The Magic Chinese Dragon

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A cargo ship going to China carrying sapphire gemstones from Sri Lanka goes past a unknown volcanic island called Slinga Island. Between a destructive dragon summoned from a chinese cash coin and a erupting volcano. Will everyone on the ship survive?
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About Louise Findlay

Louise Findlay writes short fantasy stories and inspirational poetry.

I have many ideas and outlines for bloodthirsty gory (better than twilight) vampire books most are still in the works and may be a while until they are released. One of these is a longer work (short story/novella) called A Spy in the Fu Vampires. It only is a beginning but has many bonus scenes which may be automatically included into one free version depending on the length.

I also have a story about three tribes living on a archipelago called The Tribes in the Hollow which is further along but has a long way still to go.

There is a book which will be in a series, The Battle of the Mystical Arrowhead which is set in Ancient China with a ancient feud between 2 neighboring countries. It is half-way done.

(05 May 2014) Finished a huge update of my website and updating most (not all) of my books on Amazon. The Rogue's Odyssey (an epic-length poem with a medieval style with swords and sorcery, prophecies, Mages and Thieves) is currently being edited (see website for more info if you want to help) and will be submitted to an anthology then published.

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Review by: Chris The Story Reading Ape on June 12, 2013 :
A short but lovely little tale told very nicely in the manner of a Chinese Fable with the effective use of imagery.
(review of free book)

Review by: Gillian Findlay on Dec. 01, 2012 :
One of the best short stories I have read. I would recomend it to anyone. It is very intesting.
(review of free book)

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