Like many, her story begins with being born. After a harrowing journey through a blizzard, her parents brought her into the world in a small hospital in Northern New York in February of 1986. She spent much of her childhood outdoors, loving the wilderness and feeling more at home with the creatures in it than her own classmates. Always a storyteller, even before she could write anything on her own, she often told narratives to her parents to put off bedtime, even if it was only for a few minutes.
Mainly a writer of supernatural/urban fantasy fiction, Randi's been seriously writing since she was 13, honing her craft to have a blade of storytelling as sharp as her rapier wit. Inspired by a childhood full of action and horror films, as well as a more-than-healthy dose of comics (both American and not), her writing style has often been described thus: "It felt like I was watching a movie, not reading a book." With a style heavy on both visuals and plot, she hopes to enrapture many with her prose.
She began what has now become known as The Ragnarok Legacy when she was a junior in high school. The first book "Lunacy" is now available, after being revised and in the works for nearly a decade. She's working on the sequel "Sanguinarium" to be released some time in the fall/winter of 2013.
Randi (Miss R.A.) currently lives near (but not in) the thriving metropolis of Baltimore, Maryland. She shares her home with her two cats, Chester and Nergal, a dog rescued from Afghanistan who goes by the name Renegade, her son Hunter, and her husband Adam, who proudly serves in the United States Military.
Occasionally having to give in to the Dark Side, she also writes erotica under the name Kassi Darq-Chylde.
What can you expect from her work in both the realm of erotica and less saucy fiction? "Werewolves, vampires, gods reborn, action, steamy scenes, and sometimes pie. Mmm... Pie."
You can also connect with her on Facebook, and at her website: www.rasears.net