Announcing a New Fantasy Adventure!

Last July, I published my first fantasy book, a novella called The Dragon’s Den.

Putting this book out into the world was a dream come true, as fantasy is one of my favorite genres, and one that has influenced me the most throughout my life. Dragons, especially, played a big part in my dream to become a writer.

This story came straight from my heart. I had so many fun ideas that I wanted to write about, the main one being: “What if the traditional roles of dragons and humans were reversed?” And so began the tale of Briar, Irvyr, and the draconic city of Ovaso.

But their adventures are far from over. Following the startling ending of The Dragon’s Den comes the sequel: Gathering Shadows.

This second book in the Tales of Laflor series will come out this summer, with beta reader copies going out in May/June. (Remember: you can read the book early by signing up to be on my beta reader list!) Though The Dragon’s Den is a very contained story, this sequel is the exact opposite. It takes you on an exciting journey through Laflor – the oceans, the mountains, and even the mysterious ice peaks gathering in the center of the continent.

Perhaps the upheaval in Ovaso was only the beginning.

If you haven’t read The Dragon’s Den yet, now is the perfect time to get caught up! You can get your Kindle copy here for only $2.99, or free with Kindle Unlimited. And don’t forget to leave a review!

Happy reading!

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