Shauna Glenn

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Shauna Glenn (born March 2, 1970) is an American author, who published her first book – Heaping Spoonful – in July 2008. Glenn has written two other books, including Relative Insanity, which is due out later in 2009.

Biography and career

Shauna Glenn was born in Fort Worth, Texas, and still resides there today. She attended Boswell High School and graduated in 1988. She spent three years at Baylor University, before returning to Fort Worth to work in the family business. Glenn started writing her first book in 2002. In 2006, Glenn began writing a freelance column for Fort Worth, Texas: The City's Magazine. She still currently writes that column ("Parental Guidance Suggested"). Glenn may be best known for her blog, "Is It 5 o'clock Yet?" It is read by more than 1,000 people daily.


After graduating from Boswell High School, Glenn attended Baylor University. She pledged Alpha Chi Omega sorority. She studied pre-med for one semester before switching her major to English.

Family life

Glenn is married to Jeff Jones, and they are parents to six children.


Glenn was named a Finalist in the Novella category of the 2009 Next Generation Indie Book Awards. Her first fiction novel, Heaping Spoonful, was recognized with eight other books in this category.[1]



  • Heaping Spoonful (2008)
  • Relative Insanity (2010)
  • A Modern Guide To Mountain Living (2017)


  • "After reading the first three pages of Shauna Glenn's new book, Heaping Spoonful, I sent her a text message telling her I wanted to marry her writing. Glenn is a literary artist. She has an extraordinary way of taking you from the past to the present to develop her characters. From the opening scene, Glenn uses her magic to pull you into the complicated mind of the book's main character as she deals with the death of her husband. Heaping Spoonful is a real page turner that will no doubt be the first of many successful novels by this new talent." – Hal Brown, publisher Fort Worth, Texas: The City's Magazine
  • “For a long time, I didn’t have a voice, but I’ve found it. I think my story can help other people find their voice and start genuinely expressing themselves.” – Shauna Glenn.


External links

  • Glenn's Web site [1]
  • Mouth Media [2]

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