Jelle Spruyt contributes to fantasy story collection: “A unique project” (Dendermonde)

Jelle Spruyt contributes to fantasy story collection: “A unique project” (Dendermonde)
Jelle Spruyt contributes to fantasy story collection: “A unique project” (Dendermonde)
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All writers who contributed to the collection with Thomas Danneels, Kenneth Baert, Eva Linden, Morgan Blade and Jelle De Smet at the back and Nicolas de Clippele, Bram Verlinden and Jelle Spruyt at the front. — © IF

Dendermonde

Tales from the Dragon’s Wing is a new collection of stories set in a medieval fantasy setting. Eight well-known and lesser-known Flemish authors contributed to the collection, including Jelle Spruyt from Dendermonde. All stories in the book are based on the popular role-playing game Dungeons & Dragons.

The idea for the collection Tales from the Dragon’s Wing emerged a year ago Day of Dungeons, the Dungeons & Dragons Festival in Vilvoorde. Eva Linden stood with her most recent book Darkness at that fair. “There she spoke to a lot of people who dreamed of writing a book, but never found the time or courage to start. This is how the idea arose to write a collection of stories together,” says Jelle Spruyt.

Over the past year, all authors worked on their stories with great enthusiasm. “The book turned out beautiful, both the cover and the stories are great,” says Jelle. “It is a unique project and I hope that the book will be purchased and read en masse. In the book you as a reader are welcomed to the Dragon Wing tavern, where characters from all the stories spend their evening. They take turns telling about their adventures and all the stories are knitted together in the tavern.”

The book is suitable for all adventurers aged 12 and over and will be available for sale through all regular channels. It was presented at this year’s edition of Day of Dungeons in Vilvoorde.

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