Legends of Windemere: Charms of the Feykin Update

It’s going to be a busy weekend, so I might not get the goal post up tomorrow.  So, I’m going to share the rough sketch for the Charms of the Feykin cover.

As you can see it’s a really rough sketch, but I love the look of the spear and the way the champions are being hunted.  Now, there was something else I was going to mention in regards to the cover.  What was it?

Ah, yes.  Jason is back.  When he sent me the cover for Tribe of the Snow Tiger, Jason pointed out that there were only 5 books to go.  He wants to see this through to the end and I’m thrilled that he’s still on board.  His art has been a staple of the Legends of Windemere series since Beginning of a Hero and I’m really glad he is willing to work on the last ones.  Judging by the sketch, we’re looking at another amazing cover that will have readers anxious to read the story.

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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17 Responses to Legends of Windemere: Charms of the Feykin Update

  1. Pingback: Legends of Windemere: Charms of the Feykin Update — Legends of Windemere | Here there Be Dragons!

  2. Heather Cai says:

    I like the back of the hunter with the spear. Very nice! Good job!

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  3. Olivia Stocum says:

    That’s awesome. Jason is a great artist.


  4. Helen Jones says:

    Another great cover by the look of it, Charles – I really like the dynamic feel, and your artist is obviously very talented 🙂


  5. It looks like I found the answer to my last question. I just had to scroll far enough down my reader. Glad Jason will see the project through. It gives great continuity to the series.


    • Funny thing is I’m starting at this comment and haven’t gotten to the question one yet. That cover continuity is more important than I realized at the beginning of all this. I still remember people getting confused when the border style was changed for Book 4.

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  6. That’s awesome news. It’s so important for a series to have a consistent “look.”


  7. Good news about Jason. That must be a load off.


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