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Danny Hogan

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I was the bassist and founding member of Oi!/street punk band Gundog, had my own stall in Camden market and ran English pubs in Paris, France for six years until I threw myself full time into writing and publishing.

I write pulp and post-apocalyptic stuff and produce pulp stories for other authors. I also market authors for Indepenpress Publishing so you could say that I live and breath publishing and literature.

Killer Tease live-action trailer

Just to let you know that the Killer Tease live-action trailer starring the famed alt model Nina Kate as Eloise Murphy and filmed at Create Studios in Brighton (http://welovecreate.com/). Nina Kate also has her own line in clothing, including some of the pieces she wore the video (www.janedoelatex.com/).

Anyways here's the Killer Tease trailer in all its glory:
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Published on December 20, 2011 07:50 Tags: book-trailer, killer-tease, pulp, video
Average rating: 4.39 · 69 ratings · 12 reviews · 6 distinct works
Killer Tease

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Brit Grit Too

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Laughing at the Death Grin!

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Jailbait Justice

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The Windowlicker Maker

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Jailbait Justice: The Girl with the Big Iron on Her Hip (Science Fiction & Fantasy)
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Description: Set fifty years into an uncertain future, an unnamed apocalypse has sent civilization two hundred years into the past. The once proud state of Texas has been literally returned to its wild west origins. Enter a gunfighter, Jezebel Misery St. Etienne, young and vicious. Although she will do anything to escape an honest day's labour she is righteous of heart and strong of spirit. From her home in Austin she is called upon to escort a girl called Alice across the badlands of East Texas, filled with savage mutants and evil outlaws, to Houston. Little does she know that Alice is seeking vengeance against the posse that decimated her family, and that by the end, it will be Jezebel herself who will be seeking that vengeance. Her and her old .44.

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