Dragon-Versary GiveAway

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FREE BOOK DECEMBER

Dragons for Christmas:

When to grab your FREE e-copies of ESTyree’s Stone Dragon Saga

(And other works)

 

Dragon on My Neck – First in the Stone Dragon Saga

Free from Monday, December 7stht thru Friday, December 11th

 

Dragon in My Yard – Second in the Stone Dragon Saga

Free from Saturday, December 12th – Wednesday, December 16th

 

Dragon on the Green – Third in the Stone Dragon Saga

Free from Thursday, December 17th – Monday, December 21st

 

Short Story Sundays – Book 1 in the Short Story Supposition (Compilations)

Free from Tuesday, December 22nd – Wednesday, December 23rd

 

Summer Sundays – Book 2 in the Short Story Supposition (Compilations)

Free from Thursday, December 24th – Friday, December 25th

Tales from the Dying Grass – Book 3 in the Short Story Supposition (Compilations)

Free from Saturday, December 26th – Sunday, December 27th

Little Monster – By Binky Bo Tyree

Free from Monday, December 29th – Tuesday, December 30th

Plot Twists

Here’s one for you…I was working on Book 4 (Dragons in the Deep) and discovered a little inconsistency with two of my characters. You see, they showed up in a pivotal moment of the story and we were bopping right along when I though, well these two are either amazingly adept or not who they seem because they appeared on a ship in the middle of the ocean. Things just might not be right here…I polled my friends as a formality but I knew where we were headed. The next question is…do sea sickness medications work the same on fairies as they do on humans? Their DNA sequences must be fundamentally different, right?

Here I am babbling it all out again, but that’s what I love. The chase, the babbling, the researching and wondering and frustrating blockage that gives way to the AHA moment.  After all, I think I know what happened. But I might not…I enjoy the uncertainty and jolt of recognition that mind tumbling research and sudden realization create. And, as one friend put it, when I ask them for opinions it becomes similar to those ‘choose your own ending’ books we used to devour as kids, waiting in the book department for our parents to finish shopping. We loved those books!