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Mother Of Dragons
A Must-Read Book For Mothers Who Are Serious About Parenting
And those who will do everything possible to ensure their children’s future success

“I’ve never been just nothing. I am the blood of the dragon.” – Daenerys Targaryen

Mothers of Dragons…

Daenerys Stormborn of the House Targaryen, First of Her Name, the Unburnt, Queen of the Andals and the First Men, Khaleesi of the Great Grass Sea, Breaker of Chains, and Mother of Dragons…

One the most prominent characters in Game of Thrones, she became the mother of three dragons after entering Drogo’s blazing funeral pyre, stepping from it naked and unburnt, cradling her hatched dragon-children.

Daenerys Stormborn was the inspiration behind this book, with women and mothers all around the world watching her grow in each episode of Game of Thrones, relating to what she went through, having to survive in the world as she knew it.

And of course, it’s not natural for a human to have dragon children, but it serves the purpose of this book as a metaphor for all mothers of past, present and future dragons, people recognised as being powerful, influential and who made a significant impact on this world that will last into the future.

In the context of this book, dragons are those people who took great strides in overcoming obstacles to become great, or grasped the opportunities of the time they lived in to make a difference in this world and boost humanity.

Just like Daenerys, nobody else better than each specific mother with her own character and unique qualities, would be able to bring forth the exact elements needed to birth and raise that specific dragon-child, exactly the way they were supposed to.

Just like Daenerys brought together the elements perfect for those dragons to hatch… “It takes a life to give a life, and with blood, fire and a pure Targaryen descendant, all the elements come together for a dragon to hatch.”

So did each mother featured here, bring the right conditions, directly or indirectly, for their children to reach great heights.

Even though Daenerys was the inspiration, the various dragons outlined in this book, form the foundation for the exact real world we live in today. If it were not for their great work and contributions, the world would have looked much different. 

The influence their mothers’ had on their lives, alive or not, and how it shaped their decisions in life, directly or not, and how it made the ‘dragon hatch’ was instrumental in what the dragons did, or the way they did it.

After researching content for this book, I realised how important it is for any mother to evaluate her own past thoroughly, her heritage and certain elements of her own upbringing, and then carefully decide what elements she would take forward when raising her children to fit the future world in which they would live and have to survive or thrive.

Although the dragons outlined here, set the bar or benchmarks for what is possible as probably the highest of achievements possible on this planet today, it’s merely outlined to give inspiration and share their stories so mothers can see: it really does not take rocket science to hatch a dragon, all it takes is a few tweaks and planned strategies. There’s a potential dragon, a future fire-breather in everyone, every child. You just need to get the magic right…

Hopefully this book will inspire and equip mothers to inspire their children, to go out and achieve, to become great.

Through the stories highlighted, mothers can decide what type of mother they want to be, taking insights or lessons from those of the past and building upon that. 

If these dragons can do it, you can too. And after you’ve read what hand their mothers had in it, you could be a driving force for your own children in much the same way, or even better.

In Below Video Is A Recap Of Daenerys Targaryen…

The Mother Of Dragons

From The TV Series – Game Of Thrones

The Inspiration For This Book

There’s A Dragon In All Of Us

Dragons are those people who took great strides in overcoming obstacles to become great, or grasped the opportunities of the time they lived in to make a difference in this world and boost humanity.

4 Things You Will Gain By Reading This Book

“After researching content for this book, I realised how important it is for any mother to evaluate her own past thoroughly, her heritage and certain elements of her own upbringing, and then carefully decide what elements she would take forward when raising her children to fit the future world in which they would live and have to survive or thrive.” – R.De’Lano

Through the stories highlighted, mothers can decide what type of mother they want to be, taking insights or lessons from those of the past and building upon that. 

Discover

Each mother’s journey is different and each chapter follows the natural trail of the dragon and the mother’s life and what significance she brought to her child’s life – within the context of the times (era) they lived in…

Decide

Through the stories in each chapter, mothers can decide at the end what type of mother they wish to be taking insights or lessons from those of the past and building upon that. 

Be A Force

If these mothers could do it, you can too. If these dragons could do it, so can your kids. And after you’ve learned what it takes, you could be a driving force for your own children in much the same way, or even better.

Make Impact

Learn that no matter what parenting style you use, if you only do what’s described in the last chapters of the book in the Golden Threads That Bind, you will be able to hatch a dragon, and through that make an impact in the world.

R.De’Lano says if nothing else, the book will make mothers more confident and smarter, and stocked with great content to support mothers in parenthood, maybe the best $28 they would ever spend.

Author: R.De’Lano

With 30-year research and insights from mythology, history, science, biology, business and psychology, author, storyteller and communications expert R.De’Lano takes readers into a fascinating world of challenges and opportunity, masterfully portrayed in captivating, entertaining books, articles and journals.

