Glenn was raised in the shadow of Walt Disney World, and has never really grown up. It’s okay, though, because he writes for children. He suspects this may be a competitive advantage, but he’s never been tested for it. He is not, however, an Animatronic robot. Only when dancing …
Glenn lives with his wife and children in a small town in Western New York that’s pretty much Mayberry. But without Don Knotts. Bummer. He also has a dog who likes to bark at people, then boldly run and hide from them. He’s blessed to be able to work as a teacher, where he gets to talk about books and mentor young writers on a daily basis.
Glenn is the author of The Misadventured Summer of Tumbleweed Thompson, a wild and woolly middle-grade novel set on the American frontier and inspired by his love of novels like Tom Sawyer and Homer Price. In 2017, Glenn released Horace and Oscar Visit the Lake, a “mini-chapter book” about friendship and courage in the style of Henry and Mudge and Winnie the Pooh. He also proudly contributes to Story Warren, a website which partners with parents to nurture holy imagination in children through stories. It’s pretty great. You should check it out.
If you like what you see, let Glenn know. He likes to get email. It helps on the days when the Cheetos run out.