Feature Friday for J.S Burke’s The Dragon Dreamer with Interview

Today for “Feature Friday” let us welcome the beautiful J.S Burke and her book The Dragon Dreamer.The first book in the Dragon Dreamer Series. 

We will have info about the book and J.S. a great interview with her as well.

Make sure to check everything out and go show her some love and add her books to your TBR 😉

Happy Reading 🙂 


The Dragon Dreamer is a fast-paced adventure with flying dragons, an undersea world, and an unlikely friendship. It’s a science fantasy layered for readers age 9 to 99.

Arak is a misfit dragon called “Dreamer”. Determined to prove himself he leaves on a dangerous quest, is caught in a fierce sea-storm, and crashes on ice. Wounded and alone he faces death. Then a fearless undersea shape-shifter named Scree heals him and an unlikely friendship begins. When an undersea volcano erupts it triggers a towering tsunami and a deadly chain of events. Can Arak use his unique talents to save the dragons?


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Hello J. S. Thank you for taking the time to stop in and chat with us, it is lovely to have you.


Thank you so much, Nicole, for inviting me to be a part of this!

1.How did publishing your first book change your process of writing?

I’m now imagining sequels, which stretches my mind. I understand how to write a novel, so I don’t waste time.

2.What’s your favorite under-appreciated novel?

Of under-appreciated known authors, I like Alan Dean Foster’s books for scifi and Mary Jo Putney’s books for historical romance. I believe many novels by indie authors would be famous if readers knew of them, and I couldn’t choose just one. I’m impressed by the enormous pool of talented writers! So much imagination!

3.What are your hardest scenes to write? And what are what are the easiest to write for you?

The easiest scenes for me have life-threatening danger. They just roll off my fingers! Give me a horrific storm or a nice tsunami, and I’m doing a happy dance. I don’t have any scenes that are particularly hard to write; the difficulty for me lies in determining what will happen.

4.If one or more of your books would be selected for motion pictures, would you prefer it be a TV series or Movie and why?

I’d be thrilled with either! A movie would be awesome. I can see this in my head, with Arak swooping low over the sea, dangerously dipping his wing into water. Scree would be amazing with her shape-shifting and color-changing.

A series would be fun, too, with more time to know the characters and their world.

5.What’s the best way to market your books?

I wish I knew. 🙂  I’ve heard that it’s wise to invest hugely in online ads. Business cards can help find homes for books, too.  Thank you so much for having me here!


This was fun, again thank you so much for taking the time to chat. You’re awesome!



J. S. Burke is the creator of the Dragon Dreamer world. This science fantasy adventure series has flying dragons and an undersea world. Burke has worked as an author, artist, chemist, and marine biologist, studying creatures of the dark abyss and diving on coral reefs. The sea flows into her books.

J. S. Burke’s award-winning novels blend imagination with real science and author experiences. Living on a ship far from shore, she traveled in a circle of blue and learned to walk with the sea. The deadly sea storm that threatens Arak, a young dragon, is one that the author survived.

“The Dragon Dreamer” and “Dragon Lightning” are layered for readers age 9 to 99. Burke loves chocolate, and so do her dragons. She lives in Georgia with her family and rescue pets.


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