Ryan Bracha is 34 years worth of ideas just screaming to be unleashed on an unsuspecting public. By 24 he had written and directed his first feature film "Tales From Nowhere" which was well received and enjoyed a limited release around his native Yorkshire, his second screenplay "Dirt Merchants" never made it to screen but was an outlet for his desire to tell stories. Almost 4 years in the making, his debut novel, "Strangers Are Just Friends You Haven't Killed Yet" is a darkly comic satire based on the state of the media in the face of what appears to be a serial killer stalking the streets of Sheffield. His second novel, "Tomorrow's Chip Paper" deals with the way the world deals with a celebrity paedophile being held hostage in his own home. Also available are the wonderfully titled 'Bogies, and other equally messed up tales of love, lust, drugs and grandad porn', the dystopian satirical thriller, 'Paul Carter is a Dead Man' and most recently, the groundbreaking literary portmanteau style novel written with the help of eleven specially invited authors, 'Twelve Mad Men'
Work by Ryan Bracha:
*Tales From Nowhere - Screenplay (2005) *Dirt Merchants - Screenplay (2006) *Strangers Are Just Friends You Haven't Killed Yet - Novel (2012) *Tomorrow's Chip Paper - Novel (2013) *Bogies, and other equally messed up tales of love, lust, drugs and grandad porn' - Collection (2013) *Paul Carter is a Dead Man - Novel (2014) *Twelve Mad Men - Novel of stories (2014)