It’s Alive!

The Dragon Rustler is available for purchase!

eBook versions are available on: Amazon for (Kindle), and on iTunes (for iPad and iPhone). You can get the Print version on Amazon. The links are also available on the right-hand side of the screen. (I am in the process of adding both Kobo and Nook as well, but that might take a couple of days)

I just want to thank everyone who has been so supportive of me as I went through this journey. Your interest, encouragement and enthusiasm carried this book to completion as much, if not more, than my own stubbornness.

But this was more than just about writing a book, it was about conquering a demon that has hovered over me my entire life. As some of you may know, I have dyslexia. Just learning to read and write was very challenging. So much so that the first book I was able to read all the way through was in the seventh grade, and that took an entire year. I can’t even begin to explain what having a learning disability does to one’s self-confidence, but take my word for it when I tell you there is always a part of you that feels less than everyone else. Writing a book was the line in the sand that I drew, the seemingly impossible goal at the time, to show I had beaten my disability.

And here it is.

The Dragon Rustler Book Image

I love stories. I love to read. I love to create worlds and characters. And I love to entertain. But what I hope more than anything else, is that there is someone out there that picks this book up, someone that may not think they will ever be able to overcome a disability or hardship, and it inspires them to keep on fighting.

I hope you enjoy the story. There is a lot more where this comes from, and I don’t plan on stopping anytime soon.

– Anthony

About Anthony A. Kerr

Anthony A. Kerr has always been a storyteller. Whether it was acting out elaborate plots with Star Wars figures when he was little, writing really, really, bad movies in high school, or creating weekly comic strips at work. Stories are always swirling around in his head, yelling at him to put them down on paper. Anthony grew up in Wooster, OH and currently lives in Denver, CO with his wife and three children.
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