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Dragon lovers pay attention!

I have uploaded a book called Dragons: The Elemental Warriors. It has a lot of dragons, adventures and fun, so if you're into that sort of stuff... yeah. Give it a read!

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Aria Sienna.

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Oh you wrote about dragons, too? If you're interested, I've also got a book that revolves around dragons! The first in the series is called Burning Hope. I'll have to check out your story. Maybe check out mine as well?

Kiera Savage

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I’m glad that people are writing about dragons!! I love dragons so I will be sure to check out your books!

-Arisena

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I am relaunching my Series "How Dragons Survived the Flood." (originally put it online here about 2 years ago) I have sent Episodes 1 and 2 out to an editor, and now am updating everything. Episode 3 is at the Editor right now, and I am working on Episode 4.

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One of the strengths about Tolkien’s dragons is that he employs them only sparsely throughout his narratives and in each appearance they command the reader’s complete attention with their truly intimidating badassery. Glaurung slaughtered thousands of heroes, conquered a kingdom and psychologically devastated one of humanity’s greatest heroes. Smaug twice wreaked the kind of havoc upon Erebor, Dale, and Lake-town that you fear from a dreaded Category Five hurricane. Importantly, both dragons undertook their cruel exploits with an alien cunning and a self-aware sense of pleasure, as if the misery and deaths of their victims fulfilled an existential aspect of their reality. Get Law Coursework Writing at 15% discount on all writing

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