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Posted November 24, 2014
The Dragon's nest: about
About: WaterTribe camp and territory <p> Location: <br> On an island in the center of a lake. <p> Meeting camp: <br> At the center of the island, a river flows through. Trees with vines strung around them keeps the place well hidden, and comfortable. SoaringRains perch on the trees, SoaringRivers in the water, SoaringSeas wherever (preferably land), all around a large rock. <p> Nursery: <br> A vine bag, half submerged in water, is where dragonets and eggs stay. When SoaringRains hatch, they climb above the water. When SoaringRivers hatch, they swim to the bottom of the sack. When SoaringSeas hatch, they drift. <p> Food pile: <br> A wrecked boat turned upside down with a hole in it is what they use as food storage. It is right next to the river. <p> SoaringRain camp: <br> The SoaringRains are suprisingly light and love the trees, so they stay in the vine canopy above camp, their drip-dropping wings keeping everything a comfortable dampness (WaterTribe dragons need it to be wet to reproduce and grow). <p> SoaringSea camp: <br> Right on the edge of the island, the SoaringSeas love being warm but also wet, so they sunbask on warm, wet rocks. They come here so often and even bring their food here, it became their camp. <p> SoaringRiver camp: <br> In a cold, dark, underwater cave is where the SoaringRiver dwell. They only leave this area if their kingdom needs them or for a meeting. <p> Hunting grounds: <br> The lake and the forest around is where the WaterTribe dragons hunt. <p> Territory: <br> They own a section of forest with a lake at the center, marked by a circle of rivers going all the way around.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted March 24, 2013
Posted October 16, 2010
SOARING HOME FLIES HIGH!
Small-town girl Darcy Shea has big-time dreams, aspiring to be the first woman to fly across the Atlantic Ocean. Problem is, Darcy doesn't know how to fly, nor does she have a plane. She's permanently grounded in Pearlman, Michigan, where in 1918, women do not yet even have the right to vote. A woman's place is in the home, not the skies. Even her own father, who loves Darcy dearly, refuses to consider such nonsense as women aviators, much less have his own daughter the one at the controls. Yet Darcy's dreams refused to be grounded, and when test pilot Jack Hunter crash-lands in Pearlman, she can hardly contain her excitement. A plane and a pilot in practically her own backyard? Surely God has answered all her prayers! But Darcy's pleas to teach her to fly result in a resounding NO from Jack. When it comes to women and the way things should be, seems Mr. Hunter is just as backward in his thinking as Darcy's father. But Darcy's got spunk and a dream that won't die, and soon she's convinced Jack to take her up in his plane.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
SOARING HOME is the story of a strong spirited young woman who's determined to follow her dream, and a man with a stubborn streak wide as the plume of the plane he flies. When Darcy and Jack team up to ready the plane for a transatlantic flight, it's to finally discover exactly what family, friends, faith -and LOVE- really mean.
Christine Johnson is a gifted author with a unique voice that will appeal to readers of inspirational and historical fiction. Her debut novel SOARING HOME is filled with a spirituality that sings across the pages as we join Darcy on her journey of a lifetime. Will Darcy's father allow her to fly? Will Jack make peace with his family and his past? Will Darcy and Jack find happiness in the skies and in each other's arms? Bravo, Ms. Johnson, for doing such an excellent job in hooking the reader right from the start and keeping us turning the pages in search of that happily-ever-after each of us craves.
Posted November 11, 2010
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