Monthly Archives: June 2015
The Dragomeir Series Continues. . .
Dragomeir comes alive in a world of Urban Fantasy. A world where Tanis Nickolai Theatra and Demios Reptillus Stag – dragon rider and his emerald dragon, along with a whole host of other dragon riders and their dragons, battle against the Demons and Dark Lords of the Provinces to keep control of Mt. Drago. The Ariella – Mt. Drago’s Queen of the Dragons, is amassing an army including Hellhounds and The Chosen – creatures given asylum at Mt. Drago – to protect her extended family. But Tanis is disturbed by secrets from The Ariella’s past. How will this affect their future and is she really who she claims to be? Find out in Book One of the Dragomeir Series – “The Emerald Dragon.” It is available at the following link –
The saga continues with Tanis and the dragon riders as they uncover secrets that could either save or annihilate them. In the process, they come upon new worlds and The Ariella establishes another mountain home to house the newly acquired dragons. The Second Book in the Dragomeir Series, “Flight of the Aguiva”, has just been released and is available in multiple formats here –
Coming soon is the Third Book in the Dragomeir Series – “Egg of the Amphitere”, which will be out later this year. Will the inhabitants of Mt. Drago be able to survive the terrible times ahead and emerge victorious? I will be giving you updates and interesting facts about the books, so if you are a dragon lover like me, I’d love for you to follow the story of Tanis and Demios. Have a great day!
Happy Father’s Day!
“Father!–to God himself we cannot give a holier name.” – William Wordsworth
To all the Dads out there – have a terrific Father’s Day. Mine are grown now and have children of their own – I have some beautiful grandchildren. Yes, they make you crazy sometimes and can be quite a handful, but they also make you very proud and bring a special joy into your life that compares to nothing else. Your children are the best gift you will ever receive. Love and cherish them as long as you can.