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Nickolaus Albert Pacione Delivers: A Library Of Unknown Horrors

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by: Nickolaus Pacione with et. al.
Books with a 2 star rating  (18)
Publication Date: November 6, 2015
Book Size: 5.83" x 8.26"
Pages: 302
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781944241001
$13.94

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Book Synopsis
This anthology I did a lot of research on over the years as it got placed in The Edgar Allan Poe Museum in one form. This version will be one of the historic sizes I had it when I had originally released the book. Features work by Edgar Allan Poe and H. P. Lovecraft from the public domain and introduced Fatima Stephens as she wrote under a pen name at the time and Joline Lieck who now writes as Joslyn Corvis.

Some of the writes some of us are in touch both others went their own ways. Some by industry politics and others for personal reasons. Since this has a new ISBN; let's have some fun with it -- and please note: All the contributors retain their original copyrights and not sure how many various author anthologies are listed but this I hope it contributors the Parthenon of anthologies that are out there. It would look good on your "man card" and if I catch you with Wicked I am taking your "Man Card."
Customer Comments

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Anonymous
Posted: November 6, 2015
Customer comment 0 star rating
The paper is too harsh to wipe with, but it would keep you warm for a few minutes if you burned it.

Those are the only two sensible options with this book. Reading it certainly isn't one.
Marc Lyth
Posted: November 6, 2015
Customer comment 0 star rating
The paper is too harsh to wipe with, but it would keep you warm for a few minutes if you burned it.

Those are the only two sensible options with this book. Reading it certainly isn't one.
Marc Lyth
Posted: November 6, 2015
Customer comment 1 star rating
The paper is too harsh to wipe with, but it would keep you warm for a few minutes if you burned it.

Those are the only two sensible options with this book. Reading it certainly isn't one.
Nickolaus Pacione
Posted: November 6, 2015
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Ladies and Gents this one who got me nearly unpublished showed up and if you have any questions about his anthology he appeared in I can pulled this out for you as Lyth decided show his head. The namesake's look now well the handwritten synopsis shows up better in this version. http://exaggeratedpress.weebly.com/monster-book.html this is the anthology he appeared in on a rebound where he tried to turn the magazine he appeared in out of print well I am planning to bring Issue Ten here as he's sore about the insult that revealed a lot of truth about him.

Lyth why don't you go to video and admit why you want to turn me unpublished -- just see if you can read the other stories and tell me you hate the anthology when you're not being fair to my roster over the years as you might been the one who came up with the rumor how I "stole" the writer's stories for The Gazette or Tabloid Purposes. He wasn't happy with being paid $16.00 for his work as Carol Sullivan got the highest pay on that issue.

I want to bring to surface that one of the people who showed up did use twitter.com (uncle_ablert) and as the same account on tsu.co as he was removed from there for degrading those who are disabled as I sent my certification letter to those in charge and I have two cards that work like a bank where I can take direct deposit. What does he say about going after my SSN and something in his own words, "we're actively lobbying to make sure Nickolaus Pacione never becomes published again." as Brian Keene gone after my pen name Lloyd Phillip Campbell.

I am also revoking his Man Card for the knowledge of books that musicals are based on -- what would you rather have this anthology or Wicked as I am guessing Marc Lyth would give his friends a copy of Wicked if this book is in their possession. Now let me make public one of those e-mails he wrote me. In other words he is the one who invoked this.

"What would you do without an Amazon account? The world would be such a happier place to live in for the rest of us. You didn't lose your createspace because of me. You lost it because you're a retarded arsewipe who posts libellous shit on public access sites like createspace and Amazon. it's your choice to post that shit. That means it's your fault you get booted.

I write reviews of your books for fun. You can't write. People need to be warned about you. People need to know what an arsehole you are. All my other publishers think I'm a lovely guy, because they've not been arseholes to me and posted insults about me all over the internet. Not one person who claims to be a professional publisher would do that except you. because you're not a professional publisher. If you were, you could make a living from it. After however many years you've been pretending to be a writer and a publisher, most people would have learned something. But not you, because you're a retard."

