This talented author writes under the name Jordan Bernal. Jordan is a committed fantasy fiction writer. She is so dedicated that as part of the research for her soon to be released novel, The Keepers of Eire, she traveled to Ireland where she visited and pictorially recorded the historical locations in her novel.
For centuries dragons have protected Ireland, their existence kept secret with the help of earth magic and their human riders. That secret is threatened now that the bodies of four riders have been found at sacred Irish sites.
Christian Riley, a man with secrets of his own, is haunted by vivid dreams of each slaying. As each dream intensifies, he wonders if he is the killer.
An American searching for her Irish roots, Devan Fraser, stumbles into the mystery of the murders while exploring the secrets behind her inherited heirloom dragon ring.
Christian’s only memento from the mother who gave him up for adoption is a dragon pendant that matches Devan’s ring. Together they discover the truth of dragons, their destinies, and the depths of honor and loyalty people will go to protect the ones they love.
Journey with Christian and Devan as they discover a shared destiny and rush to stop a dragon slayer.
Jordan is currently working on:
•Tri-Valley Writers 2nd anthology:
Fáilte to Ireland: Guinness Anyone? – Short story/travel
Writing at Zero Dark Thirty – Poem
Winter’s Grip – Poem
•Book 2 of The Keepers series: The Keepers of Caledonia
Jordan Bernal earned her BS in Business Entrepreneurship. She spent most of her first career in the high-tech industry as a Product Coordinator / Technical Writer. Her enduring love of fantasy, especially dragons, inspired her to write her debut novel, The Keepers of Éire. She is a member of California Writers Club Tri-Valley Branch and credits her growth as a writer to her critique group, open mic nights, and various writing classes she has attended.
Jordan lives in the Tri-Valley region of Northern California. When she isn’t writing, or helping aspiring writers, Jordan enjoys reading, landscape photography, and spending time with Roarke, her Pomeranian.
Other published works:
•Mission Works 2 (Mission College, Santa Clara) 1997 –
Impressing a Dragon – Short Story
Goodbye My Friend – Non-fiction
•San Ramon Valley Times 2008 –
Mother’s Day flash prose for “Smiles and Tears”
•Voices of the Valley: First Press 2011 –
The Keepers of Éire – a synopsis in poem format
Revelations – excerpt from novel The Keepers of Éire
•All That Remains – Las Positas College Anthology 2013 –
Dreams – Poem
Get Off The Road – Poem
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