Welcome to my private page on here -- if you want to know more about me go visit my AuthorsDen.com location where you can access this by going to “nickolausapacione” and you will see some of my bibliography via http://www.pinterest.com/nickpacione (my imprint is registered with Pinterest along with PayPal.com.
I was already a veteran author at age 25 online -- (when I was published in print I was already writing 14 years,) and I blog on tumblr.com.
I’ve been writing horror since I was 14 and science fiction when I was 27 years old in 2004 on the verge of turning 28 years old. I became published on my 28th birthday and run a micropress imprint; my AuthorsDen.com location will take you there as will my google+ profile if you punch in firstname.lastname@example.org.
Guidelines for my magazine will be located at tumblr.com, http://nickpacione.tumblr.com is where I can be followed. My books are at the count of now six written so far, several chapbooks, nine anthologies, and 13 issues of a magazine I run called The Ethereal Gazette. I’ve been a publisher for quite some time.
I have several stories in my own magazine and if you want this; go to TheBookPatch.com and buy this one.
I am known professionally as Nickolaus A. Pacione or in creative nonfiction circles, N. A. Pacione -- sometimes write as the pseudonym, Lloyd Phillip Campbell, as my house pseudonym If you want to hang out with me on my public page -- I am on here as http://www.facebook.com/napacione.
I do have a few books I authored and you want to check them out; go visit TheBookPatch.com [here's one of them http://thebp.site/68266] and sign up there. I am a bachelor and attracted to women (guys go keep walking because I am not a homo.)
https://twitter.com/nickwashere1976/status/696948121159528448 this tweet will tell the controversy with The Pattern of Diagnosis. I am known for a creative nonfiction breakout that came out in 2002 called The Cabbie Homicide. Then was introduced in the pages of Withersin Magazine on their maiden issue with Apt. #2W as the revised version appears in the 10th issue of my own magazine. Cabbie is often compared to The Tell-Tale Heart but hits much harder with the language.
Chicago Tribune chronicled the case between 1993-1994 as my five year memoir deconstructed the events leading into the true crime yarn that plays up with psychological horror hallmarks. The Pattern of Diagnosis you can get further into the story on my tumblr blog as I feature the play from the story.