Solving biological mysteries

When Walter Auffenberg studied the Komodo dragon in the 1970s he noticed that males outnumbered females three to one, with no obvious reason why. It was a biological mystery that the characters of The Dragon Keeper spent some time pondering as well. Today, we have one possible explanation: housework. An international research team studied 400 . . . 

Stewartville Bound

The October book tour continues! For all you Rochester area residents, I’ll be talking about all things Komodo this Saturday at 11:00 a.m. at the Stewartville library. Hope to see you there!

Duluth Reading

What are you doing this weekend?? If you’re in the Duluth area, stop by The Bookstore at FitgersĀ for The Dragon Keeper’s Up NorthĀ reading and book signing! There may even be treats… If you can’t make it this weekend, I highly recommend a tour of the Fitgers building the next time you pass through town. It’s . . . 

Publication Party Tonight!

Where are you gonna be at 7:30 tonight?? At Magers & Quinn in Minneapolis for the long awaited (if you’re this girl, anyway) launch party for The Dragon Keeper! Join me for a reading, book signings, desserts from Wuollet and a little wine too. Hope to see you all there!

Q&A with Ashland Creek Press

It’s been a year in the making, or maybe five, but here it is! The Dragon Keeper is released and available for purchase! Anyone who can’t make the launch party can pick up their copy at Amazon, Barnes & Noble or iTunes. It’s available in trade paperback or for the Kindle, iPad, or Nook. And . . .