Gail Ann Gibbs

Gail Ann Gibbs grew up in the Texas Panhandle, and continues to live and write in the sunny Southwest. She ended up with two college degrees (neither related to writing) and has been employed in a variety of interesting jobs, some of which may end up in novels someday.

Gibbs has four novels with the personalized-romance publisher, has some short stories published, won a few contests and owns a very fine collection of rejection letters. She put together five of the short stories as "Sketches in the Air," in 2014 and her latest book is the gentle fantasy "They Called Me Dragon: A Narrative Account of my Adventures on the Planet Earth."

Gibbs enjoys the Arizona sun with her husband and some really big goldfish.

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They Called Me Dragon
Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Horror
October 2016
ISBN 9781530791989
174 pages
The author will make this book available for sale at the Author Pavilion during the Festival.

Huge, green, and scaly, alien Professor J'o' Ka Joarchim can't convince the local peasants that he's not a man-eating monster. More/less

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