NOW ON YOUTUBE! My Chat with Sally Ember, Ed. D. of *CHANGES*

First a big thank you to Sally Ember for having me on her show.  It was a lot of fun and I’m still on the adrenaline rush.  I recommend any author talk her about an appearance because it is a lot of fun.  So check out her blog and her books by clicking HERE!

A few more thank yous to those who asked questions and made comments:

Jack Flacco

He has recently released his second book of the Ranger Martin series, so check it out and help spread the word.

John Howell

Always a pleasure to interact with the author behind the exciting thriller, MY GRL.

Nicholas Rossis

Fellow fantasy author who has the Pearseus series bundled.  Thank you for throwing in a few laughs and supporting me.

Rayne Dowell

Glad you enjoy the show and I hope you discover Luke’s secret soon.

Again, I had a lot of fun and a big thank you to everyone who could make.  Please visit and like the video on YouTube and help spread the word.  Also don’t forget to subscribe to Sally’s YouTube feed, which means you’ll get an update whenever a new video goes up and you can see another author enjoy the spotlight.

Now I’m off to celebrate with some pizza.

About Charles Yallowitz

Charles E. Yallowitz was born, raised, and educated in New York. Then he spent a few years in Florida, realized his fear of alligators, and moved back to the Empire State. When he isn't working hard on his epic fantasy stories, Charles can be found cooking or going on whatever adventure his son has planned for the day. 'Legends of Windemere' is his first series, but it certainly won't be his last.
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34 Responses to NOW ON YOUTUBE! My Chat with Sally Ember, Ed. D. of *CHANGES*

  1. Great interview Charles! Lovely to see your face and hear you speak. 🙂

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  2. sknicholls says:

    Well, this was just cool. Thanks for sharing. I was up late editing and slept in so I did not get to participate. Rossi gave you hell, but you handled it well! 🙂

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  3. Loved this! I found it interesting that the idea of a spreadsheet came up. I keep one for all of the characters in all of my books; I can’t imagine not having one for a series!

    Reblogging via pingback.

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  5. Really enjoyed the hour. Thanks for the mention here (which wasn’t necessary but nice). I was going to make a comment about how nice your haircut looked, but I think Sally would have smacked my knuckles with a ruler.

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  6. So glad the interview went well. I look forward to watching. 🙂

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  7. Looks like you’re a genuine t.v. star now. Pretty sure you can put that on your resume. 🙂

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  8. I’m excited to be involved in your articulate, funny, devoted friends and fans conversation, here, Charles! Thanks, again, for being on the show and letting everyone know about it!
    Best to you all,
    P.S. Since I’m against corporal punishment and am nonviolent, there will be no knuckle-rapping. Just verbal admonishments (when they’re deserved, as in Nicholas’ case)!


  9. Reblogged this on Sally Ember, Ed.D. and commented:
    *CHANGES* G+ HOA almost-weekly Wednesday 10 – 11 AM talk show with #authors is gaining quite an audience. Watch this week’s or any week’s Episodes on Youtube: for URLs and more info. New guests sought!


  10. Such a pleasure watching you Charles! 🙂

    I have to say, you have a great voice for this – calm and gentle. I would have loved to hear more about your personal life, but that’s just me. 🙂


  11. Jack Flacco says:

    First of all, thanks very much for the kudos, Charles–I really appreciate it. Secondly, I caught your interview soon after you had posted it online. I haven’t finished watching it, but you’ve handled yourself like a pro. Great job, buddy! And now I have a voice that goes with a face. 🙂

    Funny how the feed cut out there for a second and the “hello of death” came through loud and clear. Again, like a pro, you never faltered. You’re totally cut out for this!



    • Glad you liked it so far. Apparently, some people think my voice is deeper than they expected. Odd how we never notice our voices that often. At least I don’t.

      I was terrified about that happening. Sally gave me some tips on what to do, but for it to happen so early in the interview almost made me start laughing. Technology never fails to through a curve ball.


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