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The Dragon Tempest: Tales of Fantasy & Adventure (DKC Contest Anthology Book 2)   

The Dragon Tempest offers a collection of short stories in a variety of fantasy genres, including dark, light, adventure, and epic. Creatures from all worlds abound: dragons, angels, centaurs, witches, gods and goddesses, and those lurking below the water’s surface. Whether you’re moved by tales of battle and bloodshed, suspense, humor, or enlightenment, The Dragon Tempest will leave you craving more from each author. Such a diversity of great fantasy tales to enjoy will leave no room for disappointment.

Judges:
Allison D. Reid
KJ Hawkins
D.B. Mauldin
Joshua Robertson

1st Place Winners
Christine King
Katie Roxberry
Winter Bayne
Jane Dougherty
Wilson F. Engel, III

2nd Place Winners
Christine Haggerty
Randall Lemon
Deborah Jean Anderson
J. Abram Barneck
Louise Findlay

3rd Place Winners
Samuel Milner
Karen Brown

I am honored to have two short stories published in “The Dragon’s Tempest.”

Following is an excerpt from, “Queen of the Faeries”

The concert had been great. Aine and Dorrian made their way backstage to try to get a glimpse of the band members. Aine had fallen ‘head over heels in love with the band’s bass guitar player, Iarl Fitzgerald. Dorrian rolled her eyes at Aine. She was always falling ‘head over heels’ in love with somebody.

“There he is!” exclaimed Aine. She grabbed Dorrian’s arm and started leading her in Iarl’s direction.

As if he had heard her, Iarl looked up, right at Aine. Their eyes locked and Iarl walked toward Aine, meeting her halfway. Aine let go of Dorrian’s arm as she reached out to shake hands with Iarl.

“Hi! I am Aine. I just wanted to tell you that I love the way you play your bass guitar.”

Iarl smiled. Aine’s heart did a flip-flop; his smile made him even more gorgeous. He had a serious face, very cute, but serious. His shoulder-length, blonde curls framed his gorgeous face. His dark-green eyes were deep-set, giving him the overall appearance of a man who did not smile or laugh easily.

Still holding Aine’s hand in his, he turned and led them to his dressing room. There were other people bustling about and Dorrian joined them. Iarl sat Aine down in a chair next to his. He turned to look at her, and spoke for the first time.

Following is an excerpt from, “The Elementals Save Mother Earth”:

The ghost of Paracelsus roamed the earth. Never had he seen the earth in such a terrible state. The land was dry and ravaged by fire. Paracelsus knew the salamanders were thriving, but they were the only elemental to do so. Pollution inhabited the waters and air to the point that they were poisonous. They were losing the battle to help keep the earth livable for humans

Mother Earth had awoken Paracelsus.

“Paracelsus, I beg of you to arise from your resting place. I desperately need your help,” she had said.

Paracelsus did as Mother Earth asked. He stood looking around the devastation, wondering where to start.

“The four elemental forces are going to have to work together to clean up this mess,” Paracelsus muttered to himself.

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Book Spotlight – The Dragon Tempest

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Book Spotlight – The Dragon Tempest, Anthology #2

The Dragon Tempest offers a collection of short stories in a variety of fantasy genres, including dark, light, adventure, and epic. Creatures from all worlds abound: dragons, angels, centaurs, witches, gods and goddesses, and those lurking below the water’s surface. Whether you’re moved by tales of battle and bloodshed, suspense, humor, or enlightenment, The Dragon Tempest will leave you craving more from each author. Such a diversity of great fantasy tales to enjoy will leave no room for disappointment.

