Peek Behind the Curtain

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I know this post might fall on deaf ears, but I figured it was worth a shot.  I’m always looking for ways to interact here and that usually boils down to opening the floor for questions.  I have an ask the author section that typically goes unnoticed, so I’m going to post about something similar.

Mostly this is being done because I have no idea what to do on Tuesdays because spoilers are too common in the Windemere books.  I also can’t keep using the Bedlam stuff without the entire book getting posted.  Let this be a lesson to anyone who attempts a long series.  Things get tougher when it comes to promoting the later books.  I’m already looking at having to avoid testing out the blurbs for ‘Ritual of the Lost Lamb’ here because I can’t write them without revealing the end of The Spirit Well.

What I can do is receive questions and write a spontaneous post about them.  Maybe there’s something I’ve never talked about like the origin of a character or if there was something more behind a story.  This goes for Bedlam, Ichabod, Legends of Windemere, and Dawn Addison.  If there’s anything you want to know then feel free to ask a question in the comments.   I’ll probably be starting this up the second Tuesday in January since week 1 of 2017 will be the top posts of 2016.  Yes, I’ll be starting out as a lazy blogger next year.

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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23 Responses to Peek Behind the Curtain

  1. You’ve made a big splash in fantasy, and danced around with paranormal. Are you going to take on science fiction any time soon? You’ve talked about super heroes, but I believe they had ties to Windemere.


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  3. L. Marie says:

    My questions: How do you juggle multiple series? What do you do to transition from one series to the next? What stories or characters from Windemere would you like to see in graphic novel form if you had the opportunity?


  4. quiall says:

    What about taking an individual from the news or history and having them interact with characters from your books.


  5. I would like to know the inspiration for the Bedlam series. I know your fantasy world was inspired by your gaming so what inspired bedlam?


  6. I’ll chime in with a few questions of my own, please realize it’s been a while since I read your first Windmere bundle:
    How did Luke get to the top of that tree when he was young? (Sorry if you already answered this)
    Have you ever thought about writing a steam punk novel set in Windmere with the goblins (those are the inventors, right)?
    How many types of apples has Fizzle sampled? (I hope I spelled his name right)

    I hope these questions help you with a post or two.


  7. zombiephreak says:

    What is Nimby’s favorite food?


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