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Antje Hergt

Born and raised in Germany, Antje Hergt came to explore the Canadian Rockies in Canmore, Alberta in 2003. Taking part in the Writing-with-Style Program at the Banff Centre for the Arts in 2007 encouraged her to follow her passion: writing for children. Darinel Dragonhunter is her first novel, which was inspired by her deep love for classic children literature and fairy tales. Her thrill for science fiction/fantasy movies and television shows had an outlet in various genre short stories. She is a member of the Alberta Writer’s Guild and graduated from the Justus-Liebig-University in Giessen with a degree in Modern Languages.

Currently, Antje still lives in Canmore with her snoring cat Sally and gets inspired by the magic of the Rocky Mountains.

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The Reluctant Dragonhunter Series

Tween Fantasy

Book One

Friendship or love? To marry his love Princess Tuskja,
Prince Darinel has to kill his best friend, Idunal, the dragon. 
 
 

Book Two

Can friendship defy a sea dragon’s magic?

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