Free Fiction: Dragons of Wellsdeep – Chapter 16


That is my wish for the world this holiday season: may everyone learn to have patience. With themselves and with others. If we all would slow down just a bit instead of desiring everything now (to be home now, to be at work now, to be at the store now, to eat now, to have *whatever* now, to have success now, instant weight-loss, instant healing, etc., etc., etc.), the world would be a much better place. Quit being in a rush. 

There is no need to rush.

(And if you are, how was that your own fault – take 100% responsibility for it.)

Life responds better when you are calm. 


Dragons of Wellsdeep is an epic science fantasy story filled with action, adventure, space travel, magic, dragons, and flying. Chapter 16 is available for 1 week only! Then it will turn back into a pumpkin and a new chapter will appear! 

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Cover and layout copyright © 2018 by Morning Sky Studios Cover design by Dawn Blair/Morning Sky Studios Cover art copyright © Ingus Kruklitis |, © Digitalstormcinema |, and © Kalcutta |

Dragons of Wellsdeep

Chapter 16

by Dawn Blair

Chapter 16 was available for one week and has now turned back into a pumpkin. If you missed it, click on the links below to find it or another great story to read. There’s also another free story or story excerpt somewhere around my blog – I try to post something new every Wednesday. Hunt the story down, read, and enjoy!


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Dragons of Wellsdeep – copyright © 2018 Dawn Blair Published by Morning Sky Studios Cover and layout copyright © 2018 by Morning Sky Studios Cover design by Dawn Blair/Morning Sky Studios Cover art copyright © Ingus Kruklitis |, © Digitalstormcinema |, and © Kalcutta | This excerpt is licensed for your personal enjoyment only. All rights reserved. This is a work of fiction. All characters and events portrayed in this book are fictional, and any resemblance to real people or incidents is purely coincidental. This book, or parts thereof, may not be reproduced in any form without permission.