Hi! I’m H. Anthe Davis, dark-epic fantasy author with a Day Job. I live among cacti, under the devastating glare of the sun — which is why I’m rarely encountered outside. I don’t have any pets, alas, but I do have a bunch of geckos that cling to my window at night, waiting for moths to come into eating range. I like to think of them as pets I don’t have to walk.
I drink too much coffee, stay up way too late, watch a lot of bad horror movies, listen to weird electronic music, and should probably learn to put the editing pen down. Put it down, H… Put it down!
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The War of Memory Cycle takes place in an animistic fantasy world of grasping imperialists, god-directed cults, spirit-touched shapeshifters, manmade monsters, suppressed (and suppressive) magic, chemical and arcane mind-control, and the civilians and soldiers trapped in the middle of it all. It has touches of both science fiction and horror, and includes strong themes of identity, trauma, religious conflict, LGBTQIA, and some serious body horror. I enjoy writing that last part maybe a bit too much.
All text on this blog is by H. Anthe Davis unless otherwise noted.
All art on this blog is by H. Anthe Davis, D. D. Phillips or Alexandra Fitzgerald unless otherwise noted — except for the culture composites (which were sourced haphazardly from the web, my apologies). If your art or photography has shown up in one of the composites, please tell me so I can credit you.
Background for The Light of Kerrindryr, The Splintered Eye, The Living Throne and The Drowning Dark covers taken from FantasyStock.
Computer-drawn maps were made with the GIMP 2 software and the Hand-Drawn Map Tutorial by Gidde of the Cartographer’s Guild, with terrain brushes by Gidde. Other GIMP 2 art may include brushes by Hawksmont, danieeel31, duskblue, Obsidian Dawn and Free-Brushes.