El Dorado


The year is 1888, in a world where dragons yet live. Although they were hunted to extinction in Europe and Africa during the Dark Ages, they have flourished in the jungles of South America. They are gods to the mighty Mayan and Incan civilizations, kingdoms never conquered by invaders, still as powerful as they were when Christopher Columbus arrived in the New World.

And just as wealthy.

It is a wealth that lures cowboys and treasure hunters south in search of fame and fortune. And more often than not, they learn that the fire of a dragon burns hotter than gold fever ever could…

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  1. Well, since I am the author and it seems to be common practice I want to take the time to thank a couple of people.

    Here we go.

    I want to thank my writing group who gave me ample feedback on the story, especially Brian who kept us all meeting on a regular basis and Bret who suffered through my very first draft and gave me valuable feedback that resulted in a better (and much shorter story). Thanks guys!

    I also want to thank my editor Cate Gary. She is as smart, witty and pretty as she is gifted with words and it is thanks to her that you will be able to truly enjoy the story (before her edit, the experience would probably have been much more masochistic).

    Last not least, thanks to all my test readers, the past and future ones. Your feedback is really appreciated.


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