Dragon Hoard

M. C. Tuggle gave me a glowing review on Dragon Hoard, and I’m tickled pink about it. I’m re-posting here for those of you who haven’t yet outgrown fairy tales and might want to give it a look.

M.C. Tuggle, Writer

Dragon Hoard

Cathleen Townsend’s Dragon Hoard and Other Tales of Faerie offers the reader the variety of adventures one expects from a well-edited short story collection, but manages to do so while also organizing the book around off-beat and entertaining twists on fairy tales and folklore. The appearance of characters from outside the standard slate of characters adds even greater variety and interest to the mix.

There’s also some refreshing variety in how Townsend tweaks these old tales, with fresh treatments of character, setting, and time. In some cases, such as the title story, “Dragon Hoard,” the faerie character is an old school dragon doing what dragons do, only in a modern setting. Bored with sitting on a vast treasure, the dragon consults a stock broker with the intent of leveraging his fortune into political power. (I wondered if the recent election may have inspired this delightfully wicked tale, but it was…

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Avid writer and reader, especially of fantasy. Learning about social networking and always interested in honing my writing skills. Contact me at cathleentownsend.com.

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6 comments on “Dragon Hoard
  1. Awesome! Sharing… 🙂 xo

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  2. Congratulations on that wonderful review. I love getting those. I bet it made your day!

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  3. That’s lovely! 🙂

    Like

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