Judges:

Allison D. Reid

KJ Hawkins

D.B. Mauldin

Joshua Robertson

1st Place Winners

Christine King

Katie Roxberry

Winter Bayne

Jane Dougherty

Wilson F. Engel, III

2nd Place Winners

Christine Haggerty

Randall Lemon

Deborah Jean Anderson

J. Abram Barneck

Louise Findlay

3rd Place Winners

Samuel Milner

Karen Brown

Ebook Buy Links:

Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Dragon-Tempest-Fantasy-Adventure-Anthology-ebook/dp/B0105JE02O/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1436399998&sr=1-1&keywords=the+dragon+tempest+tales+of+fantasy+%26+adventure

Smashwords: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/552304

Itunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/dragon-tempest-tales-fantasy/id1009713116?mt=11

Barnes & Noble: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/the-dragon-tempest-dragon-knight-chronicles/1122188936?ean=2940151986038

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Author Biography

Randall Lemon, one of our 2nd place winners, has an impressive list of previously published works. Read on to learn more:

Randall took a sabbatical from writing and that period of rest lasted almost three decades.  At one time Randall was a regular fixture of the role playing community.  He was one of the top ranked players from the inception to the end of the RPGA ranking system.  He also served as a high ranking tournament judge, marshal and coordinator of various events at Gen Con and other gaming conventions.  During that time, he was a frequent contributor to Polyhedron magazine perhaps best remembered for the creation of one of the most beloved establishments in the Living City, “Embrol Sludge’s Eatery and Seashell Shoppe.”  Along with a co-author he created the adventure known as “Eye of the Leviathan.” Randall also wrote articles for Video Review Magazine and the Quarterly Journal of Speech.

Hailing from Northwest Indiana just across the line from Chicago, Randall graduated from Purdue University with a Bachelor’s degree.  While at Purdue he was a winner of the prestigious Purdue Literary Awards contest.  He then received his Master’s degree from the University of Southern California and did some work toward the PhD at the University of Illinois.  He taught high school for thirty-four years, has two children and a wife, all of whom he loves dearly.

Now Randall has returned to writing.  This time he is concentrating on flash fiction and short stories.  “The Treasure of Freedom” is Randall’s first endeavor with A Good Tale and he looks forward to many more.  Recent publications by Randall include the round-robin novel, Gryffon Master:  Curse of the Lich King, the story, “A Mouser, a Keg of Rum and a Gunnery Mate” in the Anthology, World of Pirates and Randall’s story, “Mercy Killing” in an anthology called Lava Storm:  In the Neighborhood.  He also has two stories each in the anthologies, Dangerous Days and Aspiring Writers 2013.

Randall will have some of his short fiction showcased in a number of anthologies scheduled to come out in 2014 or 2015 and is currently working on a solo attempt at a fantasy novel.

Previously Published Works

Gryffon Master:  Curse of the Lich King,  “Acceptable Losses” in Final Ships, “After-Life” in Visions: Leaving Earth, “Flames of Red Make Violet Blue” in Violet Hopes, “Gathering Flowers in the Garden of Fermey” in Dance Like a Monkey, “Hat Trick” and “Victory or Death?” in Aspiring Writers 2013 Winners Anthology, “Heavy Hangs the Head…” and “Taking Liberties” in Dangerous Days, “White Demons,” “Knock-Knock: Who’s There?” “A Less-Than-Perfect Date” and “One Cannot Lose a Mother’s Love” in Aspiring Writers 2014 Winners Anthology, “Mercy Killing” in Lava Storm, “A Mouser, a Keg of Rum, and a Gunnery Mate” in World of Pirates, “A Lighter Philosophy” in One-Minute Stories from Around the World, “Someone Told Me, It’s All Happening…” in Of Past and Future, “The Treasure of Freedom” in Trash to Treasure, “Bobby Darwin’s Lucky Day” in online emagazine “The News in Books” June, 2014 issue pgs 12 – 15.

Purchasing Links

Randall Lemon on Amazon.com for “books” and “Kindle ebooks”

http://www.silenceinthelibrarypublishing.com/product/dance-like-a-monkey/

for Dance Like a Monkey from Silence in the Library.

Excerpt from Randall Lemon’s Winning Short Story

The Tears of Regas

By: Randall Lemon

“Perhaps it is time for me to endow one of the creatures on the material plane with the spark of divinity,” he finally spoke aloud.  “Most of the other gods I know have christened at least one deity.  How could any of them object to my doing so?”

