Welcome from M. Reed McCall

“Humorous, quirky, poignant, and inspiring, with a touch of something magical.”

Welcome to my official website and blog, combining my two different monikers (M. Reed McCall for *contemporary fiction and Mary Reed McCall for historical fiction). I was traditionally published for more than a decade with HarperCollins under their Avon imprint and recently ventured into independent publishing. There are other sites out there connected to my books and even other authors who write under similar names, but this is the one and only authorized version. I invite you to stay awhile and browse: here you can find information about my books, learn a little more about me…or maybe you’d rather click around some of the quirkier elements, like photos, recipes, or some of the old-fashioned sayings and stories that help to shape who I am and what I write. Feel free to comment or contact me. I hope you enjoy your visit!

Actual Final copy with endorsement*Most recent published work: Moose Tracks on the Road to Heaven: NOW AVAILABLE for purchase in eBook OR print from amazon  and Barnes &Noble and in eBook only from iBook, Google Play, All Romance, and Kobo.

Some recent quotes on Moose Tracks on the Road to Heaven:

“A woman discovers her rich relationships in this exquisite exploration into themes of time and connections, love and loss.” Foreword Reviews, Maya Fleischmann

“An engaging and entertaining exploration of a large family’s life in a small town. Telescoping through time, McCall focuses on significant life events—joys and sorrows—within the Wright family. Protagonist Elena’s experiences are charted from childhood through adolescence, to her years as wife, mother, and adult daughter of aging parents. McCall’s fluid writing, eye for detail, appreciation of rural life, and her ability to stir the reader’s empathy guarantee an absorbing and moving read.” ~ Margaret Porter, bestselling author of A Pledge of Better Times

“Intensely moving and beautifully written, Moose Tracks on the Road to Heaven will open your heart and stay with you long after the last page is turned.” ~ USA Today bestselling author Julianne MacLean

36 thoughts on “Welcome from M. Reed McCall

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    • Hi there, I’m sorry but I’m not the author of those books. The author you’re thinking of has a similar name but only began publishing her books after my last medieval was released by HarperCollins/Avon in 2007.

      My medieval historicals are: Secret Vows, The Maiden Warrior, The Crimson Lady, The Sweetest Sin, and my Templar Knights trilogy (Beyond Temptation, Sinful Pleasures, and The Templar’s Seduction).


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