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While I try very hard to stay accessible to everyone and want to address your questions. However, because of my busy writing and creative schedule, I am not always as quick to answer as I would like to be and sometimes my schedule prohibits me from answering all inquiries. Furthermore, I often find many people are curious about the same subject at the same time.

If you have a question or comment, please contact me by one of the following methods:

The DragonHearth Podcast is available monthly and is free of charge. You can listen to any of our episodes through your browser by visiting the DragonHearth Website or subscribe through iTunes.

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  1. Gary says:

    I just wanted to say thank you for the many years of entertainment. I became a fan after reading the dragonlance adventures and have just finished listening to your podcast of the Immortals. I have thoroughly enjoyed all that I have had the privelidge of reading and listening to.

  2. Rebecca Stewart says:

    I found a different website that you used to operate that had podcasts by Hal Hickman about the old West. I’m particularly interested in one titled “Murder in Flagstaff”. It is about one of my ancestors. I’ve tried to listen to it on the website and tried to download it thru itunes, but it won’t work. Is this podcast available anywhere else? I would also like to ask Hal some questions. Is he available for a brief interview?

  3. Jennifer says:

    Hello, I commented a couple of years ago on the “Oblivion, Time Travellers, and Song of Goldmoon” podcast, asking if there was a way that I could download a copy of Mary Kovarik’s rendition of “Song of Goldmoon”. I’m honestly not sure if I received a reply or not, because I have memory issues.

    I was reading the Annotated Chronicles again, and I remembered that I had heard the song here, but was unable to find it anywhere, despite using all of my Google Fu. I was wondering, is there a way that I might obtain it? I would like to share it with my fiancé, but I cannot find it anywhere. I tried to play the old podcast, but it’s not available any more.

    I really enjoyed that song back when I heard it, and I hum the music whilst reading the section about the Inn of the Last Home. I would be very grateful if I was able to hear it once again.

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