Books stirred my imagination and great books stirred my soul. - Tony Chandler
Tony Chandler, a Georgia native, dreamed of writing ever since he could read. As a child, he often wondered if could write a book that could stir the emotions as his had so often been stirred.
Tony began his professional writing career with short stories. First, he wrote purely for his own entertainment. However, many of his stories were accepted and published in a variety of popular Science-Fiction/Fantasy Webzines; such as, Planet Magazine.
After gaining quite a following, Tony successfully expanded one of his short stories entitled into a novel. In 2002, the novel, Mothership, won the 2002 EPPIE for Best Science Fiction eBook. In 2003, it became the publisher's top seller. Since that time, he has published three more novels including the sequel to Mothership, entitled Borne on Wings of Steel. Most recently, in 2011, he published a novel co-written with his sister, entitled The Last Dragon of the North.
Still living in the suburbs of metro-Atlanta with his family, Tony continues to write and publish short fiction and is currently working on a new fantasy trilogy.
Tony Chandler books reviewed
- The Last Dragon of the North (2011)
Owain Armstrong has been hired to hunt down a red dragon that is killing livestock across Wiltshire . The only evidence is a bloody patch on the ground and the head of the dead animal. Owain begins to track this nocturnal predator when news of another dragon comes - a much bigger dragon. During his journey, Owain meets up with the famous dragonslayers of the Northern Band: Katja is a beautiful blonde with a deadly crossbow; Erik, a massive man that is short in temper but eager to fight; Lars, a man who is equally as cunning as he is strong and Edlund, their leader. When meeting Owain, the band of weary slayers long had been on a quest to kill the last dragon of the north. But then word comes to them from the Green Dragon Inn about a monster - another dragon - that lives inside the neighboring mountains. The quest begins again...