Hidden throughout the worlds are magical portals leading to the secret dimension where Mystic’s Carnival is nestled. A self-aware fair that is both carnival and circus combined, and filled with a plethora of supernatural and paranormal beings.
Performers and runaways, Kyra and Sebastian, are away visiting the human realm when they find themselves at odds. Stay hidden, or interfere with a human’s destiny?
Saving a life doesn’t go unpunished.
Kyra thinks saving Marcus’s life is easy – slick as dragon snot – and a one-time deal. The resulting bond tying her to him and enslaving her as protector is unexpected.
She didn’t expect one good deed to turn into an endless chain of good deeds. Or to complicate the relationship with her best friend, Sebastian. And she especially didn’t expect it to place her life on the line.
Kyra’s dragon must keep Marcus alive and salvage her relationship with Sebastian without losing herself or dying.
Love is stronger than fear…or is it?
The last thing Sara remembers is a conflicted night out with her boyfriend, Matt, and laying out under the dark night’s sky. How she came to be seated among the crowd under the Big Top is a mystery. When and how did she get there? She doesn’t wait to find out. Whether it’s due to basic fear or the scary, hideous clowns, Sara and Matt run. Run beyond the tent walls into the deep, dark alleys of the carnival. What they find along their mad dash to the parking lot will have them redefining their idea of fun zones, thrill rides, and date nights. Fear is an eat-you-alive monster. Refusing to be defined by that monster, they will confront those fears. What they find?
Perceptions can be excruciatingly misleading…and some monsters have hidden claws.
A Reaper with a mission.
Sebastian is finished following commands. Higher powers be damned. He has his own agenda – find Kyra and help restore her memory.
At first his plan goes better than expected. But as life starts looking up for the would-be Reaper, his metaphorical sickle becomes caught in a web of complications.
Things are never smooth for Sebastian and Kyra.
Best-laid plans sometimes rest in peace.
A detour?unexpected and unwelcome?delivers Sebastian into the depths of an grave situation. Misfortune and misunderstanding are the cards dealt to him. And events fail to flip in his favor.
Creatures from hell all want a piece of the young Reaper. If Sebastian ends up dead, that’s okay. For he has a more grievous beast to worry about. To save the woman he loves, Sebastian will venture into the heart of an all-powerful fire demon.
Sebastian must find a missing dragon and the key to Kyra’s memory without being devoured by sinister beasts or?even worse?consumed by his own inner demons.
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About the Author:Debra Kristi found it rather dull always staying tethered to reality. She decided to let whimsy get the best of her, and with the help of her muse she began bringing magical stories to life in 2010. It’s been nothing but write, write, write and type, type, type ever since. Born and raised a Southern California girl, she still resides in the sunny state with her husband, two kids, and three schizophrenic cats. A lover of fanciful stories at a young age, she hadn't realized the writer bug infected her until much later in life. As a result, her stories pull from a rich history of experiences.
When not busy drumming away at the keyboard or chatting it up on social media, Debra is hanging out creating priceless memories with her family, geeking out to science fiction or fantasy television, and tossing around movie quotes.
Find the author:Hello everyone! I’m thrilled to be here today, and to talk to you about the creation of the main characters from my latest series. The Moorigad Dragon wasn’t something I went into thinking, “Hey! I want to write about dragons.” My first love of writing is young adult, and to date I haven’t written any dragons in any of those stories. Of course, that doesn’t mean I won’t. Never say never.The Birth of My Main Characters by Debra Kristi
The Moorigad Dragon and Reap Not the Dragon grew out of a suggestion. A fellow author reached out to me to write short stories and novellas in a shared world. Our stories would be separate, but with a few cross-over characters and a common location―Mystic’s Carnival. The idea was intriguing and I don’t have to tell you what I did. You have the stories. But I can’t say I jumped on the chance. It was outside of what I was writing, YA fantasy, and shorter. Honestly, I wasn’t sure I could confine myself to so few words. I have a tendency to get complicated in my storylines.
I sat on the invitation, let the idea simmer, and it didn’t take long for my story to start weaving its way through my thought process. My co-author said supernatural carnival so I started thinking of all the performers and how I could twist them to my liking. In a flash of fiery red light, I knew. I was going to play with the fire eater/breather, and she would be a dragon. Everything else fell into place after that.
As for Sebastian, my blog has been featuring a lot of interesting things on something we call Immortal Monday. Through some of my research for those posts I pieced together Sebastian’s heritage, and that was a lot of fun.
Almost as fun as being here. You are so awesome for having me here. It’s been such a pleasure and the support is so amazing! Writing these books was so great and it just wouldn’t be the same without you. Thank you, thank you to the readers and fans, because you are the most important part of being a writer.