The anthology Dragon's Lure, edited by Danielle Ackley-McPhail, Jennifer Ross and Jeffrey Lyman -- and which includes a story by, er, me -- has just received a very favourable review over at BSC:
Dragon’s Lure: Legends of a New Age is a marvelous collection of stories about dragons that I highly recommend. I am glad that I made it a part of my personal library, and I hope that you enjoy reading it, also. [. . .] Give it as a gift to someone you know who is a lover of stories about dragons or is a fan of the Fantasy genre, or buy it for yourself as a treat!
My own story, "Baited Breath", was one of the four to be given an expanded treatment, and here again the reception was -- phew! -- friendly:
The anthology begins with a tale about miniature dragons, who have invaded a house and have made pests of themselves [. . .] I found his contribution to this collection an interesting and fun read because of the matter-of-fact way the married couple in it act when they learn that their house is not infested with mice or rats, but with small dragons. Also, their attempts to deal with their unwelcome house guests are pretty funny, as are the narrator’s (the husband’s) ideas about what to bait the traps with. For some reason, the varmints turn up their noses at the box of Cheerios in the cabinet, but they seem to like almost everything else, especially the sherry the narrator puts out for a laugh.