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My first collection titled Seven Deadly Pleasures, Hippocampus Press, will be out of print soon. Copies are still currently available on Amazon or the Hippocampus site. This book contains the story “How Bria Died,” which appeared also in Paula Guran’s The Year’s Best … Continue reading

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“Phantom Effect” Explodes, and the “Goblet of Shock” Series Expands!

Forgive me, Father, for it has been too long since my last confession, heh, heh. Yes, I have been busy, and I am pleased to say that a couple of projects are starting to really take off. My new horror … Continue reading

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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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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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“Dead Red” is Rockin’

My latest endeavor ‘Dead Red’ has passed the 100 page mark, and I am at the place where the piece is almost writing itself. I am hoping it will be a good follow-up to ‘Phantom Effect,’ that which comes out … Continue reading

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My Review of ‘The Cliffhouse Haunting’ a Novel by Tamara Thorne and Alistair Cross

The Cliffhouse Haunting A Novel by Tamara Thorne and Alistair Cross * Spoiler Alert * To best enjoy The Cliffhouse Haunting, it might be necessary to revisit the origin (or at least the semi-recent history) of the carnival, and note … Continue reading

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