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Publications and Such

Why do you write horror? Why do you like metal? Why do you drive a Mustang? Why do you wear your heart on your sleeve? Because I see the cloud differently. Because I’ll never give up my love for a … Continue reading

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Some Don’t Even Know They Are Trolling

I put up a blog post yesterday, and some might say I was trolling. I am sensitive to this, as I have been bashed around at times since I started a Facebook in 2013, (mostly to meet other artists). I … Continue reading

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Castle of Horror Anthology / July 1st

Jason Henderson, author of Van Helsing, computer games, and several comic book series, is delving into editing and releasing his own anthologies. In a few days on July 1st, his antho titled “Castle of Horror,” named after his podcast, is … Continue reading

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Nemesis and Other Things

S.T. Joshi put together a new anthology with Hippocampus called Nemesis. I have a story in there, and all of us just sent bios. That means publication is coming soon. Exciting! I am enjoying writing the memoir The Electric 70’s. As I … Continue reading

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Latest News

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’ 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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“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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Close-up view of “How Bria Died” from the first collection titled “Seven Deadly Pleasures.”

I am new on Twitter, and I thought a nice celebration would be an in-depth view concerning different parts of my books. Today, I am going to talk about the opening story in my first collection, “Seven Deadly Pleasures” (2009 … 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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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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