The start of a new beginning, again

I’m not much of one to write long in-depth reports for how or where I began a journey only to end up where I am now.

In fact, more often than not I despise them. Who wants to read through your life’s story just to get the recipe or the pattern or whatever it is your tolerating this diatribe for.

Yet here I am. Following my blogging ancestors hoping those of you who read this find me interesting enough to sign up for a regular email newsletter, something I’m still not sure of how works but okay.

After the better part of the year, knowing beforehand that this is the year of 2020, I have picked writing my sequel to Dragon’s Daughter, Dragon’s Queen, back up.

The crowd goes wild!

If you haven’t read Dragon’s Daughter yet I suggest you do. It’s a fun bit of fiction with dragons and elves and adult-type situations.

Its not your typical fantasy novel that many of us cut our teeth on oh so long ago.

On that note, the second book Dragon’s Queen continues where the first book left off but so much steamier, definitely not for a younger audience.

At todays date I’m on page 153 and I’m only in the third chapter out of 12.

There is going to be so much more to this book than the first. It’s going to be the highlight of my journey thus far as a writer to date.

I’m not gonna lie, I’m kinda excited.

You should be too.

Check out the first book https://www.amazon.com/dp/B084Z496TZ

You wont regret it.

Published by catdvermillion

I enjoy creating and writing fantasys, turning them into full fledged novels inbetween helping my kids with home work and chasing after my three year old, almost four now. I love the rain, the sound and smell as it patters against the roof of my house. I love helping animals although I'm not a foster dog or cat mom as I would never have the heart to rehome them. I have an Emotional Support Dog, a queensland heeler who resembles a potato more than a dog and two cats, one for my oldest and one for the rest of them. I am the slave of two green cheek conures who keep me distracted and make it difficult to get anything done. I manage in my own little way to keep chugging along. There always seems to be more madness than method to go around.

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