Literature Tips: Nicholas Fisher

Hey World!

I am on Twitter now as “Michael Aronovitz” and also my young adult fiction author’s pseudonym “Nicholas Fisher.” I am in that wonderful position where I have a novel coming out through both personas in the next few months. Nicholas Fisher releases Becky’s Kiss through Vinspire Press on November 30th, and Michael Aronovitz the hard core in-your-face horror freak releases Phantom Effect through Night Shade Books February 2nd, 2016.

For the Nicholas Fisher audience (not just young adult I hope) I am putting a “literature tip” on the “About Page” at the bottom by the “Blog” heading each day. I am making comments on theme and content of the classics we read in high school, some alternative interpretations you might find interesting! Check it out!

http://nicholasfisherbooks.weebly.com/about.html

And I welcome folks to follow me on Twitter, under either author’s name!!

https://twitter.com/nichola03538773

https://twitter.com/maronovitz2

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About maronovitz2015

Michael Aronovitz published his first collection titled Seven Deadly Pleasures through Hippocampus Press in 2009. His first novel Alice Walks came out in a hardcover edition by Centipede Press in 2013, and Dark Renaissance Books published the paperback version in 2014. Aronovitz’s second collection, The Voices in Our Heads was published by Horrified Press in 2014, and The Witch of the Wood, came out through Hippocampus Press in early 2015. Aronovitz’s first young adult novel Becky’s Kiss will be appearing through Vinspire Press in the fall of 2015 and his third hard core adult horror novel titled Phantom Effect will be published by Night Shade Books in the fall of 2015. Michael Aronovitz is a college professor of English and lives with his wife and son in Wynnewood, Pennsylvania.
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