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After once again abandoning my blog posting for far too long (albeit for a very good reason, of which I am about to share) I have some exciting news for all you Dragon-Seekers out there … THE LAST CALLING has … Continue reading
“Every accomplishment starts with the decision to try.” – John F. Kennedy Howdy to all my fellow Dragon-Seekers and web-wanderers. HOW is it over half-way through the year already? Even though 2018 is sprinting along like a cheetah charged on … Continue reading
Hey Dragon-Seekers! Just a quick post to let you all know that you can now officially pre-order the eBook version of The Sword of Stars! SQUEE! Who’s excited? I know I am! 😀 I worked really hard this week to … Continue reading
Hey there, Dragon-Seekers! Just wanted to give you all a quick update on where everything is at regarding Book 4 in the Dragon Calling series. I received my manuscript back from the editor a little over a week ago, and … Continue reading
When it comes to dragons, size is completely subjective to the whims of their origin; whether that be cultural folklore, standard mythology, or the imaginations of the writers and illustrators who bring them to life. Dragons! And (we) the mere … Continue reading
Wow, I can’t believe it’s been two years since my debut Character Pop Vinyl post! Even after all these years, the POP vinyl craze has not diminished as a fad. In fact, if anything, it seems to have grown! The … Continue reading
I know it’s belated but … HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYONE! I have some EXCITING news for all you Dragon Calling fans. Come February 12th, the second book in my Companion Guide collection will be available! That’s right, The Beacon … Continue reading
A very big HELLO to my fellow dragon-seekers and curious blog readers! Over the past several months I’ve been working hard at getting the next Companion Guide finished; the most difficult and time-consuming portion being the last third of the … Continue reading