“I just want to tell you that I am SO loving DRAGON MOON! I could not put it down!”
– Deanna S. (Beta Reader)
A cloak of living, writhing, pulsating fog has descended upon the entire kingdom of Smaragaid.
Bronwyn, in the remote village of Mohrvale, seems to be the only one who sees the fog for what it is – a cloak of evil that has pervaded the realm. Ever since the malevolent fog has come, friends and neighbors fight with one another and cheat each other in business. The village animals are affected; hens are not laying and goats give no milk. Even worse, people are becoming sick and dying.
Depressed over his broken engagement, and laid off from the best job he’s ever had, Memphis television director Flint Arrington travels to New Orleans, hoping to be washed away in the tidal surge of an impending Cat 5 hurricane. Shocked by the sight of a young woman materializing nearby, he impulsively grabs her and runs, whisking her to safety from the storm as they are pelted by the first stinging drops of hurricane force rain.
From the time I was a small child, I’ve always loved to read, and it wasn’t long before I was making up my own stories. I grew to especially enjoy creating realistic, complex characters, who, in essence, became the “Imaginary Friends” of my childhood. Frequently, my protagonists would have major character flaws, which they grew to overcome.