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Need a signed copy of TLD? Read this!

I’ve had lots of requests for signed copies of The Littlest Dragon, and for that, I’m extremely grateful! Nothing warms an author’s heart more than knowing there are people out there ready and willing to support their book. I love making readers happy, so get ready to order your signed books, y’all!

Here’s how this will work: You order direct from me, I receive the book, ink it, and then mail it straight to you. Prices will be a little higher than retail, because I’m factoring shipping into the total cost.

Prices:

  • Hardback: $23
  • Paperback: $13

Payment Methods:

  • PayPal (preferred!)
  • Venmo
  • Check

In the memo line, or memo field, or note field of your chosen payment method, pleaseΒ include “signed copy of The Littlest Dragon“, or something similar.

*Notes for personal checks: Your requested book(s) won’t be mailed until I receive the check and it clears the bank.*

You can order as many signed books as you want! Go wild!

To start the ordering process, please complete the form below. In the “Comment” section, include the number of copies you’d like, format (HB or PB), and payment method. I’ll then reach out via email and we’ll finalize payment and your shipping address.

If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out via the comment form, or hit me up on social media.

Thank you!!

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Cover Reveal: The Littlest Dragon

After the busy blur that was my week at Tinker Mountain Writer’s Workshop, I almost forgot I had scheduled this cover reveal for today!

We have aboutΒ 30 minutes left of the day, so without any further ado…dun dun dun…here it is:

Cover TLD

Isn’t Bimnid just the most precious little dragon you’ve ever seen??!! πŸ™‚

And the synopsis:

Bimnid is the puniest dragon on the Island of Bones. Not only is he tiny, but he does not have the shiniest scales, or the sharpest teeth, or the loudest roar. When the island is threatened by dragon-hunters, Bimnid looks to the other dragons for help, only to discover that everyone – even the fiercest – is afraid.

Can Bimnid find the courage to save his horde and earn his name?

I can’t end this post without sending out a HUGE THANK YOU to my wonderful illustrator, Sarah Waterfield. Without her, there would be no Bimnid and Co.

You can find Sarah online at herΒ website and on Facebook, if you want to check out more of her wonderful art.

The Littlest Dragon with be available to purchase in hardback and paperback very soon; stay tuned for the official release date!

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