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.
Where to find ReGi McClain online
Faerie Blood and Other Stories from the Defiled Origins Universe
by ReGi McClain
Harsha Mooreland and her brother are dying and no one has a name for the disease that's killing them. Harsha's search for a cure has led her from one end of the United States to the other. When a doctor suggests the disease may not have human origins, Harsha sets off on a quest to find a fantastical cure. This edition includes three bonus short stories.
by ReGi McClain
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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Smashwords book reviews by ReGi McClain
on April 02, 2012
Definitely kept me reading. I really liked the glimpse into the early years of the assassin in her Emperor's Edge series (he's a relatively minor character in this book, but still...). Lots of good action. A lot of death with morbid description, which doesn't bother me, but I would shy away from this one if you have trouble with such details. The romance went just a bit further than I really like, but nowhere... shall we say, "over-descriptive"? It's not a kids book and I would not let my kids read it, but for myself, I really enjoyed it.