This summer has moved very fast. So fast, that it can be difficult to realize just how much Private Dragon has accomplished this year. So, why don't we take a look back at all that of the many amazing stories that have come to life this year so far.
Firstly, we have Adam TS Conlon, who so far this year has published four books and a short story. "Wolves of War" still has one entry left that will be released by the end of this year but the first three entries are currently out and they have seen some very impressive success. This fantasy series tells of the horrors and sacrifices of war, while maintaining dynamic characters, incredible action sequences, and intriguing political themes. Make sure you check it out!
Then of course we have JL Esquire, who published the second book in his "Enchanter's Quest" series, "The Chronicler" series on Kindle Vella, and the short story, "Frozen Flames." The Enchanter's Quest series is a fun mix of casual and high fantasy. Two of the four books have been published so far, with book 3 coming soon.
In a departure from his usual genre of fantasy, "The Chronicler" dives into a world of superheroes, in a fun and episodic format. Featured on Kindle Vella, the story is release episodically. Don't miss out on this super amazing story!
Of course, many other authors have made additional releases as well. Anthony J Santora released a "The Guided" which was a prequel to his Nathan Turner series, a book that reached bestseller status. LaTrobe Barnitz's sequel to his Soul Crystals series is releasing next week, which is a very big deal for him and all of the fans of his writing.
Private Dragon also introduced some new talent as well. Glen Nelson's "Sock Drawer Wands" is a fun story about magic helping one boy realize he's far less ordinary than he believed himself to be. Mounia Lakehal Meribout's "Ancient Mysteries of the Dark Papyrus" tells the story of a maidservant in ancient Egypt that uncovers a mystery and must quickly solve it to save the lives of her friends.
As you can see, we've done a lot this year and there's still more to come. What are you most excited for?