We are all travelers in the desert of life and the best we can find in our journey is an honest friend. Robert Louis Stevenson

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Nicole DragonBeck
Nicole DragonBeck
  • Books: 4
  • Profession: Dragon Rider
  • Born: 29 July
  • Member Since: Feb 2019
  • Profile Views: 925
  • Followers: 1
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    Fantasy
BIOGRAPHY

Nicole DragonBeck was born in California one snowy summer long ago, the illegitimate offspring of an elf and a troll. At a young age her powers exploded and she was banished to the wilderness of South Africa because her spells kept going inexplicably awry. There she was raised by a tribe of pygmy Dragons and had tremendous adventures, including defeating a terrible Fire-Demon that had been tormenting a sect of Dwarf priests. In gratitude they taught her the arcane magic of writing and the rest is horribly misinterpreted history. She reads as much as she writes, is obsessed with dragons and Italians, enjoys cooking, listening to music and can often be heard fiddling on a keyboard or guitar.

  • Nicole DragonBeck

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First Magyc (Guardians of the Path Book 1)

Publish Date: Aug 17, 2018

Genre: Fantasy

avg rating4.3 - 27 reviews on Amazon

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Nicole DragonBeck's Books

First Magyc (Guardians of the Path Book 1)

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Publication Date: Aug 17, 2018

Fantasy

4.3 (27 ratings)

Ria's Mark (Guardians of the Path Book 2)

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Publication Date: Aug 17, 2018

Fantasy

4.8 (6 ratings)

Wasteland (Guardians of the Path Book 5)

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Publication Date: Dec 02, 2018

Fantasy

5 (1 ratings)

Beyond the Cosmos: (Short Stories) (by the Ink Slingers Guild Book 7)

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Publication Date: Dec 21, 2018

Fantasy

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    • allauthor 4 monthsAllauthor
    • If you could choose three people to invite for a dinner party, who would they be and why?
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      • dragonbeck 4 months AuthorAuthor
      • I would invite Leonardo Da Vinci, J. R. R. Tolkien, and Nikola Tesla (I believe he wasn't much of a social butterfly, so I might invite Benjamin Franklin in his place).

        If we're talking still currently living, I'd say Joel Salatin, Neil Gaiman, and a guest (that very few would recognize or know of) whose name I'll just keep to myself.
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      • dragonbeck 4 months AuthorAuthor
      • My Guardians of the Path series is going to be 10 books, and I have a follow-up series (called Legend of the Builders) set in the same world, an origins series masterfully titled "Origins", several stand-alone novels, and the grand finale (working title Death's Epic), so if I can get all of that penned before I die, I would be very happy.
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      • dragonbeck 4 months AuthorAuthor
      • I write epic fantasy tales, so The Lord of the Rings, Earthsea, Eragon and the Inheritance Cycle, The Sword of Shannara, The Sword of Truth (pretty much anything with a sword in it), the Belgariad, and others like these.
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