Peter Dressler was born in Surrey, British Columbia, but lives in Pincher Creek, Alberta. He has two 'hatchlings' of his own, Landon and Isla, with his wife Tara. Much of this book was written in Surrey before moving to Pincher Creek and has been a work in progress for over a decade. He operates Dragon Moon Gifts, a fantasy and metaphysical shop online with his wife. He has worked in software development and computer repair and teaches a not-for-profit Go-Ju Ryu Karate class in the evenings. Writing became a passion of his after finding a shortage of good dragon novels that show what he believes is the true nature of dragons. He plans on writing more.
How could I convince the dragon to not eat me? I understood why she couldn’t simply let me go; she feared the world would learn of her whereabouts. I knew I wouldn’t survive the winter. Either she’d eat me as she promised or the cold would claim me. It was hopeless. I can tell you this though, I didn’t expect help from a dandelion. This modern day journey will have you believing in dragons.
Only the oldest of the Shadow dragons remember the existence of the Brights – their light-scaled cousins whom they believe they destroyed hundreds of years ago. When Morrowshuck meets and falls in love with a Bright who is nothing like her kin, his loyalties are tested as he discovers the dark and bloody past separating their clans.