Posts Tagged ‘Hebrew’

‘Secret Thoughts’ Review over at Don’t Panic

December 31, 2012

As you no doubt recall, my book Secret Thoughts came out last year in the US and a few weeks ago in Israel, translated into Hebrew. The first review is in. If you can read Hebrew, check it out over at the online magazine, Don’t Panic.

Here’s the last line: “Together, the three stories, succeed well in unveiling the hidden and the unhidden in our humanity. The result is an interesting, at some parts emotional, and very human book.”

Secret Thoughts

Secret Thoughts, by Guy Hasson

Secret Thoughts, now in Hebrew

Secret Thoughts, now in Hebrew

Article: ‘The Perils of an Overactive Imagination’

November 2, 2012

The website of the Israeli Science Fiction and Fantasy Association published my article, The Perils of an Overactive Imagination.


The article is in Hebrew. It was originally published in English at the Apex Publications blog.


The article details what happens to an SF authors’ mind when he stops writing.

‘Secret Thoughts’ Released in Israel

October 3, 2012

The SF book, Secret Thoughts, was just released in Israel. Right now, it’s available at the ICon 2012 SF festival. Next week, it’ll be in stores.


The original English version is available for sale here.


‘Secret Thoughts’ Cover Revealed

August 30, 2012

The Hebrew translation of my book, Secret Thoughts, is due out in a few weeks in paperback by Yaniv Publishing. Secret Thoughts was published last year by The Apex Book Company. Here’s a link to Apex’s Secret Thoughts page.


In the meantime, here’s the cool cover:

Secret Thoughts, now in Hebrew

Positive Review for the Online Video Series ‘Seeing Red’

September 12, 2010

The magazine Mammon (‘Finance’), which appears in the daily newspaper Yedioth Ahronoth, has an article about web-only video series. When covering Israeli web-series, it mentions my online daily series, ‘Seeing Red’: “Exceptional in this dry wasteland is ‘Seeing Red’, a short suspense series created by Guy Hasson.”

Seeing Red

'Mammon Review'

‘Mammon’ Review