Do You Have a Dragon?

St. George slaying the dragon, as in Jacobus de Voragine's Golden Legend.I’ve introduced you to Stenhjaert, the dragon that lives on top of Deception Peak, keeping watch over the mountain, guarding the frozen crystal that would seal the portal were men to find it. Stenhjaert is the keeper of a world nonchalantly titled the Realm by Ian’s father. Stenhjaert is only one of many, many dragons who have a tale to tell.

Consider Smaug. The wicked dragon that captured the Dwarf-kingdom of the Lonely Mountain in Tolkein’s Hobbit.

There are many unnamed dragons slain by famous men in literature-gallant and brave souls such as Beowulf, King Arthur, and St. George.

Men seemed to have mastered dragons to a degree. Today dragons such as Puff, and Toothless are tamed and find themselves in children’s tales.

Do you have a dragon?

I’m looking for dragons for my next Amazing Stories Magazine Blog post. Leave a comment here if your dragon has a unique personality along with a way to contact you. I would love to share a tidbit about him, or her in my next story. Thanks!

About Dianne Gardner

With a passion for wholesome and entertaining stories, Dianne Lynn Gardner dives into fantasy novels both adult and young adult. She is both a best selling author and an award winning illustrator who lives in the Pacific Northwest, USA. Mother of seven and grandmother of 16, Dianne wants to make sure that books which ignite imaginations, strengthen friendships, spur courage and applaud honor are available to every reader in the world.
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7 Responses to Do You Have a Dragon?

  1. djinnia says:

    mine aren’t true dragons. they are shifters i created for the Reuts Publications short story contest. you can find the story here:

  2. SheilaDeeth says:

    I have no dragons, only dreams of dragons, wings to fly on warm breath of the night while angel eyes see deeper than the dragon dream of me.

    You inspired me to tweet my dragon 🙂

  3. Gaelicark says:

    A story about the mother of dragons would be fantastic!

  4. We need a girl dragon – I don’t believe I’ve heard a tale precisely about a girl dragon.

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