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Born to Hear Dragon Song

We introduced the women, now to give equal time to the men who were born to dragon song.   Lord Branin Llewlyn – The awakening of his dragon soul twin brought Dragshi Lord Branin the freedom of flight and near-eternal life, but not happiness. For eons, he feared he...

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When you can’t fly, Ride

I've already mentioned most of my author's playlist. Here's an insight into one song that had particular influence on the Dragshi Chronicles. While I have always enjoyed watching pipe and drum bands march in Saint Patrick's Day parades, a tune they frequently played...

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Come Fly With Dragons

I hope you have enjoyed hanging out with mages. Now it’s time to go fly with the dragons and their human soul twins of the Dragshi Chronicles. I am a storyteller. (At least that’s what I tell myself and what I aspire to be.) Like the storytellers of yore, I don’t...

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Imprisoned in Stone

I hope you've enjoyed learning about the mage Lord Dal. There is another wizard who wants his story told and it was captured in the dark fantasy, Imprisoned in Stone. Dylan wanted nothing more than to tend his farm, grow old with his wife, and watch their son grow....

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Star-Crossed Lovers

Who is Lady Pelra? There is the physical description: slender build, long blond hair, strong hands from driving a wagon. And attractive enough she caught Leod’s eye. Leod shifted to the approach that had bedded him many a fair maiden. “Then may I have the honor of...

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Sailing With A Legend

You’ll be meeting Sub-Commander Pelra and Ensign Iol in the next post, but first a few words about the newest novel in the series, Windmaster Legend. What history and time may conceal sometimes refuses to stay lost in memory. Windmaster Legend reveals the story behind...

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Meeting Lord Dal

Introducing Lord Dal of Clan Daimh, Archmage of the World. As a man, he is tall, a full head taller than most men, even though men from the M’twan Mountains run to long in the leg. Black hair, short on sides, falls to just below shoulder in back.Sometimes, such as...

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Meet Captain Ellspeth

Characters do not always appear on the cover and sometimes I like to allow the reader to visualize the person with just a few hints from me. I'd like to introduce you those whose adventures were chronicles in the Windmaster Novels. Here is Lady Ellspeth of the House...

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