#Newbook War of Nytefall – Eulogy by Charles E. Yallowitz

I am so glad to be able to have Charles E. Yallowitz here on Fiction Favorites. Charles and I have been blogging friends for as long as I have been blogging. He is a master at the art of weaving a fantasy tale. He is here to introduce his latest book. So Charles the blog is yours.

Thanks, John.

On the eve of Clyde’s dream becoming reality, his life will be torn asunder.

Cover Art by Alison Hunt

As his dream of peace becomes a reality, Clyde faces his darkest challenge.

With the Dawn Fangs’ existence exposed, the time for negotiations has begun. Mortal rulers and the council of Nytefall gather to discuss terms, but chaos is already stirring. It does not take long for Clyde’s dream to become a nightmare as villages are slaughtered by a Dawn Fang who is rumored to be the newly crowned Vampire King. Bodies of friends and enemies pile up as this mysterious imposter reveals why mortals should fear Clyde. Will Clyde’s final adventure see his dream of peace fail before it is realized?

The truth is more horrifying than the Dawn Fangs ever imagined.

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Curiosity piqued? Check out this teaser!

The Truth?

Coming to the windmill, Magrus coats his body in a protective shell and carefully climbs to the top of the broken structure. Slowly turning in a circle, he scans the area to get a full sense of the remaining magic. He ignores the auras of the guards, who are sifting through the wreckage to find more bodies. Those who have been located have already been moved to the outskirts where they are being prepared for transport. Peering down the narrow road, he can see an oxen-driven cart is getting closer and sighs at how it will not be enough to collect all of the dead. Magrus considers warning the lieutenant, but he fears it will lead to a long conversation and waste more of his precious time. He turns to where the man is helping to prop up a wall, which has crushed a family of four. Shaking his head, the Zarian climbs down from his perch and uses his staff to help him navigate his way out of town. Nothing catches his interest, but he stops momentarily to send a few more lost souls to the afterlife.

“Let us see what really happened,” Magrus whispers as he reaches the woods.

Turning back to the village, the man plunges his staff into the earth and grips it tightly to prevent himself from falling over. His eyes develop a rainbow shimmer over the gold as he wavers on his feet. Fighting through the looming fatigue, the priest lets his magical vision change from what is in front of him to revealing phantoms of the past. Transparent buildings rise back into place and ghostly figures go about their lives even though he can still sense a little of what is truly there. Magrus scowls at the sight of a black-haired figure landing a few feet away, the puff of dirt revealing an illusion covering the small crater. Within seconds of appearing, the man rushes at the town and begins destroying everything in sight. Using only his fists and feet, he breaks houses and shatters people. The attacker’s speed is almost too much for the Zarian to follow, so he focuses on examining the phantasmal carnage for clues. He spots bite marks on several necks and sees the chickens were devoured in the blink of an eye. Torches and candles are knocked over to start the fires, which explode into an inferno connected to the illusionary plume of smoke. Magrus is not sure what caused the sudden blast since the attacker had been tearing the local blacksmith in half at the time. Deciding he has seen enough, the man freezes the vision before falling to his knees from the exertion. He is able to hold the image for another second before it disappears, but it still gives him a clear view of the rampaging figure.

“This cannot be shared,” Magrus says as he takes out a piece of paper. He mutters a spell to transfer the image of a black-haired man with a corn-shaped necklace from his brain to the parchment. “It would appear that Clyde of Nytefall is not as big a fan of peace as one would believe. Yet, I still see mysteries here. The fires grew without his influence and I see no reason why he would want this place discovered. I have many questions, Lady Zaria, so I cannot purify the Vampire King until I have answers. There has never been a man or monster who has escaped my thorough investigations. This one will be no different. I swear on my goddess’s crimson hair that Clyde and the Dawn Fangs will be judged. Then, if necessary, they will be punished.”

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*****

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Cover Art by Alison Hunt

Interested in more Windemere? Then don’t forget to check out Charles E. Yallowitz’s first series: Legends of Windemere

Cover Art by Jason Pedersen

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 spending many years fiddling with his thoughts and notebooks, he decided that it was time to follow his dream of being a fantasy author. So, locked within the house with only pizza and seltzer to sustain him, Charles brings you tales from the world of Windemere. He looks forward to sharing all of his stories with you and drawing you into a world of magic.

Blog: www.legendsofwindemere.com
Twitter: @cyallowitz
Facebook: Charles Yallowitz
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cyallowitz/

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46 comments

  1. Congratulations to Charles on this latest release. Wishing him all the best. Thanks for sharing, John 💕🙂

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    1. Thank you, Harmony. 😁

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  2. Thanks for the post. 😊

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    1. Always welcome here. 😁

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  3. What an accomplishment! Congratulations on yet another installment to your series, Charles. Wishing you all the best.

    Thanks for hosting, John.

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    1. Thank you, Staci. 😁

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    2. Thanks. Final installment too. Maybe series sales will go up in the future since the story is done.

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      1. Thanks. I try. 😊

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  4. Congratulations to Charles! He’s a writing machine! Thanks for sharing, John.

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    1. This series is very exciting. Thanks, Jill.

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  5. Gwen M. Plano · · Reply

    Thank you for sharing this new release, John. Wonderful showcase! Congratulations, Charles.

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    1. Thank you, Gwen.

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  6. Wishing Charles the best with his latest endeavor.

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      1. Thanks. Appreciate it.

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  7. Congrats, Charles, and best wishes.

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    1. Thank you, Tim.

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  8. Charles is such a prolific writer! Congrats to him on the new release, and thank you for hosting, John!

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    1. Thanks for the support, Jan

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    2. Thanks. Hoping to get my old production speed back next year even if I barely publish.

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  9. Sharing this a few extra places in hopes of driving traffic.

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      1. Thanks. Can’t wait to start the next adventure.

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  10. As Staci said, such a huge accomplishment, Charles! Congrats on your latest release. John, thanks so much for celebrating Charles on your site today!

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    1. Thank you, Mar. 😊

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    2. Thanks. Can’t wait to start on the next adventure

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  11. D.L. Finn, Author · · Reply

    Congrats on your latest release, Charles 🙂 I have the first books on my TBR list. Great excerpt and a great deal to put up the whole set!
    Thanks for hosting, John 🙂

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    1. Thank you, Denise. 😁

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    2. Thanks. Great to hear they’re on your list.

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  12. Curiosity definitely piqued, John. Thanks for sharing. Best to Charles. Hugs all around.

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    1. Thank you, Teagan. 😊

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    1. Thanks for sharing, Michael.

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      1. 😁 Always with a great pleasure, and thankful for the news, and the new thoughts, John. xx Michael

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  13. Congratulations to this new release, and thank you for sharing, John! xx Michael

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    1. Thanks. Appreciate the share too.

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      1. Thank you as well for writie so interesting books. Enjoy a beautiful Friday! xx Michael

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      2. Enjoy your Friday and weekend too.

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