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Cover Reveal/JFF 22

Look what my publisher sent me! Isn’t it amazing?

This is the cover to my middle-grade fantasy novel, the one I podcasted three years ago because I was so sure it would never be published. 151 more words


Wyrmlings take flight!

I have some exciting news. Masters of Air & Fire, the middle grade fantasy novel I podcasted because I’d give up on selling it, will finally be published! 308 more words


Hunting the Dragon, Part 2

I asked for reader referrals about stories where dragons are hunted to the point of extinction. David Summers was kind enough respond.

“At the risk of being self-serving, I’ll point you to my 2001 story “The Slayers” which first appeared in… 394 more words

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The Dragon's Tree House

For more than 20 years, Magic Tree House is probably the first fantasy series most kids in American have read. These are chapter books — for those not versed in children’s publishing, chapter books are very short novels with lots of illustration — wherein two kids travel in time by means of the tree house named in the title. 326 more words


Lake Monsters

It’s still summer, it’s still hot, and I’m longing to go to the lake. We’ve already talked about sea serpents, so this time let’s talk about lake monsters! 295 more words


A Cautionary Tale

Recently I found out that a friend of mine had a children’s book published through a publisher I also work with. I was excited to see it, and I planned to review it here. 494 more words

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Plastic Dragons

Last week I wrote about Lego dragons built of plastic bricks, and that got me thinking about other forms of game and toy dragons in mass media. 285 more words