New Debbie Mumford Release: DRAGONS’ FLIGHT

WDM Publishing is pleased to announce the release of Debbie Mumford’s latest fantasy novel, Dragons’ Flight! This is the second book in Debbie’s popular Sorcha’s Children series. If you haven’t read them, you’ll want to pick up copies of Sorcha’s Heart (the foundation novella) and Dragons’ Choice (Sorcha’s Children, Book 1). Please see our Books page for purchase information.

Electronic Edition Publication Date: March 2013DF Gold Cover-2x3
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Audience: Romance: Fantasy | Dragons | Shape-shifter | Novel

In this second volume of the Sorcha’s Children series, shifter siblings Brandubh and Morag take flight. Brandubh travels to King Leofric’s court to discover if his destiny lies in the human realm, but his visit is marred by the news that dragons have destroyed a human village. King Leofric charges the dragon-shifter with seeking out and subduing the renegades, but the stakes increase when Brandubh meets a fascinating female dragon … who considers humans vermin to be exterminated.

Meanwhile, Morag shows no interest in life among the humans, preferring to live life on the wing. But can she convince the male dragon of her choice that she is the bond mate he has been waiting for? Only time will tell if these dragons will succeed in mating flights.


About Debbie Mumford

Debbie Mumford specializes in fantasy and paranormal romance. She loves mythology and is especially fond of Celtic and Native American lore. She writes about faeries, dragons, and other fantasy creatures for adults as herself and for tweens and young adults as Deb Logan. Visit to learn more about her currently available work.
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