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About the Author: Terrie McClay

Terrie and her husband own a small farm on the eastern shore of Maryland where they have lived since 1977 raising Morgan horses, and most recently, Miniature Zebu cattle. For the past twenty years she has worked at a nearby Thoroughbred farm as an Equine Mid-wife during the foaling season.

Native American studies have been her passion for more than thirty years. Since 1995 Terrie's research has been focused on the culture and history of the Lakota, which included four trips to Montana and the Dakotas. She has recently published her first novel, Wind in the Grasses Dancing, which is available through Amazon.

In 2000 Terrie joined the Whirling Rainbow Lodge. She has been an active member, and has been honored with the privilege of serving as a Council Member. Under the supervision of the Seminole Shaman Caocoochee, she continues to walk the Medicine Path, and has participated in the Pipe Ceremony, the Sweat, Green Corn, and a four day Vision Quest.

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Paperback, Published in Jul 2016 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN10: 1534963944 | ISBN13: 9781534963948

Page count: 426

WIND IN THE GRASSES DANCING, the first novel in the Dancing the Dream series, humanizes history and weaves it into an unforgettable romantic saga. In 1874, General Custer discovered gold in the Black Hills of South Dakota. One year later, the United States Government demands that all non-treaty Indians unconditionally surrender to the reservations no later than January 31, 1876. Wind In The Grasses Dancing defies the mandate and joins Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse in one of the largest defensive stands in the history of the Lakota. When the threat of war becomes imminent, he is torn between his love for the daughter of a local rancher, and his beloved people. When two worlds collide, can forbidden love survive the challenges? * * * * * * * * Outstanding! A rare jewel! Many have written about the ending days of Native American life in the 1800's. Very few have had the ability to imbue the deep connection these people had with each other, their way of life and the heartbreak they endured. It is almost as though Terri McClay has physically stepped back in time. Much more than a love story, it is an education. Written with eloquence, beauty, compassion and attention to detail, Wind In The Grasses Dancing has raised the bar in achievement. -L.M. Jackson, Author of 'Perfect Circles'

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