Enter the Empire of the Dragon Gods...


A priestess, a dragon god -- and a lie that threatens to destroy them all.

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    "A new-to-me author releases her first debut novella, and it's pretty damned good! A fairly short read, but it had me hooked all the way to the end.

    Enough to make me want to read book one? Absolutely! The characters were solid, the world-building and magic system intriguing, and the story flowed very well."

    Andy Peloquin

    Author of the Heart of Darkness Series

    Hi I'm Paris,
    your new 98% Sane author friend

    Paris Hansch (Homo sapiens) is a fantasy fanatic, biologist and avid reader, native to Australia. Common behaviour includes living in her own nerdy world of sword and sorcery, playing D&D and writing kickass women in fiction.

    Armed with her motto of, 'No More Damsels In Distress', she battles to see a world where everyone can stand as equals, have the freedom to be exactly who they are and portray real female characters we can show our daughters and say, 'be like her'.

    Will you join her on this journey?

    Empire of the dragon gods:
    prequel novella

    Celia is about to break her vow.

    As the head priestess of the most powerful dragon temple in the empire — Celia is a shining example of knowledge, purity, and unquestioning loyalty to the imperial couple, the legendary dragon gods themselves.

    Sworn caretakers of their citizens, the priestesses must awaken the power of the spirit arts in others and guide the next generations.

    But all is not what it seems. Everything they've been taught, everything Celia knows, is wrong.

    Following Celia's disastrous visit to the capital, she is trapped amidst a chaotic scheme that spans over a thousand years beyond her lifetime... and is now faced with the ultimate betrayal.

    Her Imperial Highness seeks to destroy Celia and her people - the very same people who serve her empire without question.

    As the other dragon temple's refugees pour in, Celia is forced to decide where her loyalties lie.

    Will she make a final stand against a dragon god and protect her family, or will her loyalty to the gods last until her final breath?