I'd like to welcome author Kandi Wyatt once again to my blog. We are both contributing authors to the new anthology Fantastic Creatures (free on Kindle).
Today we are celebrating the cover reveal of her newest book, the 5th book of her Dragon Courage series, Dragon's Posterity. Critics say if you are a fan of Eragon (which I am) you will love this series.
About the book:
Is there really a right way to braid leather?
Ruskya doesn’t know anymore. Is it worth fighting over? Twenty-one winters ago, he was ready to take on the turquoise dragon rider, but now he fears facing his oldest son.
Kyn, Ruskya’s youngling, wonders if he’s going crazy when an image begins haunting his dreams.
Soon, he realizes it may be the key to helping not only Ruskya and his son Ardyn, but all younglings and their trainers as they adjust to growing up.
Will Kyn be able to help Ruskya, Ardyn, and the other young riders? Follow your favorite characters from the exciting Dragon Courage series as they empower the next generation and give dragons to their posterity.
I am new to the Dragon Courage series, so I asked Kandi to tell me a bit about it. I am a big fan of dragons, and I was curious as to how they are featured in this book. Are they monsters, beasts or characters in the story? Wyatt told me, "The dragons are good and benevolent, but there is a strain that are wild and free. They talk, and many have said that the dragons are as much characters as the rest of the humans."
You can learn about all of the books and how the whole idea began by going to Kandi's Website.
If you're a high fantasy buff, you should check this series out and enter her giveaway!
Even as a young girl, Kandi J Wyatt, had a knack for words. She loved to read them, even if it was on a shampoo bottle! By high school Kandi had learned to put words together on paper to create stories for those she loved. Nowadays, she writes for her kids, whether that's her own five or the hundreds of students she's been lucky to teach. When Kandi's not spinning words to create stories, she's using them to teach students about Spanish, life, and leadership.
Feel free to leave a comment for Kandi or me below!
D. G. Driver
Author of books for teens and tweens featuring diverse characters dealing with social or environmental issues, such as her ecofiction fantasy series The Juniper Sawfeather Trilogy and her award-winning novel about autism awareness No One Needed to Know.
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“There are no bad stories, just ones that haven’t found their right words yet.” – D. G. Driver, award-winning author of Cry of the Sea, Whisper of the Woods, Echo of the Cliffs and No One Needed to Know.
A blog mostly about the process of revision with occasional guest posts, book reviews, and posts related to my books.