Welcome to Thantyr As the southernmost region of Nebeth, Thantyr is known for being the home of the dragon council themselves. The Treaty of Dragons series follows a group called The Opseti Guard through their journey to renew the bonds between dragons and humans a like. In the first installment to the nine-book series you …
I can’t wait for this amazing book to be released!
Welcome to Thantyr
As the southernmost region of Nebeth, Thantyr is known for being the home of the dragon council themselves. The Treaty of Dragons series follows a group called The Opseti Guard through their journey to renew the bonds between dragons and humans alike.
In the first installment to the nine-book series, you see not only the fall of the beloved dragon council but the creation of The Opseti Guard themselves. You are taken on a journey of friendship and defining adventures. They learn not only to work as a team, but how what their own strengths are. You will see how they grow through the hardships that they face as well.
So, with that in
mind, welcome to Thantyr. May you always find joy in the journey, even when it
The first novel
along this journey is, The Opseti Guard
Release Day February 28th!!!
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I never review books on this blog, but today I'm going to talk about a book I recently read that I think might interest some of you. From time to time I've mentioned my ongoing battle with depression and how it has affected my life, particularly my writing (or more specifically my inability to write). …
Good advice from author, Misty Harvey.
Yesterday was one of those days where everything was off. I had stayed up way too late the night before after taking a weekend mostly to myself. That meant I got up later. Which in turn made my starting time later. And so on and so forth.
Once one thing went off course it snowballed out of control until I was left feeling like a failure on so many levels. I wanted to cry. It had gotten so bad for me.
Between my negative self-chatter and my already low mood, it escalated to levels it didn’t really need to go. I should have noticed all of that and reeled it back in. There are some methods that I have used in the past that have helped when my days get this way. Some that may help you as well.
When everything starts spiraling out of your control and…
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This post by Susan Toy is right up my alley! I’m definitely committed to reading more this year.
HUGETHANKS to Allan Hudson for hosting me once again on his blog, South Branch Scribbler!
Following is much of that original post. Please visit Allan’s link to read in its entirety.
I am a reader and I read a lot of books! No matter how many I read however I never seem to catch up with my ginormous to-be-read stack/list of books. Even though I try to follow Dr. Seuss’s advice:
I never manage to come even close to catching up.
But then that’s part of the fun in reading, isn’t it? The search for new books to read, test-driving new authors’ writing, the joy in “discovering” a new-to-you book or even a genre that you’ve never read before. I’ve spent my entire life reading and working with books and authors and am an author now myself, yet I never tire of reading, thinking about, discussing, recommending and…
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