A tyrant. A curse. The realm’s true king… isn’t human. Six-year-old Simon is heir to the Morgenwraithe throne. Or at least he was, until his deranged mother murdered his father and placed an unbelievable curse on the young boy. Trapped inside the body of a dragon, Simon must flee the castle and try to survive in a kingdom where the scaly beasts have been hunted to near extinction. When the boy-turned-dragon learns he can take human form once a month, he begins making allies. As the years go by and a vicious lord takes control of the kingdom, Simon has one chance to break the curse and save the realm… but at what cost?My Name Is Simon is the first book in the I, Dragon series, a set of captivating fantasy novels. If you like fast-moving plots, suspenseful sword and sorcery tales, and dragons galore, then you’ll love Nathan Roden’s fantasy with finesse. Buy My Name Is Simon to experience the grown-up fairy tale today! Contains a sneak peek of RebellionI, Dragon Book 2
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Nathan Roden is the author of two fantasy series. I, Dragon tells the medieval story of a Beast who meets a Beauty in a land that is no fairy tale. Three books are available now: My Name is Simon, Rebellion, and Thrones Under Fire. The series will contain four books total, with book 4 coming early in 2018. Book 4 is titled Death of a King.The Wylie Westerhouse series features ghostly tales full of colorful characters. These books are sprinkled with humor and a touch of romance.The first three books are available now: Ghosts on Tour, The Dark Stage, and The Lightning’s Kiss.Nathan’s blog is found at www.nathanroden.com. Simon’s Voyage, a novelette in the I, Dragon world is free to newsletter subscribers along with two short stories in the World of Wylie Westerhouse. Nathan would love to hear from you.Nathan lives in South Central Texas with his wife and two in-and-out sons, where he works a day job that he doesn’t like to talk about. Nathan is both mature and immature, and sarcastic, and sometimes finds humor in strange places. The Roden family includes more dogs and cats than is necessary, including Toby the Westie.