Dragon Cloud

On June 30, 2011, in FINALIST, Pre-Teen Literature - Fiction, by Denice Hughes Lewis


By Denice Hughes Lewis

Tazure is a young dragon who must return to Earth to retrieve the ‘Magic Pearl of Nukua’. He doesn’t want to go. His home, Draggonfeld, is safe in a twin dimension far from the human barbarians who tried to eliminate dragons on Earth hundreds of years ago. Tazure is the only one his father can send. And if he doesn’t succeed, the evil Dragonscar will destroy his home.

Everything changes when Tazure crashes through the light-reef and gets lost on Earth. Wounded, he kidnaps Jase,15, and his younger sister, Megan.

Being kidnapped by a dragon makes Jase grow up fast. When Megan insists on helping the dragon, Jase wonders how he will be able to protect her. He has a good arm for baseball and little else, he thinks.

Finding the hidden pearl underwater, fleeing a dangerous wyvern, flying through the light tunnel is nothing compared to the dangers awaiting the trio in Draggonfeld. They become separated and must rely on inner resources they don’t know they have in order to save two worlds and their own lives.

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About the Author — Denice is a graduate of the Institute of Children’s Literature She has studied with award-winning screenwriter and playwright, Cynthia Whitcomb. At Screenwriting U, she has taken numerous online courses from Hal Croasmun, a Hollywood writer/producer, owner of Class 3 Entertainment.

She is a member of the ProSeries Alumni – an active online group of dedicated screenwriters, SCBWI – a society for children’s writers and illustrators, and the High Desert Screenwriters in Bend, Oregon.

She was a finalist in Hal Croasmun’s first Biz of Screenwriting Contest. As a preliminary judge in his second Biz of Screenwriting Contest and a preliminary judge in the 2011 Global eBook Awards, Denice is well-acquainted with the structure, characterization and emotion needed to create exciting screenplays and novels. She welcomes inquiries for consultations.

For more about Denice visit here: www.denicehugheslewis.com

To read or download a 14-page excerpt from Dragon Cloud click here.

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