There’s More Dragons In The Valley

Author Donita K. Paul REALLY likes Dragons. She’s written around nine books and all but one have the fire-breathing mammoth winged serpents in them. Her new book, Dragons of the Valley, continues the obsession. It will hit bookshelves for fans to grab up on September 21st through WaterBrook Press. According to the product description for the novel, “in this exciting new book from the author of DragonSpell and DragonFire, your teens will meet Bealomondore and Tipper—and join in their courageous quest to save three valuable statues from the hands of an invading army! Can they escape the clutches of Grawlbeck, a vicious monster hunter, and save their threatened homeland?” After the jump, you can check out a more detailed synopsis of the book, a full picture of the book, and a bio for the author.

Synopsis:
War threatens the peaceful land of Chiril… can one painter-turned-reluctant-swordsman really help?

With an invasion of her country imminent, Tipper Schope is drawn into a mission to keep three important statues from falling into the enemy’s clutches. Her friend, the artist Bealomondore, helps her execute the plan, and along the way he learns to brandish a sword rather than a paintbrush.

As odd disappearances and a rash of volatile behavior sweep Chiril, no one is safe. A terrible danger has made his vicious presence known: The Grawl, a hunter unlike any creature encountered before.

To restore their country, Tipper, Bealomondore, and their party must hide the statues in the Valley of the Dragons and find a way to defeat the invading army. When it falls to the artistic Bealomondore to wield his sword as powerfully and naturally as a paintbrush, will he answer Wulder’s call for a champion?

Author’s Bio:
Donita K. Paul is a retired teacher and author of numerous novellas, short stories, and nine novels, including the best-selling DragonKeeper Chronicles. The winner of multiple awards, she lives in Colorado Springs, Colorado, where she spends time mentoring and encouraging writers.

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