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Glacia Cronk
Glacia Cronk
  • Country: United States
  • Books: 2
  • Profession: Novelist
  • Born: 6 December
  • Member Since: Mar 2019
  • Profile Views: 633
  • Followers: 1
  • Writing:

    Thrillers Suspense Supernatural Suspense Paranormal Romance
BIOGRAPHY

Glacia Cronk's books are an amalgam of genres, breaking the rules of fiction writing. Her works of paranormal suspense have elements of horror and mystery, intense romance, and a dash of erotica.

After a head injury in 2018, Glacia started writing to rehabilitate her damaged memory. She published her first novel in January 2019, just five months after she began.

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The Softwood Hour: A Lark Hendrix Novel (The Clockmaker Series Book 1)

Publish Date: Jan 12, 2019

Genre: Suspense, Supernatural Suspense, Paranormal Romance

avg rating4.8 - 8 reviews on Amazon

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Glacia Cronk's Books

The Softwood Hour: A Lark Hendrix Novel (The Clockmaker Series Book 1)

The Softwood Hour: A Lark Hendrix Novel (The Clockmaker Series Book 1)

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Publication Date: Jan 12, 2019

Suspense, Supernatural Suspense, Paranormal Romance

4.8 (8 ratings)

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The Cold Clock: A Lark Hendrix Novel (The Clockmaker Series Book 2)

The Cold Clock: A Lark Hendrix Novel (The Clockmaker Series Book 2)

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Publication Date: May 17, 2019

Thrillers, Supernatural Suspense, Paranormal Romance

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    • allauthor 2 monthsAllauthor
    • If you could choose three people to invite for a dinner party, who would they be and why?
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      • glaciacronk 2 months Post AdminAuthor
      • Stephen Hawking, Stephen King, and George Carlin. The masters of their crafts! And I would be too scared to talk to any of them, so I'd just sit in a corner and eavesdrop.
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      • glaciacronk 2 months Post AdminAuthor
      • Oh, I wish I didn't. Gracious. I've yet to have a bad one, though I know it's coming, but I still get all worked up over them. Personality flaw, I guess.
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      • glaciacronk 2 months Post AdminAuthor
      • Tons and tons of reads! Getting the book read is the most important thing for me. Enjoyment of the work is a second, but it only lost by a nose. Recognition it a distant tertiary factor. Money would be nice, but I think anybody can say that about anything. Using money to gauge literary success is a great way to disappoint yourself. Do it for the sake of doing it.
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