of what I went through with addiction, childhood traumatic events, life challenges, and Recovery. Sharing one’s recovery story is a very Powerful way to help, & give others “HOPE”…….Love your Blog! God Bless, Catherine 🙂

  10. Glynis, your thoughts on words and writing are fabulous and contagious! Thank you for your recent visit and words to my blog. I am glad that our paths have crossed. 🙂

  11. i think you have a very good chance, just like any writer who is filled with passion for their art. i look forward to reading more of your words and thanks for reading and following mine ) beth

    1. Thank you for those encouraging words. You have made my day, thank you!
      I will look forward to ready your words as well.

    1. Why thank you so much Patrice!
      What a wonderful thing to read, first thing in the morning. You have made my day!
      Thank you for following me as well.

  12. Gkynis: Thanks for stopping by my blog. Your visit led me back to you! I love the “between”part of your title–keep writing while you are between all your other projects and dreams. I am sure I wlll be visiting again and again.

  13. Congratulations on the Liebster award! Your blog is amazing… and hurray for the soon to be published novel! thanks for stopping by Just Fuffy.. up here in the oh so cold north! My DD lived on Mudd Island for a few years and worked at the Jude… our entire family is in love with St Jude’s and Memphis as well… Lucky you, it is gorgeous there now!

    1. Hey! I have been trying to find you?

      I didn’t remember your blog address and it doesn’t show when I hit your avatar. I’ve been trying to award you the Liebster award.

      Now that I know your blog address I’ll be coming over, because one of my people decided not to accept her award. Which left me with one short of the number needed.

      And it is gorgeous here!

      1. WOW, thank you so much! I will figure this out and accept with humble pleasure… heading out of town… I’ll put it up and link back next week…. I am so new to this, finding my way slowly… never would I have imagined a world so filled with amazing stories… and generousity..

        down the road, I would like to know more about your life and the sadnesses you have experienced… hugs… more hugs…

  14. Hi Glynis!
    You are always so full of life and seem to like joining in on fun projects I decided to nominate you for the Liebster Award. I had fun participating in it and thought you might as well. You can find out more about it at: http://dupler.org/ Have a great day! Robynn

    1. What a wonderful surprised to see on this love Saturday morning, Robynn.
      I am overjoyed! Thank you so much,I don’t know what to say, but Thank you Again!
      Wow! I’m already have a great day, you have a Wonderful Day yourself! 🙂

  15. Glynis, thank you so much for liking my post Lady Serenity. Now I’m here following you and excited to read your blog. “The Between is my place to let my Nubian Musings fly free.” Fantastic! I look forward to following your creative journey as and when it unfolds… peace (Lady Serenity)!

  16. Thanks for stopping by Just Fuffy… you are further along the path than I… I look forward to your success! and hurray for Memphis.. our DD worked at the Jude for several years… we all fell in love with Memphis!!

    1. I enjoyed your writing….I’m not really, I go by and look at others that are much further along in the following catagory. However, I found if you go check out other’s work, like add a comment, they will do the same for you. Thank you for your lovely comment for my success. I worked at Jude for a time myself, perhaps I’ve met her …. its a special place. So glad you enjoyed my city. Good Luck to you!

    1. Thank you Wardlow,
      I’ve added some snippets a few months ago, but now I’m in the process of publication.

      Thanks for coming over to read my blog, I’m a fan of your poetry

  17. Haha…Of course you do have and will have your work(s) published! I look forward to digging deep. What a great blog you have! Thanks for stopping by mine.

    1. Thank you Uzoma, for your encouragement. I too, look forward in the dig and I’m honored that you will take the journey with me.

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