Paul D. Brazill has become a very popular guy this summer. Today, Weds. August 17th I am going to be handing my blog over to the man’s work to highlight it. He has penned the “Drunk on the Moon” series that has just been on fire since the first installment and has not let up at all. Now he has put out a little something he calls “Brit Grit”, a group of short stories. Both words in the title are very appropriate. The wording has a decidedly British feel and it does contain that moxie, steel and mojo that the Brits are famous for, a very powerful combination in the hands of Mr. Brazill. Personally I enjoyed both the substance and form that was shown in the stories. Is it terse, is it a bit over the top, is it a little too much of everything? Yes, Yes, and Yes, but all in good ways. I couldn’t help but smile, chuckle and shake my head all throughout the read. To evoke as many different emotions as he did, in such a short time frame, just amazes me and makes his lore that much more. “He did have to say that didn’t he?” Grab this; it is just $.99, and will return to you way more than that in laughs, fun, head shakes and smiles.
“Brit Grit, Paul D Brazill's first short sharp story collection, casts a bleary eye over Britain's' grubby underbelly in nine hard hitting crime stories. The collection includes Guns of Brixton, which was chosen for The Mammoth Book of Best British Crime 2011.
Spinetingler Award nominee Paul D Brazill has had stories in loads of classy print and electronic magazines and anthologies, such as A Twist Of Noir, Beat To A Pulp, Crime Factory, Dark Valentine, Deadly Treats, Dirty Noir, Needle, Powder Burn Flash, Thrillers, Killers n Chillers, Noir Nation, Pulp Ink, Pulp Pusher, Radgepacket Volumes Four and Five, Shotgun Honey& The Mammoth Book Of Best British Crime Volume 8.
He writes for Pulp Metal Magazine and Mean Streets.His blog, You Would Say That, Wouldn't You? is here:http://pdbrazill.blogspot.com/
He is the creator of the horror/noir series, Drunk on the Moon, published by Trestle Press.”
New from Trestle Press authors this week: Chantal Boudreau “Weighing Fate”, Mark Cooper “How I met Your Mother”, Darren Sant “A Good Day”, Mark Miller “Daniel’s Lot” & “Meant to Be”, Wenona Hulsey “Burden of Blood”, Joan Meijer “The Rescue”, Robert Ford “The Curse of The Translucent Monster”, Laurie Bowler “Fangs, Inc. The Tortured Revelations”, Michelle Vasquez “Second Hand Bookstore”, Ed & Eunice Vought “Best Friends #4” , Thad Brown, “Lights Out”, William Tooker,”Bad Angels”, April Pohren, “Dream Me To Death”, Angelique LaFontaine & Eddie Frantom,”Thirty -1 Reckless”’ John Reed “Winter Hill Exhumed”, Allan Leverone/Paul D. Brazill ” The Darke Affair”, Julia Madeleine “The Devil’s Music: Raised in Hell”, Paul D. Brazill “Brit Grit”, Molly Edwards “The Willow Spring Killer”.