Paul D Brazill’s Review of 2012.


Today, we have the lovely Paul D Brazill recounting his 2012 for our consumption. He may be a man of few words but the ones he uses are pretty good. 
Paul D Brazill
2012 has been a pretty great year for you. Do you have a favourite memory professionally?
Lots and lots. It was great getting the True Brit Grit and Drunk On The Moon anthos ‘out there’ after the problems with the ex-publisher. And getting my writing translated into Italian by Atlantis was pretty tasty!
And how about a favourite moment from 2012 generally? 
I don’t ‘do’ current affairs and have only a small idea of what’s going on in the outside world but Euro 2012 was good fun and gave the Polish pub industry a kick up the dupa, which can only be a good thing.
Favourite book in 2012?
Loads and loads but Ian Ayris’ ‘Abide With Me’ was certainly a special book.
Favourite film of 2012?
‘God Bless America’, of course. Bobcat Goldthwaite is THE MAN!
Favourite song of the year?
Not only do I not ‘do’ current affairs, I don’t follow ‘the pops’. But my mate Richard Sanderson’s recent ‘Songs’ LP is choc full of good stuff!
death on a hot afternoon
Any downsides for you in 2012?
Accentuate the positives Vic! The inernet is full of moaning minnies so I try not to join in with them.
Are you making resolutions for 2013?
Live long and prosper!
What are you hoping for from 2013?
Only good things!
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3 responses to “Paul D Brazill’s Review of 2012.

  1. Thanks for letting me gatecrash, Vic. Happy New year!

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