I write Science Fiction, Fantasy and occasionally Horror, and am a proud graduate of the Writing Popular Fiction Program at Seton Hill University.

I also have an opinion, and I’m not afraid to use it…


5 comments so far

  1. Nobody Important on

    Dude… that’s awesome

  2. Nickolaus A. Pacione on

    Popular fiction — wow, I wish I had the capability or the skill to write this well. If I actually tried to learn or listened to people when they said I needed a copy of “Strunk & White’s Elements of Style.” I wouldn’t be considered such a fool… I might even be half as good as Kealan Patrick Burke, Mary Sangiovanni, and Cherie M. Priest. As it is, I can’t even handle full sentences, and think that a silly copy/paste prank by Robert L. Baupader is an act of plagiarism. I wish I had a best friend who could verify me flipping a guy in Cabrini the day before my sister was born — actually it was me flipping the bird to a camera for a selfie, but I forgot I had the lens cap on. Incestual desires aside, I guess the best thing for me to do is try to get a day job, since I can’t make any money with my poorly made anthologies…

  3. Nickolaus A. Pacione on

    Hey, Mike. Thanks for editing my comments. I have a very hard time with the basics of grammar and spelling. One of these days I’ll save enough money to buy a copy of “Strunk & White’s Elements of Style.” Otherwise people will rightfully think of me as a fake writer.

  4. Nickolaus A. Pacione on

    I also have deep seated issues with narcissism, which makes me attempt to compare actual tragedies to negative comments about my work. It’s ridiculous when I take my meds properly, get my decades of therapy and think about it — which is hard. I mean, I can’t even comprehend the difference between “your” and “you’re,” how can anyone expect me to be a real writer?

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