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Top 10 fantasy books

Here are some of my favorite fantasy books. Naturally, as soon as I made this list I wanted to change it, since there are just so many books worth reading. So it’s not exactly a final list, I will probably edit it in the future.

I also added a few words on each book. It’s not exactly a review, just some things I thought were note worthy.

10. Eragon / Paolini – The squeals are actually better, so don’t bother with just the first.

9. Eyes of the Dragon / King – Horror writer, fantasy book. It works.

8. Peter Pan / Barrie – Don’t be fooled by Disney, the original is not entirely naive.

7. Lord of the Rings / Tolkien – If you never heard of it, well, what can I say?

6. Narnia / Lewis – Some are better, some not so much.

5. The  Hobbit / Tolkien – If you are new to Tolkien, this is a good place to start.

4. The Death Gate Cycle / Weis & Hickman – The most elaborate and intricate world system I read.

3. Harry Potter / Rowling – What can I say? I’m a sucker for a good wizard story.

2. Dragonlance Chronicles / Weis & Hickman – In my opinion, any book with dragons is better. And this has plenty of them.

1. Amber / Zelazny – This is actually one of my main inspirations to becoming a writer. I know many people like books 1 – 5, but I actually prefer books 6 – 8.

Of course, I want to put my own book on the list, but I’m afraid I might be a little biased about it. So here it is, unnumbered:

Dragonlords / Moshkovitz – Only the first one was written so far, even though I have a very rough outline for 5 of them. Time will tell.

Hope you find something worth reading 🙂


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Self Promotion

I hate the whole marketing thing.

The idea of me running around and shouting “This is the best dragon book ever!” makes me sick.

But,  if I don’t do it, who will?

So, here is what I CAN say while still keeping my launch down and maintaining my integrity:

I wrote this book the way I think a book should be written. And when I read it (which I did, several times) I enjoyed it.  I like the structure, I like the protagonist, I like the little jokes, and, of course, I like the dragons (more on them will be in the sequel, if I ever finish writing it). There are a few things that could be better, but hey, nobody’s perfect, right?

And of course, this post wouldn’t be complete without the link, so here it is again:


Have a good one,


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Dragonlords: Earth Invasion is Live!

I published my first book! Woohoo!

 Look here  to see it 🙂

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Today I registered for copyright on ‘Dragonlords: Earth Invasion’ 🙂

In case you were wondering how to do it, or if you should do it at all, the information  is on this website:


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