Mythic Dragon Publishing

Our Authors

K.M. Riley is not only a lover of stories, but she’s a game designer, artist, and fan of all things imaginative. If she’s not writing, she’s daydreaming or doodling about more worlds and characters that will make great tales. The Spirit:Awakening, second edition, by Mythic Dragon Publishing 2014.    The Spirit: Reckoning, by Mythic Dragon Publishing 2014. She's looking forward to creating even more adventures.


Robert T. Hunting has always been interested in storytelling, and would subject anyone who would listen to well-constructed tales. He combines his love of yarns and yesteryear with his ever-keen attraction for European history. He earned his undergraduate degree in history from the University of Waterloo, and a Master’s in social science from the University of Toronto. He has two published novels, High Metal Fences, by Black Rose Writing, and Brutal From The Fray, by Mythic Dragon Publishing.Robert lives with his wife and their terrier, Hailey in southwestern Ontario.​

Michael L Hawley is the author of Searching for Truth with a Broken Flashlight, (2010), The Ripper's Hellbroth,The Watchmaker Revelations, by Mythic Dragon Publishing, 2013. Jack's Lantern, Book T​wo of the Watchmaker Revelations, soon to be released, by Mythic Dragon Publishing.​He was honored to be the subject of an article in The Buffalo Spree, June 2011. In the last few years, he has published seven articles in British journals on the Jack the Ripper mystery.  He has recently retired as a commander and naval aviator in the U.S. Navy, and is currently enjoying a second career as a secondary science teacher.  He holds a master’s degree in science (invertebrate paleontology) and secondary science education at State University of New York, College of Buffalo, and has published research in fossil faunal distribution, microstratigraphy, and rock correlation. Additionally, he holds a bachelor’s degree at Michigan State University in geology and geophysics and a second degree at the College of Buffalo, in earth science secondary education and chemistry. He is also a 6th Degree Black Belt in Wadokai Aikido, Suenaka-ha Tetsugaku-ho. In the video below, he's demonstrating kotegieshi wrist technique. Michael lives in New York with his wife and their six children ranging in age from 7 to 21. His creative story telling has become an integral part of their family time. Visit him at:Website: FaceBook: 
Thomas Kendall author of The Children's Crusade, by Mythic Dragon Publishing, 2013. Since the age of nine, Thomas Kendall's life was completely altered by the starting of the Star Wars Saga in 1977. Thomas became fascinated with the structures and forms of the written word, and as an English teacher he shared his love of storytelling with his students for 18 years.Thomas lives in Texas with his wife and three children. The Children's Crusade is his first of many novels.Website:

Juls Duncan is the author of the urban fantasy series, Morgan Koda Adventures.   Her books include: 
The Mask of Noesis,A Morgan Koda Adventure, Book One, published by Mythic Dragon Publishing 2012. 
The Forest of Carren,
A Morgan Koda Adventure, Book Two, published by Mythic Dragon Publishing 2012. 
The Other Island,
A Morgan Koda Adventure,Book Three, published by Mythic Dragon Publishing 2012. 
The Plight of Indy,
A Morgan Koda Adventure,
Book Four, to be released Feb. 2014, by Mythic Dragon Publishing. 

​Juls has always felt the need to tell a story, whether, it was a bedtime story as Morgan Koda was in the beginning, or a short story given as a Christmas present for family and friends. Her education includes a Bachelors degree in anthropology from Oregon State University. Juls is continuing her education with a Masters degree, then a PhD in anthropology from the University of Montana. She lives in Montana with her family and yellow lab - Sonny Jr.
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Robert Courtland is an author of epic fantasy stories. In his debut novel, Counterpoint to Chaos, follow two people from our world as they are pulled into a world of magic and encounter shape changing foxes and deadly wraiths.Inspired by Terry Brooks and Stephen R Donaldson, with a good helping of Anime thrown in, Robert’s stories are epic, as are the settings. Rather than the typical creatures and races that usually populate epic fantasy, such as elves and dwarves, he prefers to be more creative. Counterpoint to Chaos is set in a magical world parallel to Asia, drawing on China, Tibet, India, and Japan with creatures closer to Japanese traditions than European. In his upcoming novels he will also draw on Egypt and Rome for inspiration and feature more traditional dragons. Robert lives in Colorado with his wife and son. He holds a Bachelors degree in Liberal Arts and has studied several foreign languages and created a few of his own. World history and culture have always interested him and his extensive study has colored the worlds he creates. His favorite current author is Carol Berg.
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Patrick W. Fine
​Declined Photo due to illness.

​Patrick W. Fine lived with his family in sunny California, where he turned his retirement into a full-time writing career. He wrote five novels, but only one of his novels has been published, The Curse of Aednat, by Mythic Dragon Publishing, 2012. He was a journalism major in college. Worked for a newspaper chain in Los Angeles as a staff writer, and in his spare time, he wrote sketch comedy for groups in Minneapolis, Chicago, and Los Angeles.​
​We lost Patrick on January 20th 2013. He is now in heaven watching over us.


Ronald James was born during the great depression, and as a toddler watched WPA men build a new street, from his home’s big front window. His playmates were a red rider wagon, a small black satchel and rocks. By using his imagination he had conversations with mythical street workers that bloomed into fashioned fantasies by age four. He used cardboard boxes to create fun spaces for his neighborhood playmates to enjoy and he kept telling stories all through high school. In college he abandoned writing and studied architecture. James had a successful architectural career and retired, however he wanted to keep his creative juices fluent, so he returned to his childhood story telling days and joined a writers group. Like architecture, each day he couldn’t wait to create, finish, and start new stories—like, Harrington Manor, by Mythic Dragon Publishing 2014.. Website:
G. Sluis lives in California. He is a graduate of UC Santa Cruz with a degree in Linguistics and a US Army veteran. He began writing as a hobby, although, he primarily writes Sci-Fi for young adults, his stories are also appealing to a larger audience. 
​He has self-published a pair of novels,
Other Worlds Than These, by Gabe Sluis (2013), Saving John, by Gabe Sluis (2013)
A short story collections,
Beyond The Gate, by Gabe Sluis (2013),
Five Days On Pimu, by Gabe Sluis (2014),
His latest novel, ARROW OF TIME, by Mythic Dragon Publishing (2014).