Wow. What a Year!

So much has happened in the last half of this year!

I signed books and was a panelist at the Mile Hi Science Fiction and Fantasy Convention in October.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Did the Authors Tea at the end of October and sold out!

 

 

 

 

 

I've done book signings at the Colorado Christmas Craft Show both in Denver and Colorado Springs with the Colorado Authors League in early November.

Did another at the Dry Creek Elementary Holiday Craft Fair. Thank you, Heather, for letting me know about it.

 

 

And another in Firestone at the Imagine Charter School Craft Fair. Thanks, Morgan, for the heads up! Sold out again.

December saw Red Dragon's Keep and WindRunner twice at the Colorado Blvd Barnes and Noble book store with The Colorado Authors Hall of Fame and the Colorado Authors League. A final signing with the Authors Hall of Fame at the Westminster Barnes and Noble.

Thank you to everyone who bought my books and had me sign them. If they were a gift, I hope the recipient loves them!

DreamWalker - Book 3 in the series - is on track to be out in Spring 2020. Breanna has to learn to control her dreams, and herself, in order to help save Red Dragon's Keep.

Have a great New Year!

 

About Natli VanDerWerken

Natli VanDerWerken loves Dragons. She has 30 that she collected while serving in the Navy as a meteorologist and anti-submarine warfare specialist. She is the multiple award-winning international author of the fantasy series - The Dragon’s Children. The series grew out of a fairytale Natli told her grandchildren one Christmas Eve. The main character in each novel is based on one of those grandchildren. Natli is a native of Colorado. She has a Masters in Computer Information Systems, develops websites, and likes to show Shetland Sheepdogs and quilt in her mostly non-existent spare time.
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