PRLog - Sep. 12, 2012 - KAWASAKI-SHI, Japan -- “The central theme of ‘She Should Have Called Him Siegfried’ is that your name determines your fate,” says author Regina Glei. “Hagen Patterson has no choice but to brew potions, like his namesake from Richard Wagner’s Ring of the Nibelung. Hagen is an anti-hero, hence the biggest challenge was to make him believable and sympathetic despite his shortcomings. Inspired by the Ring of the Nibelung, ‘She Should Have Called Him Siegfried’ is both a revisiting of my German heritage and a playful reflection into the power we give to names.”
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About Regina Glei:
Regina Glei was born in Germany but nourished a fascination for the Far East ever since she was a little girl. A graduate in Japanese Studies, she has resided and worked in Japan for more than ten years.
Living far away from her home country has been a powerful influence on her fiction, which she describes as speculative and sometimes weird...
Regina at juka-productions dot com
“She Should Have Called Him Siegfried”, a contemporary fantasy novel of 394 pages, is available at:
Regina’s homepage: http://www.juka-
Regina’s blog: http://www.juka-