The second book in Deborah Cooke’s YA The Dragon Diaries series is Winging It, which is scheduled to be released on December 6, 2011.
About the Series:
The Dragon Diaries is a trilogy focussed on the story of Zoë coming of age as the Wyvern. Along the way, we’ll find out the resolution to Sophie and Nikolas’ story. So, it will be linked to the existing Dragonfire books, but this new trilogy will stand on its own.
One lucky commenter will have a chance to win a copy of Winging It. Details are listed at the end of the post.
Deborah Cooke has always been fascinated with dragons, although she has never understood why they have to be the bad guys. She has an honours degree in history, with a focus on medieval studies. She is an avid reader of medieval vernacular literature, fairy tales and fantasy novels, and has written over forty romance novels and novellas.
Deborah makes her home in Canada with her husband. When she isn’t writing, she can be found knitting, sewing or hunting for vintage patterns.
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This giveaway is provided by Dark Faerie Tales
One winner will receive a copy of Winging It by Deborah Cooke
Available on December 6, 2011 from Penguin/NAL Trade
About the Book:
Zoë Sorensson yearns to come into her powers as the only female dragon shifter. But being part of two worlds is more complicated than she expected. It’s bad enough that she’s the target of the Mages’ plan to eliminate all shifters—she also has to hide her true nature from her best friend Megan, a human. For her sixteenth birthday, all Zoë wants is one normal day, including a tattoo and a chance to see hot rocker Jared.
Instead, the Pyr throw her a birthday party but ban Megan from attendance, putting Zoë in a tight spot. Things get even worse when Zoe is invited to the popular kids’ Halloween party and Megan’s left out. Zoë knows the party is a trap laid by the host, an apprentice Mage. When Megan gets a last-minute invite, Zoë must save the day—and her best friend—without revealing her fire-breathing secrets . . .
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