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An extract from The Switched

Posted by ryanbracha on April 30, 2015 at 2:20 PM Comments comments (0)

The following is a prime example of what you can expect The Switched to offer you. It really is the finest work that I can physically create at the minute. I hope you agree. You can pre-order The Switched on Amazon now, and it's released on June 15th. For UK readers it's here and for US readers it's

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The first chapter of Twelve Nights at Table Six

Posted by ryanbracha on February 21, 2015 at 10:20 AM Comments comments (0)

The following is the first draft of the first chapter of the forthcoming novel-of-stories, Twelve Nights at Table Six. To give you a feel for the seedy atmosphere of the high class Little King's restaurant.



Day one


I breeze past Rupert at the front of the restaurant at a quarter to seven. He doesn’t acknowledge me, and neither do I him. Mr Maître D. The cunt thinks he owns the place but the truth of it is that he’s fucking...

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Jeremy Bracsman Vs Allen Miles

Posted by ryanbracha on October 25, 2014 at 5:40 AM Comments comments (0)

Bracsman Vs Allen Miles

Now then. It's been a while, and a good friend of mine, Ryan Bracha, has only gone and fucking extended the Abrachadabra name. Originally just a name he put his own books out under, he's decided that what the publishing industry needed was a labe...

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Jeremy Bracsman Vs Paul D. Brazill

Posted by ryanbracha on May 31, 2014 at 7:35 AM Comments comments (8)

You know those times where you suddenly stop what you're doing and you think to yourself, Who does Leonardo DiCaprio think would win a fight between a Swan with a knife or a Rabbit with a gun? or What's the best thing Jack Nicholson could build with Lego? Well,

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Jeremy Bracsman Vs Rewan Tremethick

Posted by ryanbracha on May 27, 2014 at 1:15 PM Comments comments (0)

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Now then you bunch of ratbags. It's Question Time again with me, Jeremy Bracsman. Today I'm up against debut author Rewan Tremethick with the superb name, but I'm not here to kiss the arse of people who name people. I'm here to put some real highbrow questions his way. ...

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Jeremy Bracsman Vs Craig Furchtenicht

Posted by ryanbracha on May 27, 2014 at 12:45 AM Comments comments (0)

Now then shit bags. I'm Jeremy Bracsman, the most feared interviewer this side of Jeremy Paxman. I ask the questions nobody else dare. I ask the important stuff. If you don't like my in-your-face style then you can go and take your fucking face for a shit. Anyway, my first interviewee is one Craig Furchtenicht. He's the author of one of my favourite indie-published novels, Dim...

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Review - J. David Osborne: Our Blood in its Blind Circuit

Posted by ryanbracha on May 16, 2014 at 2:35 PM Comments comments (0)

Rating: *****

Broken River Books head honcho J. David Osborne is a writer that intrigues me. His extremely strong online presence has caught my eye on several occasions, not to mention the absolute works of art that are the covers of the books his imprint puts out. So when Our Blood in its Blind Circuit was a...

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The Four Way Interview. Featuring me, Gerard Brennan, Keith Nixon and Mark Wilson

Posted by ryanbracha on May 16, 2014 at 2:05 PM Comments comments (0)

Last month, I was invited to take part in something a bit new by Gerard Brennan, along with fellow authors and friends, Keith and Mark. It was a bit of an interview relay, whereby we would each ask a question to everybody else, just to see what makes the others tick, and to generally get some shit off of our minds. Here's how it went.

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Review - Ignatious Doode: Consequences

Posted by ryanbracha on May 16, 2014 at 2:00 PM Comments comments (0)

Rating: ****





"Things in life ain't always quite what they seem, there's more than one given angle to any one given scene..."


That lyric's from a quite awesome track by a quite awesome act, and it's about not taking situations at face value, that there might be unknown acts by whoever which can often have ...

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Review - Pete Sortwell: More Village Idiot Reviews

Posted by ryanbracha on May 16, 2014 at 2:00 PM Comments comments (0)

Rating: ***

I picked this up when free, and it came recommended from some respectable places. I'm not entirely sure what to say about it, but I'll do my best.


It's a sequel, of sorts, but I was assured would be easily pick-up-able as a standalone book, and it is. It's a series of fictional review-cum-vignettes written by the population of ...

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