Regas began to search the mortal realm.  He looked for a mortal female who enjoyed solitude.  He kept his divine ears opened to the prayers that flowed in continually.  When he found a likely supplicant, he would cast his far-seeing eye upon her to determine her worthiness for the boon he intended to grant her.  It wasn’t easy.  He looked for the perfect choice, rejecting one after another for not being pristine enough, or for lacking the proper dignity or concentration.  Finally he heard a prayer that showed great promise.

The woman who uttered it was a holy hermit among her people, one who many believed had been granted the gift of foresight.  She was both beautiful and serious and had no need to be surrounded by others of her race.

“This one would make a perfect companion for me.  Once I have raised her to godhood, I could grant her a sliver of my responsibilities.  I know; I could make her the patron of hermits.  That would not take too much of her attention and I could discourse with her for hour upon hour.  Just like I did with…just like I did with…?”

Regas suddenly realized he could no longer remember the name of the goddess who had elevated him to the heavens.  “Truly, the powers of Hemris are great, for he gets both men and gods to forget the vanquished!”

Author’s Website

Maceprez.wordpress.com

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Author Interview – Jane Dougherty

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Author Interview – Jane Dougherty

Author, Jane Dougherty, was a first place winner in Dragon Knight Chronicles short story contest. The contest was held to gather stories for publication in Dragon Knight Chronicles Anthology #2. The title of Jane’s winning short story is The Last Battle.

  1. Where did you get the idea for your short story, The Last Battle?

Hylomone and Cyllarus, the two Centaurs in The Last Battle are ‘real’ Centaurs. They are also minor characters in the third volume of my trilogy, The Green Woman. The battle itself is in the story, but I decided to rewrite the event as seen from the viewpoint of this tragic couple.

2.  What inspired you to write The Last Battle?

The battle is a pivotal part of the story of The Green Woman, and in writing it I had only portrayed the emotions of one of the central characters. This is a deeper version of what happened, and the personal grief it brought to a couple of the off-stage characters.

3.  Is there a message in your short story that you want readers to grasp?

Not a conscious one, but I was probably influenced by my aversion for Greek myths where women are almost always in the wrong, the sacrificial victims, or the wicked demons. The Centaur is the epitome of all that is wise and noble, so I wanted to bash the point home that there were female Centaurs too, and they were just as wise and noble as their company.

4.  What was the hardest part of writing The Last Battle?

I don’t honestly remember there being a hard part in the writing of this story. I knew it already, and I knew the outcome. Writing battle scenes isn’t something I enjoy particularly which means that to do it well, I have to concentrate on the human rather than the military aspect. If there’s more emotion in The Last Battle than actual battle, that’s because I’m more comfortable writing about sentiment than sword thrusting and swiping.

5. What kind of research did you do for this short story?

Many of the characters in story of The Green Woman are taken from myth so I don’t feel that I have the right to take liberties with what are essentially the fruits of the collective imagination.  Cyllarus the Centaur really existed (if you see what I mean) and so did his companion Hylonome and their children. Their story is a tragic one, and I simply transposed Cyllarus’ death to the Last Battle of my story. I hate reading stories with sloppy research and anachronisms so I try not to make the same mistake myself.

6.  How did you get interested in mythology?

I think we are all interested in mythology. It’s part of all human culture and part of the way humanity works. My grandmother was a big fan of the Greek myths, and of course the Irish myths were considered more as history than story.

7.  What’s a typical working day like for you?

I check my emails, reply to comments on my blog and on twitter, look over the last scraps of poetry I wrote the previous night and probably get bogged down in wrestling with a poem. There’s usually a hiatus while I take the dog out for a run, go to the market, do the washing, that kind of stuff. After that I try to get into a WIP. I’m very easily distracted though. In theory I should have most of the afternoon to work. But there are always so many other things that need to be done.

8.  Do you set a daily writing goal?

I do at the moment. I’m in the daft position of having six different (very different) WIP. I also write a ton of poetry and short fiction; Since one WIP is a book that has actually been commissioned by a publisher I feel that I ought to write it before indulging myself in any of the others. If I meet my daily goal of words written, I allow myself to spend a bit of time on one of the other stories. I get very distracted by poetry though, a recently discovered passion, and spend far too much time fiddling with rhythm and rhyme.

