Shepherd: Discover the Best Books!
- The Willow by the Lake by Cathrenna Calago October 2, 2023
- After Midnight by Eric S Brown October 2, 2023
- Episode 70: Dichall: Tracking Gombree by Jim Davies September 29, 2023
- A House on a Hill by Audric Adonteng September 28, 2023
- Wait by Audric Adonteng September 28, 2023
Tag Archives: dragons
Scholar: Seeking Wisdom Herb Kauderer The wise dragon maintains wards and warning bells around her lair on the mountain’s top. Long before the mortal woman senses her, the wise dragon is listening to her thoughts. Even so, she waits for … Continue reading
Seeing Dragons John C. Mannone Based on a photograph of clouds resembling a dragon, and the YouTube video on the human’s development of pareidolia She swept down from the heavens, or did she really come from cloud-mist spewing from fissures … Continue reading
Of Dragons And Man K. A. Williams The mother dragon, too big to sit on her egg, breathes out a warm breeze. Not like the hot flame she blew on that horrid knight who came in her cave. The egg … Continue reading
Baby Dragons K. A. Williams Baby dragons learn how to fire up a knight very fast.
Dragons K. A. Williams Dragons Powerful, merciless Scaly, flying, ancient Death to careless knights Fire-breathers
The Makings of Dragons Herb Kauderer At first, dragons were rare monsters conjured by wizards who spent long months slowly simmering essences with which to imbue their creations. Emerald, ruby, copper, gold, diamond, and more were used as dragon’s essence. … Continue reading