World of Warcraft: Night of the Dragon Reaches 4th Printing

Written by Medievaldragon on . Posted in Blizzard Games News, Blizzard Products News, World of Warcraft News

World of Warcraft: Night of the Dragon by Richard A. Knaak was released on November 18, 2008.  In barely four months, its popularity among lore fans has been astounding. It is now on its fourth printing. These are selling like hot bread in the morning. Go grab yours while supplies last.

Richard A. Knaak has announced his participation in Dragoncon in Atlanta, Georgia on September. If you are planning to attend the event, make arrangements to get your books signed.


This is for those of you who have expressed previous interest in my work.  If you have received this email by accident, please let me know and you will be deleted from the list.

FIRST AND FOREMOST:  LEGENDS OF THE DRAGONREALM, a new omnibus featuring the first three novels of my series—- FIREDRAKE, ICE DRAGON, & WOLFHELM.  With beautiful new cover art and a map, this trade paperback should not be missed.  Check it out at my website: !

In case you missed them, late 2008 saw the release of THE FIRE ROSE for Dragonlance.  Sequel to THE BLACK TALON, this novel continues the Ogre Titans Trilogy.  Golgren and the Titans vie for an artifact fashioned by the god of fire and alchemy, a deadly double-edged creation that was responsible for the downfall of their once-regal race centuries before.

Also released was WORLD OF WARCRAFT: NIGHT OF THE DRAGON.  A sequel to DAY OF THE DRAGON, the first ever WarCraft novel, NIGHT brings us back to Grim Batol, where the dragon mage Krasus returns to discover what evil has now arisen in what was the last stronghold of the orcs.

AND JUST RELEASED:  WARCRAFT LEGENDS VOL. 3!  The third anthology includes the third segment of my four part saga about the tauren Trag.  Risen as an undead, Trag struggles against the evil calling to him from chill Northrend.  Yet, he knows that if he wishes to free himself, he must face the dread Lich King there.  However, Northrend itself is full of danger…and possible allies.

Lastly, special news!  I am to be a guest of Dragoncon in Atlanta on Labor Day Weekend!  I’ll be there from the 4-6th (not the 7th).  I will be on various panels!  More news on this as the convention approaches!

Thanks for reading!


Richard A. Knaak

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