Do you love dragons?
My experience with dragons began when I started reading Anne McCaffrey’s Dragonriders of Pern series, way back when I was a kid.
I loved the dragons from her world, and still do. They were friendly, majestic, and just as likely to be capricious as the humans who rode them. McCaffrey could create characters, both human and dragon, that felt as real to me as my own friends and family.
My own dragons are dragon shifters, people who turn from their human form to an enormous dragon shape and back again.
They’re not a separate entity inside a human body like in some shifter worlds. The dragon is the human and vice versa, whatever the form. There’s just the extra concern about wings and how to walk on four legs that the dragon shifter has to worry about the first time they shift.
The dragons in my world were all thought to be extinct, because of a massive purge that happened 300 years before. But dragons are sneakier than the rest of the supernaturals gave them credit for. They know how to lay low, to hide in plain sight, while they wait for a better time to come back to life.
That time is now, and those dragons are about to rise… Check out Hidden Dragon, Book 1 in the Dragon Rising series on Amazon by clicking this link.