With a reputable 30-year background in Consulting on Communications, Leadership, Marketing Management, Public Relations, Journalism, Publishing, Producing, Product Development and Content Direction, she has grown in tandem with rapidly changing times to stay all the more relevant.

R.De’Lano pulls from the most brilliant minds and cutting edge science-backed research and numerous interviews with some of the world’s most prominent achievers in various industries to bring you vital, potentially life changing information. 

Take A Peak Inside The Book…

Who Are The 26 Dragons And Their Mothers?

There are 26 dragons described in the book along with their achievements, life journey and why they did what they did, along with the influence their mothers had on the performance.

Below are six of them, not most important, but well-known from the forebear dragons to those who still live and thrive.

Richard Branson

Mother: Even Branson

Mother of Adventure

Elon Musk

Mother: Maye Musk

Mother of Giants

Albert Einstein

Mother: Pauline Einstein

Mother of Physics

Charlie Chaplin

Mother: Hannah Chaplin

Mother Of Entertainment

Oprah Winfrey

Mother: Vernita Lee

Mother of Communication

Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Mother: Celia Bader

Mother of Justice

These and all the other dragons made a significant change in life as it was then in their milieu, in life right now – and whose work will still have an impact on the future.

Of course no dragon could act alone, most if not all, built upon the groundwork that was laid by others before them, and they were merely highlighted to illustrate the message. The message that anyone can learn from the past, be informed about the future, and what it would take to survive in it.

The hand that rocks the cradle, rules the world

“One of the reasons why I wrote this book was to find what it would take to succeed, what successful people did to achieve, so others can follow the same, and most importantly how their mothers raised them, after all, the hand that rocks the cradle, rules the world as poet William Ross Wallace said.”

It’s important to learn from history, first not to repeat the mistakes of the past, and second, the quality of history gets diluted in modern times, but history still holds substance and authenticity to consider.”

Book Contents

In Part one, the Forebear Dragons sections:

Are the dragons who lived against the backdrop of the Classical Antiquity period and the Renaissance in Italy. The Enlightenment period, Victorian era in Europe, and the Gilded Age, the Progressive Era, and Late Modern period, in America and Europe. 

These include Socrates, Leonardo Da Vinci, Galileo Galilei, Issac Newton, Charles Darwin, Thomas Edison, Nikola Tesla, Henry Ford, Marie Curie, Wright Brothers, Albert Einstein, Gabrielle Chanel, Adolf Hitler, Charlie Chaplin.

Part two, the Current Dragons section:

Features dragons of the 20th century (contemporary periods) who are still alive, and the 21st century, (information age and experience ages) who are still evolving, and whose baseline knowledge will serve as a platform upon which future dragons, technologies or systems are being built. 

These include: Warren Buffet, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Jane Goodhall, Donald Trump, Richard Branson, Oprah Winfrey, Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Jack Ma, Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk, Larry Page and Sergei Brin.

In Closing:

Summary of all Mothers and their Influences, The Golden Thread That Binds  and The Dragon-Mother Archetype necessary to hatch dragons.

If mothers of these dragons could do it, so can any mother. 

Just like Daenerys brought together the elements perfect for her dragons to hatch, with her fire, her passion, her bloodline, her desire, so should every parent bring together the elements of their own lives, background, environment and desires to help make real what their children deserve.

See what other readers say…

Morning! Hope you had a good weekend. I read through your book and wanted to let you know that I really enjoyed it! Wow it’s really great. You did amazing research and the storyline is very interesting. Keep going!

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Jelena

Mother of 2 dragons…

As a single father I enjoyed this book with all the background info on the big guys and how they got to be so successful with the help of their parents. Handy content, thanks.

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Marcus

Father of 1 dragon

At fist I was not sure what Im reading as I expected a list of things to do and not to do as other books and blogs, but then I realized Im in company of the big guns, and big guns dont pee like puppies.

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Naomi

Mother of 1 dragon

It’s really great how easy motherhood now looks.

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Robin

Mother of 1 dragon

I loved the Golden Thread section at then end that described all I need to do in one glance…

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Amy

Mother of 3 dragons

I can’t believe I did not know this. Actually we all do, but put in this context made far better sense.

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Rene

Mother of 2 dragons

Hopefully this book will inspire and equip all mothers to inspire their children, to go out and achieve, to become great.

A Must-Read Book
For Mothers Who Are Serious About Parenting
And those who will do everything possible to ensure their children’s future success

“I always believed… as a mother myself – it’s much better to want to control the best outcome for your child and learn everything possible to be equipped sufficiently enough to deliver the best environments and opportunities for the best outcomes possible, for myself and my son.” R.De’Lano

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Mothers Of Dragons is currently available in digital online format, in which you receive a link to a secure online book platform with a unique password with 24/7 lifelong easy access – US$ 28

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This book will make mothers more confident and smarter. It’s stocked with great content to support mothers in parenthood, maybe the best $28 they would ever spend.