Tuesday, August 01, 2006

Hatadi On A Crimespree

NEWSFLASH!

The current issue of Crimespree Magazine has allowed me to grace its hallowed pages with an article called IS THE P.I. DEAD? More a plea than a piece of well-researched non fiction, it was inspired by my obsession with the fictional world of the private investigator.

Spinetingler's own Sandra Ruttan also makes her Crimespree debut in the very same issue. If she weren't Canadian, female, with fine red curly locks of hair and a completely different name we would be ... exactly the same. The mind boggles.

If you haven't subscribed to Crimespree and you're a fan of crime fiction, you're missing out.

Remedy this at: www.crimespreemag.com.

13 comments:

Mary said...

Good going! I think it deserves a drink or a night out at a nice Mexican restaurant, drinking magaritas ;-)

Daniel Hatadi said...

Which we'll do anyway. ;)

Duane Swierczynski said...

Congrats, Daniel! Can't wait to check it out.

JJ Stickney said...

Nice job!

Steven Torres said...

So people in Canada and Australia have gotten their issues and the guy in Connecticut is still waiting... I'd say you did great work, but, of course, I haven't read it yet.

Stephen Blackmoore said...

And an excellent article it is, too. Definitely deserving of margaritas and Mexican food.

Anonymous said...

Coal under pressure turns to diamond, writer under pressure turns to drink...

Daniel Hatadi said...

Thanks very much to everyone, except Anonymous, who is gutless and whose philosophy is all stolen from the film Mystery Men.

I know who are you are and I know where you live.

:)

anne frasier said...

great article, daniel!

Freedom of Press said...

We are sorry and surrender:

your counter-measures and editorial powers are ineed homed in on us

we are willing to stop spamming you if you will allow us return of the gaza's trip and a place to air our differences on your fine blog (a whinging wall if you will)

We who will be censored appologise and congratulate you on getting published (envious we are indeed)

Daniel Hatadi said...

You be good now y'all, you hear.

Sandra Ruttan said...

We would be exactly the same?

Except people might actually believe you capable of my protagonist's actions in that story...

M. G. Tarquini said...

I think this is way cool.