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The Halfling's Court: A Bad-Ass Faerie Tale


    Dragon's Lure

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    Dark Quest, LLC

    Dark Quest, LLC
    Fantasy/Urban Fantasy, Dragons

    Publication Date: May 2010 - Out of Print

    Cover by: Thomas Nackid

    Illustrations by: Linda Saboe

      6 x 9, 260 pages
    Trade Paperback:
    9780982619797

     
        $14.95
    eBook:
    ISBN pending, $4.99

    Click here for a list of the contributors

Spells and Swashbucklers
Spells and Swashbucklers contains the story
By Silent Spell Caught, the sequel to In the Runes
   

Rum and Runestones
 Rum and Runestones contains the story
In The Runes, the sequel  to Emberling


Back Cover Copy


Here There Be Dragons!

What is the deal with virgins?
Why would a dragon want to swallow the moon?
Is a bed of treasure really to be desired?

At long last a collection that delves into the lore on what lures a dragon. We bring you nineteen tempting tales
of draconic wonder
along with the lyrics to two classic and much-beloved songscertain to broaden your understanding of these legendary creatures that have fascinated mankind throughout time and across cultures.

Trek across a dragon’s dream space in C.E. Murphy’s Perchance to Dream…Take wing in Misty Massey’s Flying Away Home…and the burning question in Vonnie Winslow Crist’s Weathermaker…got milk? Everything you wanted to know about dragons, but no one has survived to ask…

With stories by John Grant, Vonnie Winslow Crist, Patrick Thomas, James Chambers, Misty Massey,
Danielle Ackley-McPhail, Mike Penncavage, C.E. Murphy, Hildy Silverman, Bernie Mojzes, Randy Farran, C.J. Henderson, Claire Stephens McMurray, Robert E. Waters, D.C. Wilson, Jean Marie Ward,
Keith R.A. DeCandido, Anna Yardney, Jeffrey Lyman, James Daniel Ross, and David B. Coe,
this is a tome you are sure to treasure!


Reviews


"Each of these tales were a delight which isn't often the case in anthologies. [...] Any fan of the fantasy genre will love to add this collection to their keeper shelves. Definitely a gotta read."  Brynna, You Gotta Read Reviews

"If you don’t yet feel the lure of the dragon, you will after you get this book, and you will be
hooked for life[…]Dragon’s Lure: Legends of a New Age is a marvelous collection of stories
about dragons that I highly recommend
.”

—Professor Crazy, BSC Review

This is a fun read, and hard to put down; the writers are all very talented and have a great sense of humor. I highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys dragon stories but is tired of the "same old stuff".
—Leona Wisoker, author of The Secret of the Sands


Authors


Baited Breath by John Grant
Weathermaker by Vonnie Winslow Crist
 
The Gargler's Game by
Patrick Thomas
He Who Burns by James Chambers
Flying Away Home by Misty Massey
Emberling by
Danielle Ackley-McPhail
The Bakunawa by Mike Penncavage
Perchance to Dream by CE Murphy
Off-the-Wagon Dragon by Hildy Silverman
Thus The Trap by
Bernie Mojzes
The Dragon Song by Randy Farran
Point of Etiquette by
CJ Henderson
The Dragon's Retorte by Claire Stephens McMurray
Red Dragon Symphony by Robert E. Waters
The Fall Of Teotihuacan by DC Wilson

Lord Bai’s Discovery by Jean Marie Ward
(Finalist for the 2012 WSFA Small Press Award)

Fire in the Hole by Keith RA DeCandido
Drawing Fire by Anna Yardney
The Dog and Pony and Dragon Show by
Jeffrey Lyman
Red Talons by
James Daniel Ross
The Dragon Muse by
David B. Coe

 

 
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