Excite your imagination, read ”Dragons in the Clouds” The greatest Dragon story ever told!



1.What literary pilgrimages have you gone on?

I did a one on one training for 6 months straight. Co-writing my first screenplay called, ”The adventures of Captain Sea”.


2.What is the first book that made you cry?

I can’t say a book has ever made me, they have made me happy and thoughtful. I find this question interesting, the fact that I can’t remember ever crying.


3. What is the most unethical practice in the publishing industry?

I don’t have the experience to make that call or judgement. I know of unethical practices in the Entertainment biz, but somehow I do not think they are the same. similar but definitely not the same.


4. Does writing energize or exhaust you?

Both actually, energizing when you’re in the zone. storyline falls into place like magic. Exhausting when you have to make sense of the words you put down, keeping all the characters engaged. Having plateau’s met and then on to the next chapter.


5. What are common traps for aspiring writers?

Thinking that you have to start at a beginning of the story. Using common or over used genre’s.


6. Does a big ego help or hurt writers?

Depends on the individual. What some call an ego, others may call confidence. And we all know confidence is the most important thing one can have.


7.What is your writing Kryptonite?

To be taken seriously. The security of being able to make a living.


8. Have you ever gotten reader’s block?

I would have to say, yes I have. If the story is slow or lacks exciting scenes. I will put down the book. I can deal with terrible character development in a story but not the other way around.


9. Did you ever consider writing under a pseudonym?

Actually yes. I have considered using ”Carlo Cloud” What do you think?


10. Do you try more to be original or to deliver to readers what they want?

Original! By far. Originality is what I am all about.. Readers thirst for original stories. I think that is what all writers dream of and inspire for, originality.


Author David Blair is excited to announce his latest work “Dragons In The Clouds” to anxious fans! This is going to be epic and predicted to become a screenplay. Stay up to date for the upcoming release date and opportunities to preorder!


‘’Dragons in the Clouds’’ is an epic adventure that takes place during a time when Dragons were alive and freely roamed the land.  The people during this time were getting eaten by a vicious species of Dragon. The ruling King finally orders the total annihilation of all living dragons. A powerful wizard, named Merlinus, who is a friend to the king, does not agree with the Kings order, for Merlinus knows all Dragons are not what they seem.

So, he does what he must to protect a family of Dragons that he had befriended. And to protect his Dragon friends, Melinus performs the spell of weightlessness and tells the Dragons to fly up and to hide in the cover of the Clouds.  An unforeseen ability of the Dragons weightlessness spell is that a Dragons fire now looks like that of lightning and their roar is like that of thunder. Melinus tells the Dragons to live within the clouds and to only come down at night to eat.  An apprentice to the wizard who has grandeur of his own has a plan for Dragons that he has hidden deep within a mountain cavern. Now enters a widowed mother, her young boy, who had also befriended a dragon, though a very young one.

They suddenly find themselves caught between the Kings order and a battle that has begun between two species of Dragons. A battle that would determine control of the skies above the Kingdom of Albian.  This Apprentice’s plan has consequences that may bring the Kingdom and perhaps the very world we live in today to a devastating end.