11.01.2016

Dragons were Aliens Who Bettered Our World #SciFi #Giveaway

According to Ancient Astronaut theorists, dragons visited our planet eons ago.

Ancient Sumerians and Greeks spoke of 'flying serpents' in their texts as descending from the skies. Well, they were obviously talking about extraterrestrials visiting our world.

What did these dragons do when they visited? My guess is they sent the Ant People and the Lizard People packing, because the Earth can only handle one alien benefactor at a time.

The dragons also bestowed us with the merry holiday of Halloween. They landed in the city of Ur and said, "You humans are so serious. Go have some fun. We demand it!"

Well, who could say no to a dragon? More recent evidence of dragon activity is the existence of candy treats. I mean, candy just all of a sudden showed up in evolution. The most logical answer: the dragons came back. And no other alien but the dragon is capable of melting sugar with such finesse. They're experts at melting everything.

I bet there is way more evidence of dragon activity hidden from the public record. I point to this: if dragons were ordinary reptiles, why would we love them so much? Most people scream at snakes. So yeah, that means dragons are aliens. Obviously.



Well, that was all for fun, but...

How about a dragon story and a treat for real?



This contains two short stories: "Wings of the Guiding Suns" and "Aftermath".

"Wings of the Guiding Suns" is solar punk with dragons. It could just be Ancient Alien theoriests are correct and dragons really do exist... out in the stars.

Sita is born to be the emissary between dragonkind and a world on the verge of doom. If she saves the people about to become extinct, she will join her fellow dragons sailing on the solar strands. If she fails, her life will end the moment the dying world does. The choice is simple: leave and live. Yet, the people resist and time is running out..

"Aftermath" is also told from the alien point of view. I confess exploring alien worlds and cultures is a passion of mine. It's my favorite ingredient to science fiction.

It has a cool video, too:




Noret’s world is destroyed by an attack on the moon. It sends the city tumbling and kills thousands. Among the dead is her bonded, whom she cannot survive without. Her kind has never known violence, but an act of war must be answered. What will be her reply?

As a thank you to our wonderful Untethered Realms visitors, I'm offering it as a free treat. Just click HERE and type in the code URRealms31. It expires 11/6/2016, so don't delay.

Enjoy! If you decide to leave a review at your favorite book store, be sure to mention you were given a free review copy.


And share your theory about the everlasting effect of ancient dragon aliens in the comments...

9 comments:

  1. Hi Mary - well done two more stories ... and I look forward to reading them ... Dragon Aliens ... so much is wandering the earth and space surrounds ... cheers Hilary

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    1. Well, candy just didn't invent itself. lol

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  2. Thank you so much. Too many dragons would be barely enough.

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    1. I agree. They are wonderful creatures.

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  3. Now I love dragons even more! :) Awesome freebie. Can't wait to read it!

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  4. It makes sense to me. Dragons rock! Congrats, Mary!

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    1. It's scary as to how much sense it makes. lol

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  5. Mary! LOL. I watched this kids cartoon from Germany yesterday that tried to explain Halloween from some bizarre angel that didn't make any sense, and you had be going right back to that place for a moment--not because the concept doesn't make sense. Bring on dragon-rewritten history, eh?

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