Who Is On Deck For “Drunk On The Moon”

Good morning to everyone and I hope that your 4th of July holiday weekend is rolling right along. Today on my Facebook I am putting up videos  from one hit wonders of the 80’s; chime in on your favorite and suggest a few while you are there. I will be doing it all weekend as long as I am not picnicking with the family. Back to business: The new Paul D. Brazill series, “Drunk on the Moon”, is gaining some serious attention among authors. The list of authors wanting to participate is an international all-star team to say the least. Here is who is on deck to take their at bat with the series:


Paul D Brazill - http://www.amazon.com/Paul-D-Brazill/e/B0043PKWY2/ref=ntt_dp_epwbk_2

Vincent Zandri- http://www.amazon.com/gp/search/ref=sr_tc_2_0?rh=i%3Astripbooks%2Ck...

Julia Madeleine- http://www.juliamadeleine.com/

Benjamin  Sobieck- http://crimefictionbook.com/

Richard Godwin- http://www.richardgodwin.net/

Katherine Tomlinson- http://www.katherinetomlinson.com/

Frank Duffy- http://sideshowpressonline.com/?p=146

B R Stateham- http://www.amazon.com/B.R.-Stateham/e/B004DK4EDC/ref=ntt_athr_dp_pel_1

Jason Michel- http://coabd.wordpress.com/

John Donald Carlucci- http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias%3Daps&f...

Cormac Brown- http://cormacwrites.blogspot.com/


As you can see we are off to a fast start. The anticipation is high for this series, and expectations are for this to be nothing short of a barnburner time in and time out. As I look up and down this list of author’s names, I see nothing to dissuade me from thinking that. Add in the fact that Paul D. Brazill is one of the largest names in noir/crime fiction/hard boiled/mystery/horror and the combination is just ripe for explosive reads time and time again. Wait it gets better. How can that be? Paul and Trestle Press have agreed to price this series at $.99 a download. Get your e-reader ready; these are going to be coming at you hard and fast. The best of the best, bending, twisting and mutilating (haha, the main character is a werewolf remember) it is all for us the reader, taking the genre to new heights and places it hasn’t been yet! Totally cutting edge stuff from Paul D. Brazill and Trestle Press. 


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