Sometimes, heroes are never more dangerous than when they’re dead

Dragonhunters
by
Garon Whited
Genre:
Epic Fantasy
 
You
don’t become a hero for the money. The money’s nice, sure, but you
become a hero because something inside compels you, drives you to it.
Defending people from monsters simply doesn’t pay well enough to make
it a good career move.

 

 


As
for hunting dragons… well, the money is usually good, but the job
really bites.

 

 

A
group of five professional heroes goes into the lair of the dragon.
Who will win?

 

 

Spoiler:
The dragon.

 

 

But
it turns out killing a hero sometimes does nothing more than make him
even more determined.

 

 

Sometimes,
heroes are never more dangerous than when they’re dead!

 

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Garon
Whited was supposedly born in either 1969 or 1970; the original birth
certificate is suspiciously unavailable and other records do not
agree. 

 

After
spending some years in college playing with computers, he finally
joined a radical group of jellyfish herding nomads. Having fought
zombie dolphins, quasi-corporeal spirits, and brain-sucking mole
rats, he is uniquely qualified to write fantastic fiction. His
subsequent attempts at professional salsa repairman and ley line
salesman met with similar success. He claims to live in Texarkana, on
Earth, but people have been known to disagree.


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One Response to “Sometimes, heroes are never more dangerous than when they’re dead”

  1. Janet says:

    Thanks for sharing! -Janet @ Silver Dagger Book Tours

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