The Dragonlings’ Haunted Halloween 2: Night of the Demented Symbiots

Night Of The Demented Symbiots

The Dragonlings’ Haunted Halloween 2: Night of the Demented Symbiots

 

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The Dragonlings and their besties are excited about the preparations for another Halloween holiday. As the night of the festival draws closer, the Dragonlings, Roam, and Alice discover a threat to the newest members of their families; the Queen of the Demented Symbiots plan to send her minions to capture the new babies and take them to the land of Halloween where she lives.

With their parents busy organizing for the huge festival for the people of Valdier in the underground cavern, the babies are left with no choice but to prepare for the ultimate battle – to save Morah, Leo, and Hope from the Queen of the Demented Symbiots!

Join in a holiday adventure that you won’t forget as the little ones use their special skills to protect their friends and family in The Dragonlings’ Haunted Halloween 2: Night of the Demented Symbiots!

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7 thoughts on “The Dragonlings’ Haunted Halloween 2: Night of the Demented Symbiots”

  1. OMG! Dear Lady, you have an extraordinary mindscapes!! I love to visit them all. So when is my next vacation? : ) I know, I’m greedy, but I do love my vacations.
    Thank you for sharing your inner worlds with us.
    The Valdier world will always be my favorite because is the series that introduce me to your story telling. I have expanded to your other series but I will never forget my first. They have become entrenched into my own mindscape. A fictional family of sort, so I’m always curious about them and how the babies are doing. I did relish this one. I’m concern about little Phoenix, she appears to have so much on her shoulders. I have a tremendous affinity with that character. The Phoenix has always been one of my special symbols since I was three and became aware of Herodotus; The greek historian. Yes, I was one of those children that knew too much saw too much, felt too much by the time I was two. The awareness was painful. So Phoenix is my girl. The one thing about your writing that I love is the underlining of integrity, respect, humor and love that you bestow upon your characters. I know she will be loved by her family. Maybe not understood, because that would demand a scope similar to hers. Love will take the sting of not actually be understood.

    Ouch, that became too serious! ROFL!!!!!!!!

    May your joys be many and your strife be few.

    MK

    1. Thank you so much! I feel the same way about each and every one of them. I know some of what is going to happen with Phoenix, but I won’t know the whole story until I write the full length Dragonlings’ adventure and then her story. Each of the Dragonlings, Roam, and Alice are developing their own personalities and each is vastly different from the other. I can see each of their parents in them, but also their own unique style. I swear I could write nothing but about them! I can’t tell you what it means to have others love the kids, and their parents, as much as I do. Thank you again for sharing this with me! <3

  2. Feel free not to post this message. I just wanted to make a theory on any future siblings the dragonlings may have (if there are to be more children). I see Zohar with a little sister, the twins Amber and Jade a little brother, Balint, twin siblings a boy and girl, Jabir a little brother, and the twins Phoenix and Spring are enough for Creon and Carmen.
    It will be fun to see how close I am in my theory if or when you write more in this wonderful series.
    I love your stories and can’t wait to read more. Thank you for all the stories you’ve shared with us. 🙂

    1. So far, you are doing fabulous! Cara and Trelon are expecting another one – a little boy. The families are growing. I truly enjoy writing about them and their adventures. I think the best thing is being able to write all kinds of stories. Since I never know what is going to happen, I’m looking forward to seeing if your predictions come true. LOL.

  3. I am really enjoying this book, I am taking my time and savouring every word. Little chuckles keep escaping which is really cheering me up. Thank you for such a wonderful book.

    1. Thank you, Heather, for sharing this. I love being able to bring laughter to the world. Thank you again for brightening mine by sharing your enjoyment with me!

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