When it came to creating A Dragon’s Destiny, I knew I wanted to dive into a world I enjoy. Fantasy is a genre I’ve always been interested in, but I never knew I had it in me.
Then, something sparked. Jaz knocked on the door of my creative mind and asked to sit down and have a chat.
Jaz doubts herself. It is in that self-doubt that a connection can be made. She tells me why she works so much, and so hard; she reveals her fears and angst. She asks me to tell her story, and over coffee, I accept.
Jaz is stronger than any female I’ve ever written, and inside she has this mushy center of a girl who longs for her happy ever after.