Author Archives: Charles Yallowitz

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.

Who Do You Write For?

This is a question that I ask a lot and see many people answering without hesitation.  At least it appears that way.  It’s hard to figure out for myself.  There’s always multiple factors that I think about.  The list can … Continue reading

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7 Tips On Writing Great Book Reviews

I love books and believe everyone should leave reviews of the books they read. Reviews help readers decide if a book is worth reading, they also help… 7 Tips On Writing Great Book Reviews Excellent tips!

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Immortal Wars: Light, Blood, & Tears Part 2

(Disclaimer: A warning to those who continue.  This is a sequel to a previous story.  Both of these were written in the mid-1990’s.  While the first one was slightly edited and vanity press published, this one has not been touched … Continue reading

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Thursday A Little Personal – Twiggy and Lucy Learn about Teagan’s New Book

“Hey, guys, come here.” “Yes, boss. You might have to call Twiggy twice.” “What’s up? “You both know the writer Teagan R. Geneviene.” “We have heard … Thursday A Little Personal – Twiggy and Lucy Learn about Teagan’s New Book

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Sheila’s Shield Shop: We Put the ‘S’ in Defense!

Judging by your sword and armor, I can tell that you’re an adventurer.  Obviously, you need a shield to go with everything else. First, I need to explain how this works.  You would be surprised how often people buy a … Continue reading

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Music of Legends of Windemere: The Mercenary Prince

The second of the two last minute additions to the series.  Well, not really last minute, but they were added after I began writing and publishing.  Legends of Windemere: The Mercenary Prince was designed for a few reasons.  The biggest one … Continue reading

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#3 Post of 2020: 7 Tips to Writing a Physical Description that Works

(Post originally made on July 8, 2020.) Don’t go jumping to the comments just yet.  Jessica makes a good point.  Our characters are what we make them, so we shouldn’t blame them for it.  We do have to be careful … Continue reading

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How To Animate your Book Cover

Image courtesy of Pixabay Hi SErs! Harmony here. Animated book covers have become all the rage for social media promotion. So, today, I’d like to … How To Animate your Book Cover

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Not Sure What to Do? Funny Animal Memes

Yeah.  I didn’t have much of a plan after a busy week.  Wanted to do a test of the War of Nytefall: Savagery blurb, but I didn’t get around to writing it.  There was a poem idea and some stories that I … Continue reading

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Goal . . . Eh, I’m Not Feeling It Today

To be honest, I don’t wanna do this.  I would normally talk about how my week went and then a bit about what’s coming up.  But . . . This week sucked . . . hard . . . like … Continue reading

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