Did You Know?
Wyvern Dragons –
- Have hollow bones
- Have several gas bags in their chests helping them to fly
- Have a bilateral hinge on their jaws allowing sideways movement
- Can laugh mentally, and others will hear bells
- Cannot land moving faster than they can run
- Can create fire only because of certain minerals in their diet
Aguiva Dragons –
- Cannot see forward, only to the sides
- Have to perform vertical takeoffs since they have no front legs
- Although considered dragons, have more attributes like birds
- Create plasma due to an inability to process certain chemicals
- Are a direct descendant from the Pterosaurs
A lot of questions have been asked already about the ending of “The Emerald Dragon” and the second book in the Dragomeir Series, “Flight of the Aguiva”. It does my heart good to know that interest in these novels is growing. Thank you so much! At the end of Emerald, a young Aguiva dragon is missing (That’s pronounced Ah-Geeva). The first part of the story involves the disposition of said youngster. You’ll remember him from Emerald as Bullba, dragon to the rider, Analise.
A second Crystal Key is located, new species are discovered and Tanis gets to fly Demi on another planet. We get to learn more about Queen Mother and some of her kids (I didn’t say that out loud). I’ve had so much fun with these books and I hope you do too.
I wanted to reveal more on the impressions with book two; you know, how dragons find their riders and how the system works for everyone. Sometimes things are not what they seem and life gets tough. Tanis learns that the impressions don’t always work the way he thought they were supposed to. Especially with Aguivas. There’s lots of action, with a great deal of fighting and plenty of dragon fire. I’ll keep you posted on when the first few chapters will go online. So stay tuned to see what’s coming next!