Hi, we're Clockwork Dragon Books. What you see here is 63 books by 4 PNW authors and associated co-authors, plus, of course, our awesome cosplayer. She's not for sale, even for $13.
What we do have for sale is a big range of science fiction and fantasy books, mostly female-fronted, diversity-friendly, action and adventure, and with little to no romance. We have a particularly big section of Young Adult, and love questions.
Foul is Fair
"Foul is Fair is Celtic and Hawaiian mythology based urban fantasy, set in Seattle. Megan is a Seattle girl with ADHD who discovers she's half Sidhe - the Irish Fair Folk. She uses that heritage to become a bard, doing magic via music and singing.
She has to enter the Faerie realm to save the turning of the seasons, and thus the world, with the help of her half-menehune BFF - the Hawaiian builder Fae, a punk rock Satyress, and a disabled Pixie with a service crow.
Mad Science Institute
"Sophia “Soap” Lazarcheck is a girl genius with a knack for making robots—and for making robots explode. After her talents earn her admission into a secretive university institute, she is swiftly drawn into a conspiracy more than a century in the making. Meanwhile and without her knowledge, her cousin Dean wages a two-fisted war of vengeance against a villainous genius and his unwashed minions. Separately, the cousins must pit themselves against murderous thugs, experimental weaponry, lizard monsters, and a nefarious doomsday device. When their paths finally meet up, they will need to risk everything to prevent a mysterious technology from bringing civilization to a sudden and very messy end.
For fans of Scott Westerfeld, Orson Scott Card, and Neal Stephenson."
The Girl and the Clockwork Cat
"Feisty teenage thief Maeko and her maybe-more-than-friend Chaff have scraped out an existence in Victorian London's gritty streets, but after a near-disastrous heist leads her to a mysterious clockwork cat and two dead bodies, she's thrust into a murder mystery that may cost her everything she holds dear.
Her only allies are Chaff, the cat, and Ash, the son of the only murder suspect, who offers her enough money to finally get off the streets if she'll help him find the real killer.
What starts as a simple search ultimately reveals a conspiracy stretching across the entire city. And as Maeko and Chaff discover feelings for each other neither was prepared to admit, she's forced to choose whether she'll stay with him or finally escape the life of a street rat. But with danger closing in around them, the only way any of them will get out of this alive is if all of them work together."
Girl's Can't Be Knights
"Everybody knows girls can't be knights...
...Nobody told Claire.
Can she survive proving them wrong?
After 6 difficult years in Portland's foster care system, sixteen-year-old Claire has given up all her dreams. Hope and trust? What are those?
But she'll need both.
Portland has a ghost problem, and it doesn't care about her issues.
Armed with a magical locket, the only thing she has left of her family, will Claire find the strength to accept the help offered by a would-be mentor?
You'll love this heartwarming young adult urban fantasy because finding family is best done in strange places."
You're Not A Real Goth Until You Sack Rome
"Death was supposed to be an aesthetic, not a plan for the weekend.
Rae Schwarz spends her lunches at the goth table, her evenings with eccentric loved ones, and her daydreams with poetic inspirations. But family secrets have a way of getting out, no matter how long one is sheltered. Some of the things brought to light are a little too bright for Rae's taste, and some have a darkness and a danger she can fall into all too easily.
Book One of the Gothcraft series, this '90s-era Young Adult fantasy is indirectly connected to Cook & Perkins's Fair Folk Chronicles."