I have just published my first Kindle booklet and it is a monograph entitled "Dragons West of Loch Ness" and subtitled "Tales of dragons roaming the hills and forests near Scotland's infamous loch". The motivation for this short work was a tale that has always grabbed my curiosity being the story of Fraser of Glenvackie, who reputedly slew the last dragon in Scotland. His name is mentioned obliquely in Loch Ness Monster folklore and pointed me to further tales of strange dragon like creatures roaming the hills and forests near Loch Ness but which evidently were not the famous inhabitant of Scotland's largest loch.
It is longer than the usual blog article but shorter than a book size and I consider it an appendix to my first folklore work, "The Water Horses of Loch Ness", but it is new material. American fans of Celtic Dragons can buy it here and British fans here. So for the price of a cup of coffee, buy it, read it and enjoy it!
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