Thursday, September 14, 2006

Danny Hawaii 'Live' On Thrilling Detective

3 billion years in the making, Danny Hawaii's debut adventure is up and at them in the latest issue of Thrilling Detective.

Read BREAKING IN and a slew of other fine PI material from the likes of Sarah Weinman, Kim Harrington, Russel McLean, and D.H. Reddall.

One of these days, I might even finish Mr. Hawaii's first novel.

But only if you ring in NOW, for the amazing low price of $1999.95!

Yes, you too can grab hold of the whole set of Danny Hawaii's misadventures in the ancient land of Rockabilly-nesia. Dance with the immortal Hula girls! Mix beats with the masters of funk and roll! Shamble your way through the fields with the local zombie hordes!

*needle scratches across record*

EDIT: If you're feeling a little ornery, try out the Redneck version of Danny Hawaii's debut, courtesy of the Dialectizer.


Unknown said...

Congrats, Mr. Hatadi. Can't wait to check out Danny's debut. But you had me at "Danny Hawaii."

Sandra Ruttan said...

Congrats Daniel!

Daniel Hatadi said...

Thanks folks, hopefully the story can live up to the name of the protagonist.

anne frasier said...

damn, damn, damn. i knew i shouldn't have gone over there. i have a ton of work to do tonight and had to tear myself away from the story. i can tell it's going to be great:

" I stepped out of Thornberg's office into the warm, dead air and walked up past the cafes filled with Oxford Street rejects doing their best to be seen."

oh yeah.

i didn't think of this the first time i read it, but now that i cut and pasted i'm thinking there's a bit of lou reed in there. very nice.

and what a wonderful cover.

okay, i swear to god the word verification robs from stuff already here. look at this one: cziwzdsy

healthbites - mary said...

Hey, Lou Reed hey...good going babe!