It's been forever since I've last seen you, hasn't it? How've you been? What's the latest you gossip? How did they holidays go? And man, what's with this weather?

I'd chit-chat more, but you're here for news, and news is what I have for you! First of all, We are but a scant two months away from the release of DAY OF THE DRAGON, wherein you find out just what is with those ouroboros dragons, and how they tie in to the weyr and dragon septs that you know and (hopefully) love.


Before we get to ourboros dragons and how they fit into the dragonkin, I want to mention a fabulous special sale going on, of which I'm happy to be part. A number of authors have banded together with Barnes and Noble to present a special sale with the first book of a series free, and the second book 25% off! 

I've put IT'S ALL GREEK TO ME and EVER FALLEN IN LOVE into this special event (good through the middle of February), so now's the time to grab them if you haven't yet read them!

Here's the official info about the special sale:

NOOK Book Bash — Find Your New Favorite Series! Hundreds of FREE first-in-series books!

Choose a series at http://littl.ink/BookBash, then use code NOOKBASHFREE to get the first book free and code NOOKBASH25 to get the second book for 25% off!

Don’t have a NOOK? Download the *free* NOOK reading app for your smartphone or tablet at http://littl.ink/NookApp.

(PLEASE NOTE: Books must be purchased on the BN.com online store, not in an app. Coupon codes don’t work inside apps.)

It's Almost the Day of the Dragon!

The second book in the Dragon Hunter series will be out in March, and I've put the first chapter up for perusal on my website. I am thrilled that this book dives deeper into the world of the ourboros dragon tribes, and can't wait to write about other tribes than just the two featured in this book.

It also gives you the background on just how Dragon Hunters got started...and what challenges they face today.

I hope you enjoy the excerpt!

So just who are the ouroboros dragons? They are former members of the main five dragon septs who for some reason or other left, and wandered around on their own. Some of those outcasts banded together to form tribes, groups similar to septs, but inclusive of all dragons, not just those who have shared bloodlines.

Tribes are governed by a master rather than a wyvern, and they're a little more rough-and-tumble than their sept-born counterparts. They are fiercely loyal, however.

In Day of the Dragon, you meet the leaders of two ouroboros tribes: the storm and shadow dragons. Just how they're related is covered in the book...along with a lot more dragon lore.

March is just around the corner! :)

Katie MacAlister

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