9.   What’s the best thing about being an author?

Doing what I love most. And having a husband who indulges me in it, even though it doesn’t even keep us in dog biscuit.

10.  What advice would you give aspiring writers?

Write. Don’t watch TV, don’t go out, make your children autonomous as soon as possible, and write. All the time. Make writing your favourite leisure activity, and don’t be afraid to share it with people whose judgement you value. Most of all though, listen to advice about your writing. Listen to the criticism, and try not to be so blinkered by the thrill of actually producing a story to act upon it.

11.  Who is your favorite author?

I don’t have one. There are far too many authors whose work I love. Of the classics I can read anything by John Masefield and adore it, Tove Jansson’s Moomin books, C.S.Lewis was a pretty fine writer too, and I’ve probably read all of Alberto Moravia and not read anything I haven’t enjoyed. Of the more modern writers, I have enjoyed a lot of Guy Gavriel Kay, Barbara Hambly, and the first of the GRR Martin books.

12.  What really strikes you about their work?

For all of them it is the ability to transport the reader to a new, unknown place, be it an imaginary Finnish forest, the planet Mars, or Rome in the 1950s, and make it come alive.

13.  Can you share a little of your current work with us?

I have six WIP all in more or less rough draft form. This is the opening of a romance which is about half-finished. The working title is Where the Wild White Horses Play.

I heard of a girl once, who went off with a Selkie. She didn’t know he was a Selkie to begin with, not until he came back for her. She followed him into the ocean and never came back. They say she drowned, but I know different. I think the girl was me.

This may be the last time I sit on this cliff top looking down at the sea. The white chalk falls away below me, ghostly in the twilight, and tumbling into a jumble of pale rock at the foot, lapped by the waves. There’s a steep stair down to the rocky cove that I will take before the sun sinks. I look along the coast road to the straggling line of houses, set back from the track behind thick vegetation. I know them all, the old couple who turned their plot into a little market garden, the middle aged couple who take in tourists in the summer, and the last house before the road drops down out of sight towards the town.

Pierre still lives there, in the house I knew so well, the house that one time I felt would be my tomb. He has remarried and has a couple of children. They will be indoors now, like the good obedient children of a schoolteacher. Perhaps there will be school tomorrow and they will be early to bed. Perhaps not. I lose track of the days and their names. They have no meaning any more. Time itself has no meaning. The ocean is timeless. I mark the passing of the days by the movement of the sun and the moon, but none is worth more than the next or the last. Time is. I am.

Pierre’s house falls into the quiet of the evening, calm and tidy, as he would wish it. And I am glad that I am out of his life and he has found happiness. The horizon is on fire, and the sun is almost over the rim of the sky. By its last light I take the steep steps carefully, down to the rocks where the others are waiting for me.

I sat in this same spot ten years ago, on the last day of their millennium. Ten years ago I left to reclaim what was mine. The sunset looks just the same. They said it was a special day. Momentous. For me it was just a beautiful sunset.

14.  Are you a pantser or a plotter?

Both, I think. I’ve never understood how you can write without letting the story go its own sweet way. No matter what plan you might have already roughed out, the story inevitably goes where it wants. Mine do, anyway.

15. What question have you always wanted to be asked in an interview and how would you answer that question?

How did you get to become a multi-million dollar best-selling author? I’d love to be asked that one. Unfortunately the chances of being asked it are so remote I haven’t thought up an answer.

Jane Doughtery

Author Bio

Jane Dougherty writes various kinds of fiction but finds it very hard not to include at least an element of fantasy. Her self-published trilogy, The Green Woman is straight up no nonsense fantasy. The retellings of some of the great love stories from Irish myth she co-authored with Ali Isaac are in that hazy, magical domain between historical fact and flight of poetic fantasy. Wormholes, her new YA series, starts off as gritty, realistic Armageddon, but rapidly takes off into pseudo-science fantasy inspired by some of the more trippy writings of the Apocrypha. The first volume is to be published by Finch Books this autumn.

