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.

Friday, 4 August 2017

Hello schools!

I've been extremely flattered to hear that people have been buying two copies of Aaron Gray and the Dragon War and donating one to their school. When I know about them in advance I send the following letter to go with it...

Hello,

I was thrilled when my friend told me that they'd bought a copy of “Aaron Gray and the Dragon War” to give as a present to your school. I really hope you like it.

I wonder who you’ll like the most. My favourite character is Arboris the dragon. Lots of people like Aaron the best, but he’s really naughty and rude to grown-ups. Julia’s nice though, she’s clever and good at martial arts.

There are a few bits in the book that are quite scary, so if you don’t like adventures where people you like might get hurt, then you might want to choose a different book to read. If there was a chart of scary books, then this book would be described as scarier than “Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban”, but not as scary as “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire”.

Don’t worry, though, the dragons are nice!

Yours excitedly,



David A Wilson

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