Raven’s Hold After Thoughts

First, I always try to post this video around Halloween:

So, Raven’s Hold ended last night and I’m writing this post on September 8th under the assumption that somebody finished reading it.  I could very well be wrong, but that’s the risk we take with these ventures.

All I will ask is this:

What did you think?

Also, Happy Halloween!


As people read it, I noticed a lot of compliments for Dawn Addison.   I’m wondering if I should find a way to shift her to Windemere or the Bedlam series.  There’s another option that would require me to think really hard and not mention too much out loud.  Before the story scared me, I had plans for a sequel.  If I gather the strength then I might write it and do this again next year.  With this whole thing on my blog, I can’t really publish it on Amazon for a price.  It’s a tough genre to compete in too since it’s rather niche and I’m already going to be battling in fantasy and whatever ‘Crossing Bedlam’ is.  Again, toying with ideas and trying to remain vague in public.

Maybe this could be an October thing here?  Just a raw thriller story until I run out of stories?  A lot to think about.

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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7 Responses to Raven’s Hold After Thoughts

  1. Karen says:

    I loved your Ravens Hold series, Charles!
    And yes, I totally agree regarding the October-thing idea. While reading the first instalment…I already thought ‘What a great October read!’ 😀


  2. I really like the team of Dawn and Corvus and would vote for another story next year. (or tomorrow)


  3. I stuck with it until the sister showed up and then I wasn’t sure where the story was going. Sorry…


    • No problem. Her additions was a little iffy. I remembered a bunch of supernatural thrillers starting at the main event and flashing back to show the hero’s life back home to give depth. Kind of why I used her sparingly.


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