Click the image below to see the dragon’s greeting!
(The dragon was animated using CrazyTalk 6.21. Dragon image is from Fantasy Tales content pack. Cave background is licensed from www.shutterstock.com and copyrighted by Albert Russ. The voice was created using Morph Vox Pro, Creatures of Darkness addon.)
Because the numerous changes to the site, including a complete reconstruction following an unfortunate loss of data in the process of changing hosting providers, the dragon’s directions are no longer completely accurate. However, I don’t have the heart to retire him. He’s been with the site since the very beginning. Also, he, uh, breathes fire, so it’s best to stay on his good side!
That said, the old boy was slowing down the loading of the page a good deal, so if you want to visit him just click the image on the left side of the page.
Anyway, the slider is now at the top of the page and does still feature my books, as well as current site news. If you see a book that looks intriguing, hovering over the slider will pause it and show navigation controls. Clicking on the slide for the book that interests you will take you to the product page. Alternatively, you can preview any of the titles from the My Books page (also accessible by clicking the covering montage in the left column of this page.
Feel like browsing in general? Check out the Store page. There you’ll find popular items in a wide variety of genres. If you see anything you like, you can purchase directly through Amazon and support this site at the same time.
Depending on what else you might be looking for, you can use the top menu (all pages) or the sidebar widgets (most pages). Blog posts, ranging from book reviews to giveaway entry forms, can be found (rather unimaginatively) on the Blog page, and the manually operated slider below also displays blog post titles and featured images; just click the arrows to move forward or backward through the posts.
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