Jane is also a prolific writer of short fiction and poetry, some of which has been published in anthologies, literary journals, and webzines. To read some of her poems or download a short story, visit her blog at:

https://janedougherty.wordpress.com/

For official purposes she gives Bordeaux as place of residence, but most of the important stuff goes on inside her head.

Author’s Social Media & Additional Links

Facebook author page: https://www.facebook.com/JaneDoughertyWriter

Twitter: https://twitter.com/MJDougherty33

Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/6953978.Jane_Dougherty

Amazon author page US: http://www.amazon.com/Jane-Dougherty/e/B00FMR7Y0U/ref=dp_byline_cont_pop_ebooks_1

Amazon author page UK: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Jane-Dougherty/e/B00FMR7Y0U/ref=ntt_athr_dp_pel_pop_1

List and Links to Jane Dougherty’s previously published works:

The Green Woman Trilogy

The Dark Citadel

The Dark Citadel:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Dark-Citadel-Green-Woman-Book-ebook/dp/B00JW86TYM/ref=la_B00FMR7Y0U_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1441175603&sr=1-1

http://www.amazon.com/Dark-Citadel-Green-Woman-Book-ebook/dp/B00JW86TYM/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8

The Subtle Fiend

The Subtle Fiend:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/The-Subtle-Fiend-Green-Woman-ebook/dp/B00I481BVM/ref=pd_sim_351_4?ie=UTF8&refRID=0RE8J8R7CWGBE94TZ1JZ

http://www.amazon.com/Subtle-Fiend-Green-Woman-ebook/dp/B00I481BVM/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1441177363&sr=1-1&keywords=the+subtle+fiend

Beyond the Realm

Beyond the Realm of Night:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Beyond-Realm-Night-Green-Woman-ebook/dp/B00MU1XO6Y/ref=pd_sim_351_1?ie=UTF8&refRID=1CDS32ZAKZT5PJ7J9H3G

http://www.amazon.com/Beyond-Realm-Night-Green-Woman-ebook/dp/B00MU1XO6Y/ref=pd_sim_351_1?ie=UTF8&refRID=11RS8GCJDHDYJB7JVTHS&dpSrc=sims&dpST=_UX300_PJku-sticker-v3%2CTopRight%2C0%2C-44_AC_UL320_SR200%2C320_

In the Beginning:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/In-Beginning-Jane-Dougherty-ebook/dp/B00GIYLCOK/ref=pd_sim_351_3?ie=UTF8&refRID=1EZG5A80E736N5X28FS2

http://www.amazon.com/In-Beginning-Jane-Dougherty-ebook/dp/B00GIYLCOK/ref=pd_sim_351_5?ie=UTF8&refRID=1YC6P8HVF38WNW6EB2C8&dpSrc=sims&dpST=_AC_UL320_SR222%2C320_

Grá mo Chroí:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Gr%C3%A1-Chro%C3%AD-Love-Stories-Irish-ebook/dp/B00SQ2IUZQ/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8

http://www.amazon.com/Gr%C3%A1-Chro%C3%AD-Love-Stories-Irish-ebook/dp/B00SQ2IUZQ/ref=pd_sim_351_2?ie=UTF8&refRID=0CBCYFYZ7JBKKFMPH449&dpSrc=sims&dpST=_AC_UL320_SR200%2C320_

The Dragon Tempest

The Dragon Tempest offers a collection of short stories in a variety of fantasy genres, including dark, light, adventure, and epic. Creatures from all worlds abound: dragons, angels, centaurs, witches, gods and goddesses, and those lurking below the water’s surface. Whether you’re moved by tales of battle and bloodshed, suspense, humor, or enlightenment, The Dragon Tempest will leave you craving more from each author. Such a diversity of great fantasy tales to enjoy will leave no room for disappointment.

