The Swineherdess

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
After months of planning and preparation, Inga is ready to complete her quest to rescue Dresden from a cruel king.

The Swineherdess is a short story set in medieval Europe. It contains some violence, mild gore, suggestive language, reference to rape, and period expletives. Recommended for readers over 12.

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About ReGi McClain

ReGi McClain is an easily-amused, and subsequently distracted, daydreamer and prima raconteur for Wild Berry Publications. She writes contemporary and high fantasy novels and short stories in multiple genres. A Californian by birth, she currently resides in Anchorage, Alaska. Yes, she is usually cold. No, she doesn’t really like snow. She does, however, enjoy hiking, camping, and foraging for wild berries.

Although ReGi’s writing often has nothing whatsoever to do with the Bible or, as Keith Green so aptly put it, Churchianity, she is a devout fundematic bapticostal. Psychologists, professional or amateur, could probably analyze her stories into little pieces and come up with deep spiritual meanings. Maybe. Most of the time, she’s just writing something she finds interesting or entertaining.

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Janice Clark reviewed on on July 4, 2016

There are many brave women as well as men who would risk dying nobly for a cause, going out in a blaze of glory. But how many would be willing to humble themselves, to patiently endure day after day of hunger, harsh treatment and humiliation in the service of love? There are many kinds of courage. The pseudo-medieval dialog didn't always ring true, but the story was excellent nonetheless, and held my interest all the way through..
(reviewed 21 days after purchase)
Annie Douglass Lima reviewed on on June 23, 2016

I love this story! Courage and determination are major themes, and I admire the main character who personifies them so admirably. There was a twist near the end that I never saw coming. The author presents just enough of a glimpse of the setting and culture to make it clear that there's so much more to them than we can see. I'm hoping for a prequel, or maybe even a whole series.

Definitely worth the read!
(reviewed 9 days after purchase)
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