Posts Tagged ‘review’

New Worlds Comics Is Launched!

February 26, 2014

New Worlds Comics is finally online.

We are a new digital independent comic book publisher. ‘Digital’ means we are only digital. This means that there are no hard copies and you can’t find us in stores. Here are some of the reviews we got:

Review roundup for Wynter #1:

“If you call yourself a science fiction fan this shouldn’t be required reading but necessary for you to exist.” – Adventures in Poor Taste. Score: 10 out of 10.

“Once in a while a new book shows up out of nowhere and reminds you why you love comics in the first place.” Rhymes with Geek. Score: 10 out of 10.

“Sci-Fi extravaganza” with “astonishing art.” Fortress of Solitude. Score: A+.

Review roundup for Goof #1

“I recommend Goof for any realistic superhero fans who enjoy a good laugh when reading.” – World of Superheroes

“This book is an absolute riot. I found myself laughing out loud.”
“This is definitely a book to look out for!” – Following the Nerd

““Funny!” “It’s great fun! I really liked it!” – Nerdlocker


Check it out for yourselves:

New Worlds Comics website.

New Worlds Comics on Twitter.

New Worlds Comics on Facebook.

Wynter, Issue #1

Wynter, Issue #1

Goofiest superhero ever.

Goof, Issue #1

The Emoticon Generation Book Tour

April 3, 2013

The Emoticon Generation book tour just launched over at The Little Red Reviewer’s blog. The tour will feature nine different blogs and will have reviews, interviews, and giveaways!


Here’s Little Red Reviewer’s announcement of the blog tour. And here’s the schedule:


Little Red Reviewer – April 2nd
Over the Effing Rainbow – April 4th
Dab of Darkness – April 6th
Attack of the Books! – April 8th
Postcards from La La Land – April 10th
My Bookish Ways – April 12th
Lynn’s Book Blog – April 14th
Two Dudes in an Attic – April 16th
A Fantastical Librarian  – April 18th


New Review for ‘The Emoticon Generation’

February 23, 2013

The Little Red Reviewer has just posted a review of my latest book, The Emoticon Generation.

Here are a few a few quotes:

His [last] collection Secret Thoughts was about how people deal with naturally ocurring telepathy, and his newest collection, The Emoticon Generation, is about the intersection of people and technology. I should have expected it would be weirder and more dangerous than the intersection of people and telepathy!


What makes this new collection so compelling is that with today’s technology we’re only a few years away from many of these stories becoming non-fiction.


These are character driven stories, and it’s  nice to see characters who demand to know what’s happening and take steps to find out, instead of passively allowing things to happen to them.  The truth might set us free, but sometimes it shatters us first.


Read Little Red Reviewer’s full review.

The Emoticon Generation by Guy Hasson

The Emoticon Generation at Amazon

‘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

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