The Future of Nytefall . . . And Other Projects

Well, War of Nytefall: Eradication has been out for a while and it means I have to look to the future.  Wow . . . Those clouds are pretty dark.  Is that a clown waving a blood-soaked weed whacker around?  Okay, there shouldn’t be that many spiders along one path, especially when it’s clear that the trees are carnivorous.  Maybe I should stay here and wait for all of that to blow over.

Seriously though, I’ve now published half of War of Nytefall and only have one of the other books written.  My plan is to publish it after the summer and maybe the next volume in December if I can get it written in time.  That leaves me two for next year, which will end the adventures of Clyde and the Dawn Fangs.  Guess that’s pretty simple as far as the future goes.

I have another Ichabod Brooks collection and ‘So, You Want to Write Fantasy?’ that I’m aiming to work on a bit over the summer too.  Those will get published whenever I can get them ready to go and cover art.  I’m finding that I can’t do any long term predictions even when it comes to writing.  The second project will be more noticeable because I plan on using some beta readers.  Might on the first one too like I did before, but I’m going to see how things are going with time.

Overall, I want to put a lot more irons in the fire than I had before.  Part of me really wants to reclaim the old days when I could write more often, especially since I can see myself beginning to write ‘Tales of the Slumberlord’ in 2021.  That’s Darwin and I think writing a happy, friendly, innocent main character will do me some good.  He’ll be kind of like Fizzle in a way, but different type of magic and standing in the spotlight.  At least, both of the characters have this sense of innocence and naivete, which stems more from a really low level of common sense with Darwin.  He’s a helpful and straightforward fool . . . I might start doing the outlines for his series later this year.

Anyway, that’s what the future is holding.  A lot of hopes and guessing unless something explodes in terms of book success.  That’d be nice.

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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10 Responses to The Future of Nytefall . . . And Other Projects

  1. I don’t think we can plan for success. All we can do is plan our workload. The few readers I attract seem to enjoy my stories, and I hope to keep that going.

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  2. L. Marie says:

    I’m glad you’re still building your series and writing the craft book. That’s awesome!


  3. inkspeare says:

    I remember author Sherrilyn Kenyon saying something in an interview – “Over, under, around or through, there’s always a way to get where you want to go, you just have to find it”. Just keep at your passion, and enjoy it.

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  4. Future looks great.


  5. A lot of us are wanting to write happy, innocent characters, I suspect.


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