Today is a rather unusual day for the Dragon…He has devoured much of his own work and finds his stomach very full.
The cook pot is boiling and Seer lies upside-down by the Dragon’s bloated tummy. “Enough!” He is heard to growl loudly. “The book is almost ready to share!”
The story is a dual theme of reality and fantasy. Xavier, a young gamer with a curse, must find a way to survive as a knight in a world filled with demons and dragons. There is only one thing he truly seeks–the love of a princess.
A Steaming Cup of Baya!
Pros and Cons of cooking–
- It has plenty of Dragons.
- It has tasty gypsy dancers
- Baya, a Glahee Gypsy drink sounds a lot like coffee
- the story really works up a hungry appetite
- the insane mind of Patrick O’Scheen flows clearly in each line
the Dragon says: “ROAR!!!! Don’t even think about eating it! You will enjoy this book!! It will be on sale soon at Amazon and all the other fine
gypsy eateries places books are sold!!!”
The Dragon can be found right here!!! Roar!!!
It’s time to open the curtain and reveal the cover for Seer today!!!
This amazing work by Mathew Riggenbach at Shaed Studios, touches the imagination. Without further ado I give you Seer, Book 2, The Chronicles of Marithe—-
I BELIEVE IN DRAGONS…
The world of Marithe is back! The story of a young gamer named Xavier is woven into a plot of denial, betrayal and intrigue. He lives a double life running from those who would use him and searching for unencumbered love. Demons, dragons, and gypsies fill the game panorama entangling Xavier in a disaster that could destroy the dragon race and profoundly change his world….
Seer will release on Amazon as an e-book and paper back on August 31, 2013!
An excerpt for Seer…coming soon.
Newly designated queen, Mirandra prepares to meet a gypsy prince:
The smile that crept upon Mirandra’s lips held the sarcasm of a life time of demeaning abuse from people similar to those that greeted her with such profound respect. Mirandra held out her hand, palm downward to the northern dignitary. Men from the north appeared to be very attractive and this one was stunning, like a heroic knight in white leather and a flowing fur cloak. The queen felt herself wince against the reflected light of the man’s clothing. No doubt it was camouflage in snow, but here in the court it stung the eyes.
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