Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Dragon Fire: Prologue

On a demolished street in London, a father stood holding his newborn daughter, tears welling in his eyes. How very like her mother the tiny girl looked… he heard sirens in the distance. A cardinal flew past. If birds could feel human situations, this one looked sympathetic. He looked back down at his tiny daughter. “Little Sonia,” he whispered, and made a silent vow to keep his daughter to away from all this-away from them. A police officer came running up, followed by several surgeons. He sighed. He could present no evidence against them. “Protect Sonia…” he managed to gasp out before the true shock of what he had just witnessed came over him, and he collapsed. And that is why, 9 years later, Sonia Wellington opened her eyes in the London Street Orphanage…


  1. Wow. I am going to be watching like a hawk for the next installment!

  2. I know-it's a very dramatic prologue. The chapters are two pages long on power point. They're my longest yet. By the way, funny you should mention being like a hawk...

  3. This is a very belated comment... But I absolutely LOVE this prologue! Seriously, this is one of the best prologues I have read in a very long time. Beautifully written, and it totally sucked me into the story. I am loving the chapters that have followed and can't wait to see what happens in the future!