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D. Thomas Jerlo

D. Thomas Jerlo’s novels inexplicably draws readers deep into mystical worlds where magic rules and battles between good and evil are forever constant. Blending reality and illusion that leave indelible impacts, readers are riveted to the spellbinding plots and unforgettable characters.

“I am enough of an artist to draw freely upon my imagination. Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world.” ~ Albert Einstein

www.dthomasjerlo.com

 

** Also writing under Dawné Dominique **

 

 

 

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09/05/2014 News

 NEW RELEASE!  

Itching to read a classic fantasy novel with kick-ass heroes, mage'ic, dragons, mages, evil Druids, and a touch romance?  D. Thomas Jerlo's The Tears of San'Ferath delivers.
 
 

Allanoria is shifting into a new age—a world without mage’ic. For reasons unknown, I sense this is a passing phase, and that one day the land’s mage’ic will return. San’Ferath readies to succumb to my final spell, The Undying Sleep. Invoking such power shall end my life, but I go willingly, as does he, for when the need is great...so shall he wake.

 

http://www.amazon.com/The-Tears-SanFerath-D-Thomas-Jerlo-ebook/dp/B00N5T51C0

 

http://dthomasjerlo.com/

 

 

 

Also writing as Dawné Dominique.


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Hellhound Bound
When the mage'ical creatures in Allanoria begin dying, the last Druid Knight, Setharius Berthannia, realizes too late that The Cleansing has begun. Only one dragon remains—San'Ferath—the King of Dragons. With the help of...
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The Tears of San'Ferath

A Peek Into the Life of D. Thomas Jerlo

Meet Gunkers, our little lion we found in the woodpile. The poor girl had been badly abused.

Meet Gunkers, our little lion we found in the woodpile. The poor girl had been badly abused.
This is Chumbly we took home from the Humane Society, a big brother for Gunkers.

This is Chumbly we took home from the Humane Society, a big brother for Gunkers.

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