Watch out dragons... Here be Aaron!

Aaron Gray and the Dragon War Is now available as a book and ebook.

Aaron is a brat, which is understandable after everything he's been through. He also sees dragons when he hums, which isn't understandable by anyone, ever. He soon gets sucked into the dragons' dangerous war, where his only defences are his embarrassingly magical fingernails, and a fierce, ten-year-old girl.

Available everywhere across the world! Check out goodreads / amazon uk / amazon us / barnes & noble / book depository or your favourite book or ebook retailer.

Monday, 16 January 2017

Dragonology

A couple of weeks ago I blogged about "The Flight of Dragons", an important book for anyone who wanted to study dragons. But it would be remiss of me to not give a certain amount of credit to a second draconic library book. "Dragonology - by Dr Ernest Drake (Also known as Dugald Steer)


 This book is still, wonderfully, in print, and if you haven't got a copy, then you can get one quite easily from your local book shop, or amazon.

Although not as scientifically written as some other books on dragons, Dragonology makes up for this in its pure beauty.  For example look at this page on dragons of the world...


Or the pages outlining the difference between Western dragons...



... and eastern dragons.



My favourite page comes towards the back, where it goes into much more detail on the different aspects of a dragon, accompanied by many interesting facts...


... for example, did you know that a dragon's blood is highly corrosive?  (Actually this is also mentioned in Flight of Dragons and hinted at in Harry Potter, but that's for another time).

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