The Many Genres of Dragonsbane
Updated: Jun 13
If you were to ask me what genre Dragonsbane were to fall under, I'd come back with, "Fantasy Drama", but, in actuality, there are several genres that it can fall under.
First, it is a work of Fiction. None of the characters are real, nor are they based on any real life people.
I don't typically like to use trigger warnings because, I feel, they give the reader too much information on what to expect. The Dragonsbane Series is not intended for anyone under the age of 18 due to violence, language, and sexual situations.
While I certainly tried to make Dragonsbane a trilogy, rather than a series, the word count on my first draft showed me a trilogy would be impossible. I have already had to make changes to the timeline of the first novel, and move a lot into book two, and, subsequently, book two became book three, and so on and so forth. I have no idea how long this series will be, but I do already have an ending in mind.
Do you like Elves? How do you feel about Dragons? Perhaps Mermaids are more your thing? You name it, I've probably got it. From Fairies, Centaurs, and Unicorns, to Trolls, Harpies, and Ogres ... you'll find a variety of characters to either love or hate.
I love love. I love thinking about love, I love reading about love, and I love writing about love. So, it should come as no surprise as there will romance in my book.
The main character is called The Dragon's Bane for a reason! You'll find this series contains a fair bit of action on every level. From elegant balls, to intense chases, ambushes, and battles of epic proportion.
What good is action without a little adventure to go with it? Dragonsbane explores new lands and new creatures, and even worlds within worlds.
And, finally, drama. Dragonsbane is full of excitement with a lot of unexpected circumstances that will have you on the edge of your seat wondering what is coming next.