Judges:

Allison D. Reid

KJ Hawkins

D.B. Mauldin

Joshua Robertson

1st Place Winners

Christine King

Katie Roxberry

Winter Bayne

Jane Dougherty

Wilson F. Engel, III

2nd Place Winners

Christine Haggerty

Randall Lemon

Deborah Jean Anderson

J. Abram Barneck

Louise Findlay

3rd Place Winners

Samuel Milner

Karen Brown

Ebook Buy Links:

Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Dragon-Tempest-Fantasy-Adventure-Anthology-ebook/dp/B0105JE02O/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1436399998&sr=1-1&keywords=the+dragon+tempest+tales+of+fantasy+%26+adventure

Smashwords: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/552304

Itunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/dragon-tempest-tales-fantasy/id1009713116?mt=11

Barnes & Noble: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/the-dragon-tempest-dragon-knight-chronicles/1122188936?ean=2940151986038

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Share Your World – 2015 Week #28

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Share Your World – 2015 Week #28

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What is your favorite comfort snack food?

Peanut Butter M&M’s, which is not a good thing when you are a diabetic.

If you had to spend one weekend alone in a single store but could remove nothing, which store would you pick? (except food or beverage)

It would be fun to spend a whole weekend in WalMart just to look at everything they have available in the store.

What was the largest city you have been to?  What is the one thing you remember most?

Washington D. C.

I remember how much fun it was and how I want to go back and take my grandchildren.

Finish this sentence:  It has recently come to my attention that ….

I have a lot of work to get done before the end of 2015.

Bonus question:  What are you grateful for from last week, and what are you looking forward to in the week coming up?

I am grateful that my 2nd short story, of the year, was published in an anthology last week.

http://www.amazon.com/Dragon-Tempest-Fantasy-Adventure-Anthology-ebook/dp/B0105JE02O/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1436797162&sr=1-1&keywords=the+dragon+tempest

I am looking forward to my youngest grandson’s birthday party on Saturday.

The Dragon Tempest Release Day

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The Dragon Tempest offers a collection of short stories in a variety of fantasy genres, including dark, light, adventure, and epic. Creatures from all worlds abound: dragons, angels, centaurs, witches, gods and goddesses, and those lurking below the water’s surface. Whether you’re moved by tales of battle and bloodshed, suspense, humor, or enlightenment, The Dragon Tempest will leave you craving more from each author. Such a diversity of great fantasy tales to enjoy will leave no room for disappointment.

Judges:

Allison D. Reid

KJ Hawkins

D.B. Mauldin

Joshua Robertson

1st Place Winners

Christine King

Katie Roxberry

Winter Bayne

Jane Dougherty

Wilson F. Engel, III

2nd Place Winners

Christine Haggerty

Randall Lemon

Deborah Jean Anderson

J. Abram Barneck

Louise Findlay

3rd Place Winners

Samuel Milner

Karen Brown

Ebook Buy Links:

Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Dragon-Tempest-Fantasy-Adventure-Anthology-ebook/dp/B0105JE02O/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1436399998&sr=1-1&keywords=the+dragon+tempest+tales+of+fantasy+%26+adventure

Smashwords: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/552304

Itunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/dragon-tempest-tales-fantasy/id1009713116?mt=11

Barnes & Noble: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/the-dragon-tempest-dragon-knight-chronicles/1122188936?ean=2940151986038

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The Dragon Tempest

Tales of Fantasy & Adventure

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The Dragon Tempest offers a collection of short stories in a variety of fantasy genres, including dark, light, adventure, and epic. Creatures from all worlds abound: dragons, angels, centaurs, witches, gods and goddesses, and those lurking below the water’s surface. Whether you’re moved by tales of battle and bloodshed, suspense, humor, or enlightenment, The Dragon Tempest will leave you craving more from each author. Such a diversity of great fantasy tales to enjoy will leave no room for disappointment.

Judges:
KJ Hawkins
Allison D. Reid
D.B. Mauldin
Joshua Robertson

1st Place Winners:
Christine King
Katie Roxberry
Winter Bayne
Jane Dougherty
Wilson F. Engel, III

2nd Place Winners:
Christine Haggerty
Randall Lemon
Deborah Jean Anderson
J. Abram Barneck
Louise Findlay

3rd Place Winners:
Samuel Milner
Karen Brown

The Dragon Tempest

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