Huss unveiled

It’s always nice to reveal the cover art of the next novel. BL recently posted this imposing piece of artwork up on the main site, which I thought I’d share:

So there he is: Luthor Huss in all his slightly-crazed glory. I’m a huge fan of Cheoljoo Lee’s work on the Warhammer Heroes covers, and he’s excelled himself again here. And what’s that on his forehead? It’s a phylactery – a miniature reliquary full of holy scripture. Thanks are due to Darius Hinks, author of the splendid Warrior Priest, for confirming that piece of lore. Which I obviously knew before I started writing. Ahem.

Anyhow, work continues apace on the manuscript for Luthor Huss, but there has been a bit of time over the last few weeks to do a couple of interviews as well. One of them has just gone up over at the Civilian Reader site (see here), where there are also detailed reviews for Sword of Justice and the ubiquitous Battle of the Fang.

In addition, there’s a whole feature on BL in this month’s SFX magazine. I did an interview for them as part of this, and there’s a review of Fang in there too. I haven’t had a chance to see this yet, but fingers crossed it came out well. For a run down of what’s in the print issue, including a mean ‘n moody shot of BL supremo George Mann, head over here.