Friday, April 3, 2009


Book Two of the Iron Dragon Series

What you’ll find below:
1. Contest rules to win a free book.
2. An offer for free stuff for anyone interested.
3. An invitation to the book release party, May 22, 2009.
4. Reviews of book two, The Dragon Hunters.


I’m having a drawing for an advanced reader copy of The Dragon Hunters, Book Two of the Iron Dragon Series releasing May 22, 2009.

To enter, please email me a link to a review that you wrote of book one, The Golden Cord, and you are entered. If you post the same review in five places, send the five links and you have five chances to win! Sweet!

ALL ENTRIES will receive a free autographed Dragon Hunters poster and bookmark. If you’d like more free stuff, I’ll send enough bookmarks and posters for your whole class or for all your best friends and family! Just let me know how many you want.

If you haven’t written a review yet, or haven’t read the book yet, now is a good time. The deadline to enter is Monday, May 5 at 9:03 AM, sharp!

Send the links and your mailing address, (plus how many extra posters/bookmarks you want).

The drawing will be on May 5 and I’ll mail out the book and all the free stuff the next day. You’ll be able to read The Dragon Hunters a few weeks ahead of anyone else.

Places to post your reviews:,,,, your blog or blogs, Facebook, and MySpace. is the most important place to post the review.

Thanks for reading book one. Your first chance to get book two will be at the . . .

The Dragon Hunters Book Release Party, Friday May 22, from 3:00-6:00 PM
Where? The Radisson Hotel Downtown, Salt Lake City, 215 West South Temple in the “Con Suite” located in the back of the lobby. The ConDuit Science Fiction and Fantasy convention is there that weekend and anyone can go into the art show or dealers room for free.

If you can’t come to the party you can now pre-order a book from Please forward this email to your friends who love books.

Best wishes,

Paul Genesse

Here’s what the reviewers are saying about book two:

Advance Praise for Paul Genesse’s
The Dragon Hunters:

“Genesse stresses the necessity of trust between races and cultures and the perils of bias and dissention, and he keeps the plot moving quickly . . .”
—Publishers Weekly

“Paul Genesse is a talented writer with two rare gifts: the ability to create wonderful worlds, and the skill to share them with his readers. Through his deft handling of magic and mythic creatures, Paul Genesse transports us into a realm of wild imagining. Taut suspense and fantastic imagery make The Dragon Hunters a tale no fantasy fan will want to miss.”

Michael A. Stackpole, New York Times bestselling author of the Star Wars novel I, Jedi

“In The Dragon Hunters, Paul Genesse continues the epic saga that started in The Golden Cord. With vivid world-building, he sets his characters on paths that wind and twist through the world as they try to reach their almost impossible goal—the death of the Dragon-King. The characters are driven, each for their own reasons, united by their desire for honor, and vengeance for their kin. In the midst of a fantasy, Paul weaves in realistic themes of family and honor, prejudice and hate, love and redemption.”

Elizabeth Vaughan, USA Today bestselling author of The Warlands trilogy and Dagger-Star

Praise for The Golden Cord
Book One of the Iron Dragon Series:

“This is a story that’s worth your time. It’s almost like going back to that first fantasy novel that totally captivated you and you read it over and over again. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.”

Russell Davis, author, editor, and President of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America

Paul’s contact information:

1 comment:

Tiffany said...

Oh please pick me, please pick me. I don't know if I did the link thing right. I'm still a novice at that.

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