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Eighteen years after two caring strangers decide to take her in, Anne must face the harsh reality that everything in her life has been a complete and utter fabrication. With the help of her friend and Protector, she sets out on a journey back home, to planet she never even knew existed. Will she be able to defeat the terrifying evil that awaits her and uncover the truth about what’s really happening there before it’s too late?
http://jraineylostprincess.weebly.com/blog.html JULIE RAINEY
Publisher: Smithcraft Press (December 20, 2012)
Word Count: 130K (approx.)
Book Description / Blurbs:
Dragon Fate, the debut novel by J.D. Hallowell, is a heroic fantasy adventure in the classic tradition of the genre. Delno Okonan is a young former soldier eager to put the swords and strife of war behind him, when a chance encounter leaves him inextricably entwined in a tangled web of dragons, magic, and intrigue, as he struggles to find his place among dragons and men, and stave off a plot by renegade dragon riders that threatens all he now holds dear.
Praise For Dragon Fate:
“Excellent…really well-written and compelling.”
~ Geoffrey Kabaservice, author of “Rule and Ruin”
“If you are a fan of Fantasy and dragon-lore, it would be hard to go wrong with Dragon Fate….Action, adventure, and, of course, dragons. You will not be sorry for downloading this.”
~ Adam Byrn Tritt, author of “Ezekiel’s Wheel”
J.D. Hallowell is a 50-ish father and husband who is fortunate enough to have lived an interesting and active life. He’s had one fantasy novel, Dragon Fate, published, with the sequel, Dragon Blade, due out in 2012. He doesn’t get around much now (he’s been shot, stabbed, blown up, bludgeoned, poisoned, and even had harsh language directed toward him), but he writes whenever he can. His work experiences include such diverse occupations as automotive mechanic, cowboy, photographer, psychiatric tech, paralegal assistant, massage therapist, bouncer, and medical billing clerk. He studied martial arts for over 30 years. He’s been a soldier and an emergency medical technician, and he served as the chief of a volunteer ambulance squad. He was a diamond courier for a while, and later owned a working kennel where he trained dogs for law enforcement as well as personal protection, and most recently, he’s trained one service dog, for himself. He has wide-ranging interests and hobbies, including, but not limited to, history, archery, paleontology, cooking, RPGs (the games, not the weapons) and making jewelry. He lives on the Space Coast of Florida with his wife, his son, and his Great Dane service dog.
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