Sunday, June 13, 2010

Susan Haws' Review of Jagumaterra!

This is a review by Susan Haws, Vice-President of the Skyline Scribblers Chapter of ANWA (my writing group). Enjoy! I am PSYCHED!!

"I recently had the opportunity to read Regan Brianne Jensen’s exciting, debut novel Jagumaterra A Science-Fiction Parable. How could I not love a book where the characters have tails? Not only do they have tails but they have a variety of fur colors like dark blue and violet, maroon, fuchsia, and olive. I also found yellow blood and bird like government toadies, helpful robots, and a variety of architecture including specially gown tree homes with elevators. All this is in just the first few pages.

The intrigue also begins on the first page. A king is murdered. The evil usurper controls the kingdom. The heir to the throne doesn’t know their heritage. This is an epic tale where teenagers whose biggest worry had been the upcoming history test are thrust suddenly into life or death choices. Questions of friendship, trust, bravery, and loyalty must be faced. Alliances must be forged and battles fought while dealing with grief and attraction, maybe even love. Their lives and the fate of the world hang in the balance.

Regan Jensen transports the reader to a fully formed world complete with history, legends, politics, traditions, similes, and an ancient language. She artfully allows the reader to enter the world observe, discover and explore. Except of course, who has time to explore when friends need rescuing and worlds need saving? I am already waiting for the sequel."
Jagumaterra: A Science-Fiction Parable is coming soon to paperback print and e-book.

Friday, February 26, 2010

Introducing . . . GIDEON!!

Greetings, Everybody!

Yes, I know I've started a lot of manuscripts lately, but there's another one! This is my very first all-out romance. What can I say? I couldn't resist.

The hero's name is Gideon Catowe (Shoemowechawcawewahcatowe) . . . Okay, I'll say it slowly. cah-TOH-way or show-eh-MOH-way-chah-KAH-way-wah-kah-TOH-way. Yeah, all that just to say "wolf." Crazy, huh?

Anyway, the heroine's name is Elysia Parke. (A lot easier to say, huh?) The book is kind of a contemporary/romance/fantasy and should be interesting, since both characters have secrets and forgotten obstacles to overcome.

Just looking for some input. If you have any, feel free to e-mail me!

Regan Brianne Jensen

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Debut Interview!!

Hello, All!

The amazing authoress, Sarah M. Eden, has "I Need Friends Friday" every week, where she interviews, authors, characters, neighbors, friends, family, and LOTS of amazing people, and guess what?


This Friday, the 26th of February, the exclusive debut interview between Sarah M. Eden and Regan Brianne Jensen will be posted on Sarah's blog:!

Don't miss this exciting chance to see two authors exchange ideas, fancies, and she might even draw my portrait! Sweet or what?

I Need Friends Friday feature someone new every Friday, from Mr. Darcy (Pride and Prejudice) to Marsha Ward (founder of ANWA)!

Saturday, January 9, 2010

Win Joyce DiPastena's "Loyalty's Web" on "Cami's Books" Blog!

Hello, Adventurers!

There's a chance to win a truly amazing book by one of my very good friends, Joyce DiPastena! I've heard from a LOT of trustworthy sources that this book is a true piece of literary art, not to mention it was a Whitney Award Finalist and went from being self-published to professionally published by Deseret Book. The awards and word-of-mouth reports let the book speak for itself!
This really is a great opportunity!
It's really easy to enter, just go to to read the 3 ways you can have a chance to get it.

Good luck! Happy Reading!
Regan Brianne Jensen