Stories, drabbles and sample chapters; the Dreamtime dragon authors are a collective of storytellers brought together by their love of Fantasy in all it's guises. Travel the Wyrde Woods with a giant wyrm or defend a pod of humpback whales with a dragon, explore the deepest goblin caverns, search... show more
Stories, drabbles and sample chapters; the Dreamtime dragon authors are a collective of storytellers brought together by their love of Fantasy in all it's guises. Travel the Wyrde Woods with a giant wyrm or defend a pod of humpback whales with a dragon, explore the deepest goblin caverns, search for a dragon egg in the midst of a Viking raid or in a post-apocalyptic city where five gold coins is the price for the prize you seek! Explore imaginary worlds with creatures of Fantasy and dragons... lots of dragons! Noble dragons, funny dragons, cloud dragons and even a revenge dragon! Humour, drama, mythology and more await in eleven original short stories, two drabbles, plus seven novel excerpts that will lead you to your next great Fantasy read! Find the Dreamtime Dragon authors on Facebook in the group, Dreamtime Tale Fantasy. ALL PROCEEDS have been pledged to the Abington Ferret Refuge. Included in this volume you'll find: 101 Ways to Use a Dragon ( A work in progress by Nav Logan): Shandikaar by Guy Donovan: Hauling Fire by A.J. Noon: Cloud Dragons by Jaq D Hawkins: Modern Dragon and The View from the Other Side by Assaph Mehr: The Wyrm in the Tarn by Nils (Nisse) Visser: A Soft Spot for Dragons by Marc Vun Kannon: Cold and With Dragons by Jonathan Royan: At the Red Boar by Rick Haynes: Red Fire Dragon by Benjamin Towe: Arthur and the Egg by Leslie Conzatti: Ana's Dream of Flying by Mary Woldering: The Offering by Jonathan RoyanGold is Everything by Rick Haynes: Free Will by Nav Logan: Fear and Heat by Jaq D HawkinsBiters by Guy Donovan: The Dragon Raid by Nav Logan: FreOsan Draka TreOw by Nils Nisse Visser:
Publish date: 2017-10-25
Publisher: Cider Brandy Scribblers
Edition language: English
by Nils Visser et al This is an outstanding collection of stories, all having to do with dragons in some way. The stories are from twelve different authors so styles vary, but there wasn't a dud in the bunch. One by the editor was written in present tense, but it was actually done well which is ra...