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Water Dragon Publishing Welcomes Author Diane De Pisa

We are excited to announce that we have signed an agreement with author Diane De Pisa to publish her novel, Xarbo. Diane’s grief-and-relief memoir, Love of Finished Years, was published in 2021 from Wipf & Stock. Her prior publications include three articles on Black Elk Speaks, twenty poems in journals, a retrospective on Berkeley in the sixties, and a satirical novel, As Sour Grapes Ripen, condensed and serialized in the Berkeley Times. She has won recognition for both prose and poetry, including a Poetry Society of America’s award for “Bird Tracks: A Pantoum”, and grand prize for a short story,...

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Water Dragon Publishing Welcomes Author Elaine Isaak

We are excited to announce that we have signed an agreement with author Elaine Isaak to publish her fantasy novel, A Wreck of Dragons. Elaine Isaak writes adventure novels inspired by research subjects like medieval surgery, ancient clockworks, and Byzantine mechanical wonders. Published works include Drakemaster (Guardbridge 2022), The Dark Apostle series (DAW), and the “Bone Guard” archaeological thrillers. Her next adventure will be interactive superhero novel Skystrike: Wings of Justice, for Choice of Games. While researching her books, she learned how to hunt with a falcon, clear a building of possible assailants, and pull traction on a broken limb....

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Water Dragon Publishing Welcomes Author Laurence Raphael Brothers

Laurence Raphael Brothers

We are excited to announce that we have signed an agreement with author Laurence Raphael Brothers to publish his novel, The World’s Shattered Shell. Laurence Raphael Brothers is a writer and a technologist with five patents and a background in AI and Internet R&D. He has published over 40 short stories in such magazines as Nature, PodCastle, and Galaxy's Edge. His noir urban fantasy novellas The Demons of Wall Street, The Demons of the Square Mile, and The Demons of Chiyoda are available from Mirror World Publishing. To learn more about the works and world of Laurence Raphael Brothers, you...

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New Book Release: “War Mage (Extended Edition)” by L. A. Jacob

We are thrilled to announce the release of the Extended Edition of War Mage by L. A. Jacob. In war, here be dragons. First Magus Brent Rogers has just been transferred from Fort Leavenworth to Afghanistan. His mission: to find out how and why a seemingly indestructible dragon died on an alleged suicide mission. Brent finds out that even dragons have secrets — and those secrets, if known, can kill them. Will Brent be like all the other wizards, and work for the Army, or will he keep the secrets of the dragons? His success — and maybe even his...

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New Book Release: “The Insane God” by Jay Hartlove

We are thrilled to announce the immediate availability of The Insane God by award-winning author Jay Hartlove. Early reviews call The Insane God, "Nightmare on Elm Street meets The Stand." and "A mystery, a terror, intervention and the Power of Love.". A meteorite fragment cures a teenaged trans girl’s schizophrenia, but leaves her with visions of ancient warring gods annihilating each other in space. As the Earth hurtles toward the cloud that is the shattered bodies of those eternal enemies, their eons-old conflict is rekindled on Earth to divide and destroy humanity. Can she and her brother stop the spread...

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Join Us at Flights of Foundry From April 8, 2022 through April 10, 2022

Flights of Foundry

Join us this weekend at Flights of Foundry April 8, 2022 through April 10, 2022! Join us on April 9, 2022 at 1:00pm Pacific Time for "Small Publishing in a Big Universe", where you will have the opportunity to share and learn about the challenges and successes as a small publisher or independent author in today’s publishing marketplace. Meet our authors in the virtual Dealers area on the Flights of Foundry Discord server. And watch our website and social media accounts for special deals on our books all weekend!

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