Mask of the Dragon

At age 16, Abigail Palmer still hasn't outgrown the imaginary dragon friend she has leaned on since her parents' death ten years ago. Dominic's actions were always under her control, but lately he's taken on a life of his own and Abby's no longer sure she's responsible for his behavior. Is something wrong with her, or is he more that what he seems? One way or another, she'll have to find out. More

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About Ashleigh D.J. Cutler

Ashleigh Daniellé Jaelyn Cutler is the author of the "Rise of the Dragonfly" series, "A Childhood Fantasy", and "Few Know You're Crying". The daughter of two avid readers, she had a book in her hand before she could walk. One of her favorite phrases, when she began to talk, quickly became “Daddy book read”. Her parents, Jay Cutler and Pam Stepp, offered constant praise and encouragement as she made her way towards becoming the artist and author she always wanted to be.

Forced by a low immune system to be homeschooled since grade 3 (with brief attempts at public school), she graduated high school January 1, 2001 at age 15, with a GPA of 3.94 and an overall high school average of 97.94%.

Her stories, supported by the various courses she took during her school years, explore a range of social topics despite their often non-human protagonists. Her artwork's focus is wolves and illustrations.

Also known online as Ash Of Wolves until 2004, she adopted the handle AshWolf Forever in 2009 and still uses it today. She can be found on Facebook, Twitter, deviantART.com, Fanfiction.net and FictionPress.com.

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