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!

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

About maronovitz2015

Michael Aronovitz is a college Professor of English. He is also a horror writer and rock music critic. -Seven Deadly Pleasures, (Collection), Hippocampus Press, 2009 -Alice Walks, (Novel-Hard Cover), Centipede Press, 2013 (Paperback), Dark Renaissance Books, 2014, (Electronic Version) Cemetery Dance Publications, 2016 -The Voices in Our Heads, (Collection), Horrified Press, 2014 -The Witch of the Wood, (Novel), Hippocampus Press, 2015 -Phantom Effect, (Novel), Night Shade / Skyhorse Publications, 2016 -Dancing With Tombstones, (Omnibus Lifetime Collection), Cemetery Dance Publications, fall 2021. -The Sculptor, (Novel), Night Shade / Skyhorse Publications, fall 2021. -More than fifty short stories published in magazines and anthologies. More than one hundred published music reviews.
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