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A way with Dragons
By Nick Creech
Text copyright © Nicholas R. Creech
Nick Creech asserts the moral right to
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Set in Times New Roman
For the dragon lovers of this world
ALSO BY NICK CREECH
ALSO BY NICK CREECH
The Blob, the Frog, the Dog and the Girl
Nick Creech is a former newspaper journalist. He has two sons, both now
successful and more-or-less responsible adults who still deign to talk to him from time
to time in tones of kindly condescension. He has a wife who does the same, mostly.
Since leaving journalism, he has written extensively for children, young adults and
people of all ages who just enjoy a story.
The icy breeze trickled out of the woods, flowed down towards the River Usk and then
on towards the small town of Abergavenny. The solitary old farm-house in its desolate
winter garden shivered and huddled deeper into itself. An owl, hungry, cold and
thoroughly disgruntled, hooted mournfully. It was the witching hour.
Inside, in her attic bedroom, Cary snuggled deeper under the covers. She was
dreaming. It was summer and she and Cash were cooling off in the shallows at the
bottom of the garden. The sun was hot, the sky blue, the puffy clouds purest white and it
was altogether delightful. A waft of warm air tickled her nose. She brushed at it
absently, refusing to open her eyes.
"Go away, Cash," she murmured. "I just want to be quiet for a moment."
The waft came again, and this time Cary sneezed. Still she refused to open her eyes.
"Stop it," she said crossly, an