Dragons rock coffee’s ass. Seriously. No, really, hear me out. I’m embarking on a blog tour with the fabulous Goddess Fish Productions. So this is important. The reason being for the duration of the tour YOU can purchase my novel on Amazon for 0.99. You can’t get coffee that cheap. True story.
I don’t mark my book down very often, I think that this is the third time since it was released in February. You put something on sale too often and the whole “sale” thing loses its mojo. That said, it’s on sale this whole week! And it’s sooooooo better than a cup of coffee!!!
1.) Flaming dragon breath- gives everything that longed for grilled taste. Not mention, so handy on chilly evenings,
2.) Coffee gives you bad breath! According to my fellow author, Wendy Spinale, one does not need a mint after spending time with a dragon. The same cannot be said about our clever little java cups of “joy.”
3.) You always hear it, coffee makes you jittery.
4.) Okay, dragons may make you jittery, too. Fair enough. But not MY DRAGONS. They are the champions of mankind. In this book that’s all you know… but in books two and three we see WHY dragons champion mankind… could we be… related? I know… one’s a mammal, one’s a lizard, but we’re talking about more than meets the eye. Never judge a hero by their cover.
5.) Kids love Dragons. Hello? Did no one listen to Puff The Magic Dragon?
6.) Coffee involves child labor. Fairly certain that’s illegal in the land of Honnah Lee
That’s… icky. And I’m NOT making light of child labor- not EVER. I am just saying though. Dragons are better. No child labor. Promise.
7.) Dragons are shiny. Shiny is better. Ohh, squirrel!
8.) Now, coffee? Coffee is not shiny.
9.) You never need to “grind” a dragon. In fact, I strenuously advocate against it. That said, you do need to grind coffee. So much work.
10.) Everyone is trying to go green. Coffee is not green. Daisy from The Dragon in The Garden IS green. Soooo eco-friendly! See picture for proof.
Note- GREEN Dragon.
Mic drop. BOOM!
Please check out The Dragon in The Garden
Sooooo… that happened.
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