Why are dragons so fascinating to both readers and writers? They appear in many different ethnic groups' mythology looking much the same all over except that most Asian groups dragons don't have wings. In the West ours are winged. Some of us collect dragons. My collection is small, but in it is a wooden green dragon staring at me from the corner of the room where he hangs on a hook from the ceiling ever flying towards me as I sit at the computer. My other green dragon has amethyst eyes and purple wings to match and he's made from satin. He sits on my shoulder at book signings. So, naturally, I also write about dragons. Dragon's Pearl, the first book in my A Darkness Of Dragons Trilogy came out June 1 from www.devinedestinies.com. No green dragons in it, though. How many dragons do YOU have? Jane