Savage begins the Dragonrider Legacy series, a thrilling companion to the international bestselling Dragonrider Chronicles.
Never send a hero to do a monster’s job.
Forty years have passed since Jaevid Broadfeather brought peace to Maldobar and Luntharda. But that fragile truce will be tested as darkness gathers on the horizon. The vicious armies of the Tibran Empire have crossed the far seas and are threatening to destroy Maldobar completely. Not even the dragonriders can match the Tibran war machines. And after an attempt to awaken Jaevid from his divine sleep fails, the fate of Maldobar is looking grim.
Reigh has never known what it means to be a normal human. Raised amongst the gray elves in the wild jungle of Luntharda, he’s tried everything to fit in. But the dark power within him is bursting at the seams—refusing to be silenced. And while his adoptive father, Kiran, insists this power must be kept secret, Reigh knows he’s running out of time.
As Maldobar burns, the world is desperate for a new hero. Destiny has called, and one boy will rise to answer.
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Nicole is the author of the children’s fantasy series, THE DRAGONRIDER CHRONICLES, about a young boy’s journey into manhood as he trains to become a dragonrider. She has completed the first two books in the series, and is now working on the third and final book.
Originally from a small town in North Alabama, Nicole moves frequently due to her husband’s career as a pilot for the United States Air Force. She received a B.A. in English with a concentration in Classics from Auburn University, and will soon attend graduate school.
She has previously worked as a freelance and graphic artist for promotional companies, but has now embraced writing as a full-time occupation.
Nicole enjoys hiking, camping, shopping, cooking, and spending time with her family and friends. She also loves watching children’s movies and collecting books. She lives at home with her husband, two cats, and dog.
Because we’ve been living in South Korea for the past year and a half, my workspace is really cluttered and cramped. I’ve tried to make it feel cozy, but I’m running out of places to hang stuff. It also has concrete walls (L) so I can’t hang any pictures that can’t be stuck up with tape or command strips. Super bummer!! It’s still nice to have a place that’s my own, though, and that I can adorn in my shameless fangirl obsessions! Not pictured are all the Harry Potter and Sherlock posters and my … extensive collection of Pokemon plushies.
Anyway, as you can see, I’m a bit of a fandom hoarder. When we moved here, I was forced to leave the majority of my things in the states because there was only so much poundage we could ship here. So this is my little corner of paradise, filled with my favourite things. My husband says it’s like “Nerdy Where’s Waldo” because there’s just … so much stuff. Haha!
Most of the things I have here came from Japan since we have been there several times. I love Ghibli, and always make it a point to visit a Ghibli store while we are there. My favourite thing of all isn’t even in this picture. Normally I would hang it behind my desk but, alas, concrete walls. It’s a beautiful watercolor painting of Howl’s Moving Castle!
Whenever we move, which is a LOT, I always pack my office myself. I pack everything in bubble wrap and wrap each book individually. This is because my first experience resulted in the crushing of many dust jackets and broken figurines that I got when I was a teenager. Much heartbreak. So, in the interest of not repeating that experience, I pack them all myself!
- Kindle Fire + Drawing Dragons book + signed art from the author