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Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Featured Book: Cretaceous Clay and the Black Dwarf by D. A. Knight

Cretaceous Clay and the Black Dwarf (The Chronicles of Cretaceous Clay) by D. A. Knight

Rating: 5.0 Stars with 2 votes

Category:  Fantasy, Science Fiction, Young Adult

Price: FREE (Save $2.99) *Price subject to change at any time*

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“An epidemic of missing dwarves plagued Nodlon. Every dwarf feared for his life, and everyone else thought the dwarves ran away to escape the hopelessness of living life under a contract. But the Dragon Lord and his greatest servant, Nimrod had crossed time and space to invade our world. Nimrod possessed a hapless dwarf snared by temptation and he became the Black Dwarf. The wicked warlock kidnapped dwarves, mesmerized them, and turned them into an army of zombies to serve the Dragon’s will.”

“Jack, who are you talking to?”

“Shush, Shotgun, I’m explaining our adventure to the Gentle Readers.”

“To stem the tide of runaway dwarves, the Princess of Nodlon resolved to free the dwarves and recruited Cretaceous Jack Clay, celebrity elf and magician extraordinaire, to help her raise support. But before anyone could cry, ‘Biots are people too,’ Nodlon Yard discovered the constellation of Capricorn on the vid screen of a missing dwarf maiden drawn in blood. Inspector Lestrayed called upon his friend, Jack Clay, an amateur sleuth and expert on the paranormal to help solve the mystery. Freedom had to wait while Jack Clay hunted a pair of foes older than history. So began the strange and quirky odyssey of Clay, Jack Clay.”

“Laying it on a bit thick aren’t you? You’re not the only who saved Nodlon! Tell them about me.”

“Shush! You’re the comic relief, Shotgun, in case things get too serious,” huffed Jack. “And so Jack and Shotgun began their heroic adventure.”

“Oh, brother,” moaned Shotgun. “You need a copywriter, Jack, someone skilled enough to condense seven volumes of historical fiction onto a bumper sticker.”

“Always a critic, you are. Yes, you can hack a network, kung fu a bad guy, and bake a souffl√© all at once, but can you let me think?”

“Don’t hurt yourself.”

“Together, Jack and his intrepid sidekick save Nodlon from the Black Dwarf. Cretaceous Clay is a light romp during the days before the Gap when the legendary hero Jack Clay, that’s me, saved Nodlon.”

“Like they forgot,” muttered Shotgun.

“Now, I’m totally lost. I’ll need an editor,” Jack banged his head on the recorder. “Cretaceous Clay is a nostalgic, science-fiction story with a warm homage to classic Sci-Fi, fantasy, and television.”

“So tell them what they’re in for if they read the book. Tell them about Jazz, and Goldie, Faith and Hope.”

“Shotgun, our loved ones only have bit parts.” Jack sighed, “Our story is an action adventure with affectionate characters who never let you down, unrequited romance, kind hearts, flying cars, and biots.”

“Great, it sounds sweet, delightful, and easy-going. It’s too perfect. The book police will demand a warning, ‘May cause a sugar rush.’”

“Shotgun! It’s supposed to be suitable for kids of all ages.”

“Why not, ‘And so the magician boldly fights a foe no magician has fought before?’”


“Not like you’re doing any better. All right, what about, ‘Biots are people too.’”

“Maybe that’ll work. It has a ring to it.”

New Feature!: Book Rating: PG-13; Contains: Moderate Violence; Free Through 3/7/2013