Trestle Press/ Brit Grit/ Drunk On the Moon – UPDATE!

UPDATE: I sent this letter to Trestle Press yesterday. ‘I would like to request that the following Ebooks that I have authored – and have been published by Trestle Press- be removed from sale:   Drunk On the Moon        Brit Grit       I would also like to request that the storyContinue reading “Trestle Press/ Brit Grit/ Drunk On the Moon – UPDATE!”

Out Now: 13 Shots Of Noir by Paul D Brazill

  English writer Paul D Brazill’s 13 Shots Of Noir is a collection of short stories in the vein of Roald Dahl, The Twilight Zone and Alfred Hitchcock Presents.The first story, “The Tut”, was nominated for a 2010 Spinetingler Award, while the story “Anger Management” was chosen as one of the Predators and Editors topContinue reading “Out Now: 13 Shots Of Noir by Paul D Brazill”

Laughing At The Death Grin! Out Now FROM Pulp Metal Fiction

  Laughing At The Death Grin! A short fiction anthology from PULP METAL MAGAZINE. Edited by JASON MICHEL with stories from   U V RAY, RICHARD GODWIN   B R STATEHAM   HEATH LOWRENCE    IAN AYRIS,   CHRIS RHATIGAN   FRANK DUFFY JODI MCARTHUR   & MORE including ME!   Get it HERE!  Continue reading “Laughing At The Death Grin! Out Now FROM Pulp Metal Fiction”

Recommended Read: Dave Zeltserman’s Dying Memories

Dave Zeltserman’s Dying Memories is a gripping 21st century thriller which mixes up Hitchcock and The X Files.  It’s the fast paced story of the wrong man in the wrong place at the wrong time. Twists and turns abound as you rush toward a satisfying climax. I don’t know what the eBook term for aContinue reading “Recommended Read: Dave Zeltserman’s Dying Memories”


The stagecoach shook and rattled, like a drunk in the first stages of withdrawal, invading Frank’s dreams and dragging him into consciousness. He wrenched open his eyes, but the day was as bright as a migraine, and he clamped them shut again.    He counted to ten and slowly and peeled back his eyelids.   The coach was hotContinue reading “CRIMSON TRAIL BY PAUL D BRAZILL”


I was in the band Halcyon Days  from 1981 to 1982. The band was Richard Sanderson (guitar/vocal), me (bass),Peter Ord (guitar) and Ronnie Burke (drums).   As Richard says: ‘One of the odder unfinished projects was “Sweeney!” from which these three tracks came. Influenced by the 70’s cop show of the time, we conspired toContinue reading “SWEENEY! BY HALCYON DAYS”


Another, well hyped book that I read recently was Stuart Neville’s THE TWELVE aka THE GHOSTS OF BELFAST. It’s the story of a killer who is literally haunted by the ghosts of his victims.   Does is live up to the buzz. Yes, oh yes. Incredibly tense and  moving with some beautifully written  passages thatContinue reading “Recommended Read: THE TWELVE BY STUART NEVILLE”

The Post Punk Peter Hammill – Richard Sanderson

In his introduction to his  Postpunksampler 2, the legendary Julian Cope says tells this story: ‘In 1979, a smart, cool-looking guy called Richard Sanderson came backstage after a (Teardrop Explodes) Middlesborough show and gave me a bedroom recording of his quartet Drop. In his manner, style and quiet confidence, Richard was the Peter Hammill ofContinue reading “The Post Punk Peter Hammill – Richard Sanderson”