Debuting August 8th on Amazon Kindle!
Swords will clash and spells will fly in the newest adventure of young warrior Luke Callindor, Nyx the magic-flinging caster, and their friends.
With Sari captured by their enemies, the champions of Windemere are determined to get her back and destroy the Lich’s castle. Little do they realize, their battles in the Caster Swamp are only the beginning of this adventure. Trinity and her Chaos Elves have invaded the city of Gaia in search of a relic called the Compass Key. Rumored to be the key to rescuing Sari from a magical island, our heroes are in a race to find the mysterious relic.
Which side will claim the Compass Key? And, what will our heroes do when they’re faced with an enemy whose evil power overshadows anything they have ever faced?
About the Author:
Charles Yallowitz was born and raised on Long Island, NY, but he has spent most of his life wandering his own imagination in a blissful haze. Occasionally, he would return from this world for the necessities such as food, showers, and Saturday morning cartoons. One day he returned from his imagination and decided he would share his stories with the world. After his wife decided that she was tired of hearing the same stories repeatedly, she convinced him that it would make more sense to follow his dream of being a fantasy author. So, locked within the house under orders to shut up and get to work, Charles brings you Legends of Windemere. He looks forward to sharing all of his stories with you and his wife is happy he finally has someone else to play with.
Congratulations to Charles! What a great cover too! I love that his wife encouraged him to follow his dream and to quit telling her the stories, but instead, write them.
Thanks. Glad she let met do this too. 🙂
I am too. 🙂 This is a lovely series of covers by Jason.
Does Windemere have any connection, either geographically or inspirationally, to our Windermere?
It’s funny, but I get asked this question a lot. I didn’t know there was a place called Windermere or Windemere when I came up with the name. I went to college on the coast of Lake Ontario in Upstate New York and went out there to think of a world name. It was very windy, so I played with names that included ‘wind’ and Windemere stuck. It was probably 7 years before I found out there were places with that name.
Well the Lake District is one of the loveliest places in England-think I’m right in thinking Lake Windermere is it’s longest lake. I’ve been to Windermere many times, it’s just a couple of hours on the train, and the so called Lakeland Poets are connected to the place. Particularly Wordsworth.
In case you was interested 🙂
I’m really going to have to visit there one day. I think you’re the fourth person this year to tell me how great a place it is. 🙂
Being a Pride and Prejudice fan, I would love to make a pilgrimage to the Lake District, Andy. 🙂
I’m sure you would love it.
Nice to know the history behind the name. 🙂
Thanks for the post. 🙂
Look great, Charles!
Glad to do it!
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