The Dragon Tempest anthology

The Dragon Tempest

Dragon Tempest Synopsis (1)

The Dragon Tempest offers a collection of short stories in a variety of fantasy genres, including dark, light, adventure, and epic. Creatures from all worlds abound: dragons, angels, centaurs, witches, gods and goddesses, and those lurking below the water’s surface. Whether you’re moved by tales of battle and bloodshed, suspense, humor, or enlightenment, The Dragon Tempest will leave you craving more from each author. Such a diversity of great fantasy tales to enjoy will leave no room for disappointment. 


  • Allison D. Reid
  • KJ Hawkins
  • D.B. Mauldin
  • Joshua Robertson

1st Place Winners

  • Christine King
  • Katie Roxberry
  • Winter Bayne
  • Jane Dougherty
  • Wilson F. Engel, III

2nd Place Winners

  • Christine Haggerty
  • Randall Lemon
  • Deborah Jean Anderson
  • Abram Barneck
  • Louise Findlay

3rd Place Winners

  • Samuel Milner
  • Karen Brown

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Author Name  –  Joshua Robertson
Author Bio.  –  Joshua began crafting the world for the dark fantasy series, Thrice Nine Legends, in 1999. Melkorka, the first book of The Kaelandur Series, was published in 2015. The sequel is due to be released in 2016. In October 2015, a standalone novel in the same world [80 years prior to the events in Melkorka], called Anaerfell, will be available. Joshua currently lives in Alaska with his wife and children

Author’s Website URL/Blog  –
Author’s Social Media & Additional Links

Author’s previously published works

  • Melkorka
  • A Midwinter Sellsword
  • Gladiators and Thieves
  • Grimsdalr

Purchasing links for author’s publications, specifying which belongs to which

BUY: Melkorka

BUY: A Midwinter Sellsword

BUY: Gladiators and Thieves

BUY: Grimsdalr

Excerpt *******************************************************************************************

The Old Oak and the Witch

By: Joshua Robertson

“Hello?” she fervently whispered, not sure whether she should be frightened or amazed at the sight before her. Her eyes were shining in the radiance of the crystal that brightened the cavern and many tunnels that stretched in all directions.

At the sound of her voice, hissing echoed from the tunnels. In a moment’s time, slithering snakes of many lengths and colors slinked and slunk into the cavern. Their swarming bodies etched over one another by the hundreds, swirling around poor Julia.

Julia swallowed the scream that crawled up her throat; tears touched the ducts of her eyes. The piercing black eyes of every reptilian monstrosity seemed to be fully locked upon the young girl, hungrily advancing, but not daring to touch her. Instead, the snakes simply circled her, keeping her trapped within the framework of their slimy, boneless frames.

“Hello, dear Julia,” a lady said from behind her.

“Hello,” Julia responded back quickly, as a good child would do, spinning around to see who had spoken to her. Sitting atop the snakes with an evil grin upon her face was the witch!

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