The Last Page Goes to Trade

Posted by Anthony H - November 19th, 2013

Hey there.  Just an update that The Last Page will go to trade paper and get a great facelift in the process.  The new cover is completely bad ass.  Enjoy. Read More »

Guest Blog at Dribble of Ink

Posted by Anthony H - March 5th, 2013

Aidan asked me to do a guest blog on media impact in a fantasy setting and why I chose to use media in my novels.  You can check it out here:

A Chat With Dave Truesdale

Posted by Anthony H - November 1st, 2012

I had a very nice time talking with Dave Truesdale a while back.  He read Black Bottle without having read The Last Page .   The result: I was shocked speechless that he understood what was going on in the book.  Best part is he loved it.  Interview with him is up at SFSite.

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Some Reviews for Black Bottle

Posted by Anthony H - September 11th, 2012

Some nice reviews came out recently, which means that a few folks liked or appreciated what I was trying to do.  Black Gate read Black Bottle, check out the review here.  Rising Shadow has a look here: I’m especially pleased when I can manage to reach folks from other countries (Finland in this case).  And Bookgasm was exceptionally brave and tackled Black Bottle without having read The Last Page first (imagine that!)

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New Story at Amazon and Smashwords

Posted by Anthony H - April 24th, 2012

Update: You can now also get it here at Smashwords for a conscience-dictated price.

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Sometimes When You Are a Game Developer…

Posted by Anthony H - November 16th, 2011

… your life becomes hectic. Days blend into each other and your time is either spent working or sleeping and recuperating.  This is my life right now, albeit for good reasons. Everyone who buys a copy of Skyrim will see a color flyer in the box for “Dishonored” which is our game. We’re all very proud of it and are excited about the process of development.

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Process of Post Process

Posted by Anthony H - June 16th, 2011

Fast, dirty blogging this morning.

If you’re me, which you’re not, you get an email from your editor round about April 22 saying that they are “very very happy” with the book and that here are the last few markups: *yay*.  You then proceed to check off those markups and finish the assigned work in about three days.  No problem.  What happens next is that you know deep down that this is your last chance to modify…so you decide to do ONE MORE read-through.

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