Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Dragonlight by Donita K. Paul

Hello Dear Readers! 

What a WONDERFUL book! I *love* dragons to start with, and wouldn't mind writing about them one day, if I ever got that good. I am thrilled to read about Amara, and its fascinating characters. I wound up reading most of this book, and then stopping. Why? Because I *REALLY* want the first 4 books so I can read them first! I hate to read the ending before I read all the beginnings! The mysteries in this book are enthralling, and I am working to save up some funds so I can buy the first 4 books! I think I am a wee bit jealous of the folks who got to read the first 4 already! (WOW!) Those little black mean dragons really have me wondering, and the doneel child....I don't think she is at all what she seems! But if I find out, I am not telling! Go get this series! I am going to find a way to do so! 

Carol :) 

Featured book, DragonLight   http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/1400073782 .
Featured author,
Donita Paul.
Web site –
http://www.donitakpaul.com/
Blog
http://www.donitakpaul.com/author/blog.html 

*Participants’ Links:
(Just for fun I marked the five who also participated in CSFF’s first book tour, 

2 comments:

nissa_amas_katoj said...

I liked Toopka (the doneel child) too! Good luck in getting the rest of the books, I'm trying to save up for them too.

Nissa
http://linalamont.blogspot.com

Donita K. Paul said...

Thank you so much for participating in the blog tour and for your enthusastic comments. Now I am going to suggest something that amounts to heresy in some circles. Go get the books from the library. If your library doesn't carry them, fill out that little paper and request them.
I like to own books too. Especially ones that are really, really good. My groaning bookcases will testify to that. But if all the libraries across the country had one copy of my books, I could build that heated swimming pool in the backyard!! LOL
I would suggest to everyone to take a list of your favorite Christian books, whether you have them on your shelves or not, and request them at the library. Not inter-library loan, but a request fo rthe library to carry them. You would be doing Christian authors a humungous favor. I like the word humungous and I can't use it in manuscripts, so here it is. A HUMUNGOUS favor to the authors you like.