Catching Dragons

A reluctant hero, an enchanted kingdom, a crazed prince…
Out of the ashes of doubt, courage is born.

As Derik whisks Edgar away from Willowglen where he’d been championing the dwarves, he can’t help but wonder what has really happened to his kingdom since his departure. Tales of an attack from the sky and an army of black knights precede him, and nothing is as Edgar expects when he arrives back home in Northend. His city lies under an enchantment, and they need him to break it. Tasked with regaining his lost magick and armed with a pouch of fairy dust, Edgar is determined to do the right thing.

Will he find the courage to confront the man responsible for his father’s death or will he run away like the coward Derik believes him to be?


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Books in the Destiny Defined series

Book One: Elven Games

Book Two: Catching Dragons

About Stephanie

Stephanie Ayers is a word whisperer who writes speculative fiction where horror and fantasy collide. She is a coffee addicted unicorn living in Ohio disguised as a human. She mothers her children and avoids all things housework and zombies. When she isn’t doing any of these things, she can be found browsing thrift stores and flea markets with her husband, attending football games with her son, or binging on TV shows.

Stephanie has been a regular contributor and leader for Bloggy Moms and Just Be Enough, and currently writes content for Verblio. She is a strong supporter of the indie author community. She achieved Amazon best seller status in 2017 with the poetry anthology, Ambrosia.

Her debut novella, Til Death Do Us Part, was published by Bannerwing Books in 2013, and her work appears in several anthologies and collections, notably Absolution, Flash Fiction Addiction, and Monsters: A TPQ Anthology. The first volume in her serial short horror story collection released in October 2017. Her epic fantasy series, Destiny Defined, debuts in March 2019 with her first full novel, Elven Games.

Her favorite quote is: “The blank page is a canvas on which the writer paints a story.”-Stephanie Ayers

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