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BROTHER DRAGON, the EPPIE 2005 Trophy Award Winner for Best Children’s Book written by Terri Branson and illustrated by Chet Taylor, is now available in an expanded 46-page edition with 22 full-page color illustrations. [Children’s Picture Book (rated G for ages 2-7) | Available in color paperback, color hardback, coloring book, and color ebook] Although born a water dragon, all Brother Dragon dreams about is flying among the clouds. But will his wish come true in time to save his adopted human family? | Click here to read more and to find sales links….
Okay, I admit it. I am fascinated with theories on UFOs, ancient civilizations, space travel, and the nature of the cosmos. I have my own theories, of course, but for now all I can do is wait for that watershed “the Earth is round” moment that changes what we know of the universe. Sooner would be better than later. In the meantime, I have found such discussions much too dry and serious. So a few years ago I decided to approach some of those out there topics with a dollop of humor. Thus was born the COSMIC SCULPTURE anthology, a mixture of science fiction and fantasy short stories (serious and humorous) capped by the DRAGON’S DEN novel. The first story in the anthology, Cosmic Sculpture, is a rather twisted what if on how the face on Mars might have been created. Yep, I made it up. That’s why it’s called fiction. The anthology includes fourteen short stories, at least half of which skew to the silly side. Let’s peel the mask off that mysterious face on Mars and have a little fun with it!