Well, Book two of the series, The Land of the Glitter Critters, has finally reached the electronic book shelves. I loved writing this story not only for the elements of a true story depicted throughout the tale, but mostly for the sake of dragons.
I don’t know what it is about dragons, but I can’t get enough. Maybe it’s for their mystical powers, or for their vast knowledge they allegedly to possess. If the old adage still holds that knowledge is power, then dragons are indeed very impressive creatures. Let’s not forget the horde of wealth they are thought to guard with fanatic determination.
At the time I was writing Dragon Shifters, I was not aware of the new craze of the shapeshifters, honestly. When I google them; there be dragons everywhere? I hope readers can distinguish between the cute and adorable, like Puff the magic dragon, and Abarasax, a Persian creature of myth. I pray that the cute and adorable doesn’t diminish the noble and the mystical creatures.
My understanding of dragons is that they are tight lipped. This is a trait we all may learn from, as Mark Twain said, It’s better to be thought a fool then to open one’s mouth and remove all doubt.