The game plan for this series is to drop in a new episode once every three weeks. The schedule is tight; the authors are willing and the franchise moves forward full speed ahead. Paul D. Brazill has to be pleased with the many positive reviews he has received and the rankings he has enjoyed: not just here in the U.S.A. but also in the U.K. He has charted for sales in the Top 100 of Amazon for his category on both. My hope one day is to nail this busy guy down so I can pick his brain on my blogtalk show The G-ZONE.
Here is the synopsis of this installment:
“In Drunk on the Moon, Book Two: Fear The Night, thriller author Julia Madeleine, No One To Hear You Scream, drags werewolf- P I Roman Dalton from the murky corners of The City to the sleazy strip joints of Quebec to track down a missing girl and fight the hordes of the undead.”
Getting an inside look at how this is done is fascinating. Brazill has chosen his guest authors well. He has chosen them for their skill as well their genre specific abilities. Because of that, the storyline has continued in good hands. Roman Dalton has been done justice here and much more. If you are looking for a swift plot, a gripping, suspenseful digital short story, then this second installment is something that you can sink your fangs into and you need to get your paws on.
Paul D, Brazill’s Bio Info:
“Spinetingler Award nominee Paul D. Brazill was born in Hartlepool, England- yes, the place where they hung the monkey. He is currently on the lam in Bydgoszcz, Poland.
His stuff has appeared in loads of classy print and electronic magazines and anthologies, such as A Twist Of Noir, Beat To A Pulp, Crime Factory, Dark Valentine, Needle,Noir Nation, Pulp Ink,Powder Burn Flash,Blink Ink, Thrillers, Killers n Chillers &Radgepacket Volumes Four & Five.
He is a regular contributor to Pulp Metal Magazine and Mean Streets Magazine. He even has a story included in the 2011 Mammoth Book Of Best British Crime.
His short story collection '13 Shots Of Noir' will be published in 2011.
Drunk On The Moon is out now
It features Roman Dalton - a Werewolf PI.
Every month afterwards, Trestle Press will put out another story featuring Roman Dalton P I and characters from the story.
Some of those stories will be written by Paul D Brazill and others by guest writers. All will take place in the Roman Dalton/ Drunk On The Moon 'universe.'
The stories are only going to be $.99, a bargain for such quality entertainment.
Drunk On The Moon Book Two is Fear The Night by Julia Madeleine.
When a full moon fills the night sky, P I Roman Dalton becomes a werewolf and prowls the dark streets of the city battling creatures of evil. Paul D Brazill's Drunk On The Moon is an intense and hard-boiled noir / horror series, brought to you by some of the finest dark fiction writers around.
Spinetingler Award nominee Paul D. Brazill was born in England and lives in Poland. His writing has appeared in a number of magazines and anthologies, including the 2011 Mammoth Book Of Best British Crime. His short story collection '13 Shots Of Noir' will be published in 2011. He writes regularly for Pulp Metal Magazine and Mean Streets Magazine. His influential blog is You Would Say That, Wouldn't You? pdbrazill.blogspot.com/
"A great, rollicking fun read, full to the brim of Paul's usual gritty noir, northern humour and fiendish horror." - Matt Hilton, Dead Men's Dust, Judgment & Wrath & more.
"A crackling fun read that puts werewolves in a Sin City/hardboiled world" --Dave Zeltserman, Killer, Blood Crimes, Pariah, Outsourced & more...
" Yowza. I just bought Paul D. Brazill's newest offering, DRUNK ON THE MOON, a couple of hours ago and read it all the way through, my mouth agape on every single page." - Les Edgerton, Gumbo Ya-Ya,Monday's Meal, Hooked, The Bitch & more.
"This one just races by, in the best possible way. Dalton is a great character, and Paul D. Brazill does dark, seedy cityscapes about as well as anybody in the business. I'm looking forward to the forthcoming books in the series." - James Reasoner, Dust Devils, Tie A Black Ribbon & more.
"Paul D. Brazill's new series arrives with a howl! " Death By Killing.
"BUY THIS BOOK! IT IS A MASTER CLASS IN THE EXECUTION OF THE SHORT STORY FORMAT (and yes I am shouting)" - Ginger Nuts Of Horror
"Paul D. Brazill is widely known for his gritty Noir tales. He never fails to disappoint as a writer, you know when you read a Paul D. Brazill story you are in for a treat. This one's a bit different, merging crime and horror and Brazill carries it off to perfection. It has a great range of characters, some first class lines and a classic ending." - Richard Godwin, Apostle Rising.
"Slicker than a bag full of snails. More hard boiled than a bon bon factory. Grittier than a gravel sandwich. Darker than the heart of a politician. " - Daz's Short Book Reviews.
"This is a brilliant start to what promises to be a terrific series. I thoroughly enjoyed it and I'm very much looking forward to seeing how the stories develop. Don't miss out!" - Julie Morrigan, Gone Bad, Convictions.
His blog You Would Say That, Wouldn't You? is here: http://pdbrazill.blogspot.com/
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