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Today I will give a requested review of Fire in the Blood(Last Moon Rising) by Dale Ibitz.




Blurb:  On Eyidora, the gods of nature are at war, and Earth is in chaos. During a home invasion, seventeen-year-old Haley is tumbled to Eydora. Alone, afraid and confused, Haley just wants to go home to Earth…but the gods have other plans.

With her stone of power, Haley must stop the war…but two men stand in her way.

Haley’s forced to make a choice that will decide the fate of all the worlds. But who should she trust, who should she fight, and who is the one with fire in his blood bent on betraying them all?

My Review: I love the concept of the globes or worlds being related and the war between the gods causing the global climate change on all. Haley, a descendant of these gods has been on earth…

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Interviewing fantasy authors can be a slightly daunting task, thanks to their boundless imaginations, but BCL’s very own Elizabeth Wright was definitely up to the challenge. Being a huge fan of  Embers At Galdrilene, and eagerly awaiting the next instalment in the Dragon’s Call series, Elizabeth put US author A.D. Trosper through her paces:


author picElizabeth: From the outset of the book the connection between the dragons and their riders is very intense and emotional. What inspired you to create this relationship?

A.D: This is going to sound corny, but I really didn’t set out to create it. The connection between the dragons and their riders just developed. My writing has a way of taking on a life of its own and I am left to write what I’m told by the voices in my head.

Elizabeth: You’ve mentioned in other interviews that you love animals and have rescued several…

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