Category Archives: Scary

“Quest for Sadness” from ‘Seven Deadly Pleasures.’

The third story in the ‘Seven Deadly Pleasures’ collection is surely the creepiest, titled “Quest for Sadness.’ Though the tale went through multiple drafts, it was pretty much completed after the first run, written over the span of one snow … Continue reading

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Almost Sold Out “Alice Walks”

There are only three copies left of the hardcover version of Alice Walks, my first novel with the lovely artwork by Sam Araya. Centipede Press did a fabulous job with this, and to sell out the run of initially 300 pieces … Continue reading

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“Becky’s Kiss” is live for pre-order!!

It is no secret, really. I wrote a young adult love story so different than my other hard core adult horror material that I released it under the name Nicholas Fisher. I have been talking about this book for some … Continue reading

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3D Cover Reveal!

Check out the pretty, pretty 3d version of the cover for my upcoming YA novel Becky’s Kiss, coming out November 30th!

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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 … Continue reading

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Announcement Page for new YA Novel

The folks at Vinspire Press have developed an awesome announcement page for my first young adult novel, titled ‘Becky’s Kiss’ that I plan to show soon. The release date for the book is at the end of this November and … Continue reading

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Nice Review of ‘Witch’

A short blog entry today! I saw a nice review of my 2nd (and latest) novel ‘The Witch of the Wood.’ This came out fairly recently, and I wanted to share! http://thisdarkmatter.com/reviews/witch-wood-michael-aronovitz/

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Review of The Crimson Corset by Alistair Cross

I have done a number of professional reviews over the past few years, and while I still primarily think of myself as a fiction writer, I have been hoping that the critiques would warrant their own sort of merit. Fiction … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Marie Lavender

Marie Lavender is a wonderful romance genre writer I have been lucky enough to call my friend. This is her massive guest blog through which she invited a number of writers to talk about her craft. Thank you, Marie. Pick … Continue reading

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New Blog Post on SFF WORLD!

A short entry here. I am proud to say that my latest blog post features me on SFF WORLD, a rocking blog that often hosts wonderful writers. Here, I talk about my process. I am proud of this one! http://www.sffworld.com/2015/07/the-complicated-process-of-writing-by-michael-aronovitz/

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