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Dragon Astronomer
Guardians of Galasi
by Priscilla Cook
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Overview


They will not see the dust of the enemy charging across the land or hear the soldiers’ battle cry with the asymmetrical four-beat gait of their horses' hooves emerging from the forests, nor see an armada on the horizon. The only warning will be a sign in the cosmos.

So begins the story of Goddess Asherah’s Prophecy and Her Guardian Dragons of Galasi.

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Description


The Guardian Dragons of Galasi depend on their master astronomer, High Prince Jonathan, heir to the High King, to save Galasi and her sister planet, Earth.

The Prophecy tells many critical things. The most important is the three signs to find in the vast cosmos. The first sign warns that time is running out; between the second and third signs, their enemies will attack to create chaos, and the third sign signals the genesis of the finale.

Even though it is told in the Prophecy that there will be three warning signs in the cosmos, the descriptions are lacking, and there is no indication of where in the universe to look. High Prince Jonathan will be responsible for locating where the astronomers need to search the heavens and providing clear and obvious descriptions.

The Prophecy also tells the Guardians that it is possible to destroy their enemies. And although all Guardian Dragons have magic, it will be the magic of the triplet High Princes, with their fated Earth mates and an unknown that destroys the demigod and his minion-demon partner.

By the way, the High Princes don’t know where to look for their mates.

Grab your copy of Book 1 of the trilogy today and embark on an exhilarating journey and adventure.


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About the author


I’ve lived on the east coast, on the west coast, in the high desert of Mojave, in the southwest desert of Arizona, a couple of years in Germany, and the last few decades in Texas. Although only twenty, I was already working on my “bucket list.” I wanted to try everything. Some of these are/were: a scientist (so many areas to choose from), an accountant (ugh. Try that for six months, then moved on.), an astronaut, having children and being a good mother (wanted 6 but God gave me 1), a computer programmer (called coder now. Was fun but followed the itch to try something else), and software developer, a racecar driver (I did do a 1/4 mile race and if the rear hadn’t dropped, I would have won), a mountain climber (dang, while in Germany I discovered vertigo and heights were not compatible with mountain climbing - crossed that off the list, too), and more. Whenever I heard of something interesting to do or learn, it was added to the list. This list was created purely for the love of learning, and there was an entire world of things to explore.

However, it only took a couple of years to realize that the list would not include everything. I realized many things did not belong on my To Do list. Even so, I would need many lifetimes to scratch off a small percentage of the (still) growing list.

I spent several years teaching computer applications and network computing. I finished my working career as tech support in the IT department before and after Caterpillar bought the Texas heavy equipment company where I worked.

No, I’ve not done everything on my bucket list - yet. However, telling stories is nothing new, but I have never published them. Since writing and publishing my stories were on the list, now is the time to achieve that goal.

Maybe, in the next three lifetimes, I’ll add space explorer, spacecraft Captain, entrepreneur, owner, CEO, and COO of Z-Stworf, a planet the size of Earth’s Moon, a few lightyears outside the Milky Way Galaxy and the entrepot between the Milky Way Galaxy and beyond.

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Book details

Genre:FICTION

Subgenre:Fantasy / Paranormal

Language:English

Series title:Asherah's Prophecy

Series Number:1

Pages:300

eBook ISBN:9781667890418

Paperback ISBN:9781667890401


Overview


They will not see the dust of the enemy charging across the land or hear the soldiers’ battle cry with the asymmetrical four-beat gait of their horses' hooves emerging from the forests, nor see an armada on the horizon. The only warning will be a sign in the cosmos.

So begins the story of Goddess Asherah’s Prophecy and Her Guardian Dragons of Galasi.

Read more

Description


The Guardian Dragons of Galasi depend on their master astronomer, High Prince Jonathan, heir to the High King, to save Galasi and her sister planet, Earth.

The Prophecy tells many critical things. The most important is the three signs to find in the vast cosmos. The first sign warns that time is running out; between the second and third signs, their enemies will attack to create chaos, and the third sign signals the genesis of the finale.

Even though it is told in the Prophecy that there will be three warning signs in the cosmos, the descriptions are lacking, and there is no indication of where in the universe to look. High Prince Jonathan will be responsible for locating where the astronomers need to search the heavens and providing clear and obvious descriptions.

The Prophecy also tells the Guardians that it is possible to destroy their enemies. And although all Guardian Dragons have magic, it will be the magic of the triplet High Princes, with their fated Earth mates and an unknown that destroys the demigod and his minion-demon partner.

By the way, the High Princes don’t know where to look for their mates.

Grab your copy of Book 1 of the trilogy today and embark on an exhilarating journey and adventure.


Read more

About the author


I’ve lived on the east coast, on the west coast, in the high desert of Mojave, in the southwest desert of Arizona, a couple of years in Germany, and the last few decades in Texas. Although only twenty, I was already working on my “bucket list.” I wanted to try everything. Some of these are/were: a scientist (so many areas to choose from), an accountant (ugh. Try that for six months, then moved on.), an astronaut, having children and being a good mother (wanted 6 but God gave me 1), a computer programmer (called coder now. Was fun but followed the itch to try something else), and software developer, a racecar driver (I did do a 1/4 mile race and if the rear hadn’t dropped, I would have won), a mountain climber (dang, while in Germany I discovered vertigo and heights were not compatible with mountain climbing - crossed that off the list, too), and more. Whenever I heard of something interesting to do or learn, it was added to the list. This list was created purely for the love of learning, and there was an entire world of things to explore.

However, it only took a couple of years to realize that the list would not include everything. I realized many things did not belong on my To Do list. Even so, I would need many lifetimes to scratch off a small percentage of the (still) growing list.

I spent several years teaching computer applications and network computing. I finished my working career as tech support in the IT department before and after Caterpillar bought the Texas heavy equipment company where I worked.

No, I’ve not done everything on my bucket list - yet. However, telling stories is nothing new, but I have never published them. Since writing and publishing my stories were on the list, now is the time to achieve that goal.

Maybe, in the next three lifetimes, I’ll add space explorer, spacecraft Captain, entrepreneur, owner, CEO, and COO of Z-Stworf, a planet the size of Earth’s Moon, a few lightyears outside the Milky Way Galaxy and the entrepot between the Milky Way Galaxy and beyond.

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