Interviews with dragons

I met my first dragonoligst  on the beautiful Greek island of Mykonos. He drew dragons in the sand explaining their habits, likes, fears and desires.I decided that dragons were for me. I have been  studying these crafty  creatures for years and I’m going to put all my knowledge into a book called   A totally unreliable History of Dragons, Past and Present. I mean past and present dragons. Dragons that are definitely deceased and dragons that are possibly not here any more ( gone to meet their maker, chase flaming pearls in the sky?) and dragons that might be lurking somewhere, ready to emerge and catch the reader by surprise. Dragons are surprising, unpredictable and chaotic. My first interview will be with a Chinese dragon on Friday May 5th. Watch out! Send a question to the dragon…

Miranda Twist

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