The 1st Edition local print run of Gone Dragon Book I is down to its last numbers and the 2nd Edition is about to be released.

Thank you!

This week I wanted to take the time to thank everyone for the feedback about Book I. Every day I’m having conversations with people about the book. 


In addition to this, I want to thank people in particular who have given me the heads up on the typos that have reared their ugly little heads in the book. Every one of these has been dealt with for the 2nd Edition print run and are about to be uploaded for Amazon versions.

I will not say the typos were a rare appearance…

Perhaps occasional appearance would be more appropriate...

I’m sure there are other typos that lay hidden within the four Realms of Allumbreve somewhere—perhaps deep in the quiet depths of the Valley of Shadows laying dormant, waiting to be found. Or worse still, they are perhaps festering in the Caves of Cuvee beneath the Corville Mountains, biding their time, waiting for the opportune moment to strike. 

Second Edition

I am excited to run with the second edition of Gone Dragon, Book I, motivated by the concept that perfection hampers progress.

What does this mean for readers?

The Amazon versions of print and eBooks may be offline and unavailable for purchase for a couple of days while the changeover takes effect. For the local (Australian) print run, the 2nd Edition will become the standard issue as soon as they come off the press.

Are there any changes to the story line? 

Absolutely NOT! Nothing more to say here. The typo changes were never more than a change of word (and a repeated sentence on page 12... but let's move past that!). 

If you have a 1st Edition copy of Gone Dragon - Book I, keep it close to your chest, because there are no more of them to come!

Are there likely to be any other editions of Book I?

Before Book II is released (I'm working hard on this one folks!) I am keen to create a special edition of Book I. But more about that later...

Happy reading to you and thanks again for being a part of the Gone Dragon journey.

T.P. Sheehan