Ben L. Hughes
For the last several years I have been working as a Manufacturing Chemist in the Pharmaceutical Industry. My interests include, hiking, camping, geology, and exploring old mining camps. When I am not spending time with my family or enjoying the outdoors, I write fictional novels for adults and short stories for young readers. My family is my life, and writing is my passion – Ben Hughes
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A fictional novel about humanity being pushed to the brink of extinction.
Dragon Adventure Series:
I have just finished revising the first three books in the Dragon Adventure Series and made numerous improvements based on reader feedback and in preparation for the release of Book 4 - Fire Dragons.
My upcoming Books:
Book 4 of the Dragon Adventure Series is just around the corner. This is a short story for young readers who enjoyed my other books about dragons. This book in the series goes back to medieval Europe and follows the adventures of the legendary dragon Draig Goch. Release expected early January 2015.
Under the Full Moon:
A fictional novel about werewolves. Release expected late 2015.
I welcome comments and questions from all my readers and my email is provided below. I know that some typographical errors might slip by myself, or the editors. If you find an error, please feel free to send me an email and I will make an effort to remove the error in the next revision of the book.
Print copies of my books are available for purchase at: www.TheBookPatch.com
P.S. The bio picture is of my son and I heading up the 4x4 road to the top of Mount Antero, Colorado.
An unprecedented medical breakthrough has just changed the future of humankind forever. Under the biological enhancement program, ordinary people can live a life virtually free from disease and illness. Hailed as humanities greatest achievement, the overwhelming majority accepts the procedure and becomes augmented. Those that do not are destine to uncover an unimaginable truth...
Matt is consumed by vivid dreams of an alien race after he returns from a camping trip with his friends in the Mojave Desert. As he starts to unravel the meaning of his dreams, he discovers they are connected to secret intra-dimensional experiments being conducted by the military. Love and betrayal cloud the waters, as Matt and his friends must fight for their lives. (Recommended for Ages 14+)
The Quest of the Sheron Elves
Deep within the Basara gem mine, a magical doorway is discovered by the elven miners. Some of the elves believe there is a vast treasure hidden behind the door, while others are unsure what dangers are lurking on the other side. Elena, a young and powerful elf, is ordered to use her magic to open the door, but what she and the others find on the other side is unthinkable...
The Dragon Wizard (Dragon Adventure Series: Book Three)
Dragons have lived in secrecy for over a thousand years, patiently waiting for the return of a Dragon Wizard. It was prophesied that he could lead them out of the darkness and into the new age. Splinter believes she has found the one with power, but as he ignores his destiny, the prophecy that foretold of the age of dragons is in jeopardy of going unfulfilled. Ages 7-14+
The Blue Dragon (Dragon Adventure Series: Book Two)
Kevin and his pet dragon named Splinter are about to discover a forgotten relic that will change the course of history. In order to unlock its thousand year old secret, they must return to Castle Mountain and ask the blue dragon for his help. Little do they know that the fate of an entire species hangs in the balance. Ages 7-14+
A Dragon Named Splinter (Dragon Adventure Series: Book One)
Splinter had been caught breaking the first law of dragons and sentenced to death by the dragon council. Not being one to give up, she made a daring nighttime escape during a fierce thunderstorm. The following morning she woke to find herself trapped under the wreckage of a storm damaged tree. Badly injured and unable to free herself, she closed her eyes and hoped for a miracle. For ages 7-14+
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