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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 – My Latest Release!

Phantom Effect Serial killer Jonathan Martin Delaware Deseronto is stuck with two flat tires on an abandoned construction site with the body of his latest victim, the lovely co-ed Marissa Madison, in the trunk. What he doesn’t realize is that … Continue reading

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‘Phantom Effect’ is LIVE!

Today is the day before ‘Phantom Effect’ comes out through Night Shade Books. This is my most bold piece, that in effect, took a lifetime to write. This is my biggest stage, as Night Shade/Skyhorse is the most prestigious publisher … 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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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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“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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Guest Post: Vito Gulla

Vito is a fellow professor at Delaware County Community College, a friend, and a phenomenal writer. His comments here concerning literary versus genre fiction are enlightening, though I might add that many pieces of classic “literary fiction” were originally meant … Continue reading

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