The Drake’s keep a secret. On the surface they are another suburban California family - mom, dad, teenage daughter, ten year old son, and crusty grandfather - but they are far more than the nice neighbors who live in the big house at the end of the street.
They’re dragon hunters.
The Drake’s are members of an ancient order that for countless centuries has kept the world protected from sinister, malevolent, fire-breathers dragons. And from the terrifying realization that dragons actually exist.
But one of them has other secrets all his own. Pepper Drake, the grandfather and patriarch, has hid from his family the true purpose of their order, and a dangerous mistake he made decades ago.
The Drake’s world is shattered when Pepper discovers someone knows his past mistake, and could use it to unleash catastrophe and calamity on the world.
The race is on, as the Drake’s dash around the globe to identify this new and ominous threat, all while battling a dazzling array of fantastic dragons.
The highly anticipated sequel to The Dragon King -- COMING SOON!
Jack is struggling with his grandfather’s recent Alzheimer’s diagnosis and the void created in his life as the man he believed indestructible slowly fades away.
Christopher is a bright, but shy eight-year-old trapped in a shell of self-doubt created by the repeated disappointments of his absentee father’s broken promises.
Paired together for a weekend father/son campout, they form an unexpected relationship that brings healing, confidence, and hope.
The Table Maker is a little book full of big ideas about finding purpose and meaning in our work, brought to life in stunning watercolor.
Does the work you're doing bring you life, or do you feel needlessly busy and bored?
Does the work you're doing have a positive impact on others?
Is there work you wish to do, but feel it's beyond your reach?
Do you have a head full of big ideas, but just can't seem to find a way to being?
Do you believe you were meant for something more?
If one or more of those questions resonate with you, I think you'll be encouraged by The Table Maker. Readers are finding purpose, focus, encouragement, and hope in the story. I hope you will, too.