DJGBC Authors Spotlight: Glynda Gamble – Linton

Glynda Linton is a native of Florida and currently lives and work in Plantation, Florida as the National Secretary Treasurer of her Union. Shoes on the Wrong Foot, is her first published work. Glynda is a native Floridian and attended Miami-Dade Community College, studying Early Childhood Education. After one year she changed her major to Business and transferred to Barry University and Nova University, where she also studied Labor Law. She is divorced and has 3 sons, Corey (deceased), Darryl and Christopher. Her passion as a community and political activist has been her lifelong work, she spends her time giving back to her communities by getting involved in organizations like Salvation Army Homeless Shelter, All Children’s Hospital Cancer Center, Cooperative Feeding Food Bank and Women in Distress, which helped lend some of the experiences CeCe Copeland has endured. A twelve years Breast Cancer Survivor and avid reader, Glynda decided that it was time she contributed back to the Literary World. Linton is already at work on her second novel as CeCe Copeland is continuing her quest for true love.
Her latest book entitled simply “Shoes on the wrong foot
is a journey in the life of CeCe Copeland, a single mom who while young and ambitious and full of adventure was soon met with the reality in the world of men. CeCe had dreams of being a mover and shaker in the corporate world, she developed a style of leadership that caught the eye of her corporate office and landed her the head of their Public Relations Department. In her personal life, she soon came to realize that although she could stand up to the challenges of her business associates, she lacked that same drive when dealing with the men in her life. In her quest for true love she met Tony, who introduced her to a life of domestic violence and insecurities; she was subjected to some of the most humiliating situations that finally gave her the courage to run away on the eve of their wedding.
Her best friend Charmaine introduced her to Devon, the man who would eventually became her husband. Devon was tall and athletic and instantly builds a relationship with her and Craig; she believed that her soul mate had finally arrived. Shortly after their marriage CeCe and Devon had two more sons, Devon Jr. and Ty, but that loving man that she had married started showing a pattern of behavior that both frightened her and cornered her into a position of submission, while struggling with the reality of facing domestic violence once again, gave her the courage to leave him, but more drama awaits. Carl is a generous Business owner who showers her with affections and gifts, but has a dangerous side to him that no one sees coming. CeCe realized that as wonderful as love is, it can be as uncomfortable as “Shoes on the Wrong
*Shoes On The Wron Foot Is Available @ Amazon,com

3 Comments Add yours

  1. A Good Bed-time Read, September 5, 2011
    By Reviewer –
    This review is from: Shoes On the Wrong Foot (Paperback)
    This was a good read earning 3.5 OOOO’s from Oooo-Awww Book Review. Could have used more editing to help with dialogue, structure and descriptive wording . On the other hand, one can relate to the main character in the tale as to attracting the wrong person, time after time, but never giving up and persevering. A good bed-time read.


  2. WOW!, June 23, 2011
    By pearl768 –
    This review is from: Shoes On the Wrong Foot (Paperback)
    This book had me screaming and reminiscencing. I can’t get enough of it! My girlfriends have heard me talk about this book so, that they are waiting for me to pass it on.


  3. Captivating, August 16, 2011
    By Mishel (Maine)
    This review is from: Shoes On the Wrong Foot (Paperback)
    What a great book! The moment I started reading it I did not want to put it down. I was captivated from the start and was hanging on every word to see where CeCe would take us next. I hope there is another book to follow…I am hooked.


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