I am reading Dragonsblood right now, started yesterday, and I’m on page 303.
I love this story, and you’ve done your mother’s world justice. I love all the Pern stories I’ve read so far, though not in order that they’re supposed to be in, but the order that I’m able to get a hold of them.
I first started reading these stories, when I came accross A Gift of Dragons. The stories were so compelling that I was hooked.
I must say that Dragon’s Kin was particularly touching. It was because I enjoyed a story which you had co-written with your mother, that I decided to read one you had written yourself.
I have not been disappointed.
I want to someday be a writer of fantasy novels with dragons, myself. So you could say that I idolize you and Anne.
I hope to see many more Pern novels from you.
Thank you, Cheryl!
I’ll warn you that writing about dragons may become a more difficult proposition because so many people have thought about it (Naomi Novik’s “His Majesty’s Dragon” being a very popular example).
Mum and I have a new collaboration, Dragon Harper, coming out this December (in the US, January in the UK) which tells more of Kindan’s life (and, of course, you meet him in Dragonsblood).