I’m very excited to announce that The Princess Dragon, revised edition, should be available as an ebook within 72 hours. I’m still waiting on the final print cover files so that I can publish the print edition, but I’ve never been a patient person, so I had to go ahead and publish the ebook edition as soon as I finalized my cover with the designer. And what a cover it is! I absolutely love it!
I sure hope you’ll check it out, and if you like it, maybe even leave a review.
I should note that unlike my other series, Shadows in Sanctuary, the intimate scenes in my fantasy novels are not graphic, so I don’t usually put the 18+ warning on them. I don’t know if that matters to some folks, but I’m sure that there are some readers who would like to know this.
The Princess Dragon
The kingdom of Ariva has lived in the shadow of Thunder Mountain for generations, the citizens forbidden to trespass there for fear of an ancient black dragon sealed within. Princess Casiondra is convinced that magic and all things related to it—including dragons—are nothing but superstition, and aims to prove it.
When she’s cursed by a wizard and transformed into a dragon herself, there’s nowhere else she can run to but Thunder Mountain, where she soon discovers that the black dragon is all too real. Convincing Tolmac that she’s an orphaned dragon who never learned how to “dragon” properly is the easy part. Protecting herself from falling for the noble beast who takes her under his wing to teach her the ways of dragonkind might be a task beyond her abilities. As her subterfuge with Tolmac guarantees her safety with him, there’s the question that hangs over her head. Just how long will the wizard’s curse last?
When the southern kingdoms unite to conquer Ariva, Sondra must choose between the devoted knight she’d left behind and the enigmatic dragon who doesn’t know she’s really just a human princess in disguise.
This is so exciting for me because I had republishing this book on my list of resolutions for this year. I’m also really looking forward to releasing The Scorpion’s Mate. Unfortunately, that release will be somewhat delayed due to the cover design, which won’t be completed until at least mid-February. Sigh. However, I’m really hoping to have it out by the end of February.
I’ve been rereading all of my Shadows in Sanctuary books to prepare for Uriale’s book, and I’ve also gone back to all my notes on the world. I’m eager to get started writing his story, which I’ve already outlined. It should be a wild ride. He’s always been an interesting character to me.
Usually, when I complete a manuscript in the first draft, I like to let it sit for a week or two so that I can return to it with a fresh mind for revising it. I think that what I will do this time after I finish Uriale’s Redemption, is to work on revising and editing Morbidon’s Bride. It would be nice to publish all four books by this summer so I can focus my efforts on a couple of pet projects that I’ve been wanting to play around with.
My plans are ambitious, I know. 😀 I may not meet those deadlines, but I’m determined to try.