Nickolaus Pacione
Posted: November 8, 2015
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For the record that cover -- is stylized portrait of me based on my Gothicfest 2007 look as I was hoping he did more with the goatee. The cover art started as fan art and loved the work so much that I decided to give my anthology the designation of Nickolaus Albert Pacione Delivers because Presents would been a tongue twister. Do you have something against micropess publishers who work on fixed incomes?

Tell me if you are going around using my character names to pick a fight are you too cowardly to reveal who you really are as I am guessing you were starting this fight in 2013 stealing my photos back them on Shocklines when I had called out the ex-contributor for pirating my work. I will be able to now get contributors as many as they want or try to get as many as they can carry as well as myself being able to carry them. So tell me whoever you are why don't you go to video and reveal your nazi-like nature.
Nickolaus Pacione
Posted: November 9, 2015
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I didn't steal this story I got the permission to publish it; I paid him $30.00 for the story and you want to go around saying I stole you're sadly mistaken as what you tell is one lie after another.

How can you justify stealing my photos and artwork for your bullying as you noticed you don't have a twitter or tsu anymore because of your harassment -- how you vowed to turn me unpublished, why don't you spend your hard earned money instead of showing up as one of my characters from Spectral Exile. You think I'd be too dumb to noticed how you violated my copyrights in your post as this is not fair use but harassment.

I think it was in 2013 when you showed up on Shocklines.com to start up with me too as saying, "All right lets plagiarize his work and end his career right now. I don't like what this guy is saying. I hate truth as the lies are more inviting about him."

http://www.writeaprisoner.com/template.aspx?i=z-b61246 Those of you asking about Porras that's where you can write him as I caught Brian Keene impersonating a prisoner. You committed a class 6 felony: http://www.denverfeloniesdui.com/criminal-impersonation.html unless you're writing as a pen name but you use that pen name to create a XXX-XX-XXXX; apply for a loan as this identity. I had showed up on Lulu.com as Lloyd Phillip Campbell to bust the one who *wrote* Modern Love which is something a plagiarist conceived.
Nickolaus Pacione
Posted: November 11, 2015
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I didn't steal it -- I paid $30.00 for it in 2010; Porras you would know this from the letter I wrote you in 2011 as this one anthology was being prepped for The Poe Museum. Keene you don't even know Porras' inmate number as I revealed this in my article and wrote as the side notes on The Cabbie Homicide. First you go for Identity Theft then criminal impersonation. Wait until The Vital IX hits as a new e-book story.

I got the permission to publish this story 5 years ago and I will not tolerate that someone is willing to do what S. E. Cox did with why I ended her publishing run. I had a hand in ending that. S. E. Cox stole Quakes and Storms from me and did a half-hassed anthology that's 75 pages for $16.00. That's way overpriced for a book that size.

So tell me why don't you find another identity to impersonate Keene as Billy Porras doesn't have Internet access in Pontiac as I read up about the Correctional Center as the only way he can get e-mail is if it was printed up for him. Brian Keene has a serial habit of impersonating author Ray R. Wise and others as well to be an ass as I was trying to catch him for having more than one account but he manipulates ECR and CreateSpace.com employees to give him free copies of my work.
Anonymous
Posted: November 12, 2015
Customer comment 1 star rating
This book is NOT in a mueseum. That is a fradulent claim, proven by Brian Keene with video evidence.
Lloyd Campbell
Posted: November 12, 2015
Customer comment 1 star rating
This book is no longer in any museum. It was removed from the museum by another writer and burned.
Nickolaus Pacione
Posted: November 13, 2015
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There wasn't one book there but there was four. Keene you're impersonating my pen name without the history of the pen name and yes I can get them more copies if they know where to look now for all four copies plus Issue Five. Keene tell me it starts out with stealing then it goes to fraud; impersonating my pen name then impersonating my classmate who has no access to the internet as I had spoke to the Warden's Office. Your councilor told me you have no access to the web so I called the Department of Corrections with the information on this page -- any questions direct them to http://www.twitter.com/BrianKeene as the anthologies are there (there are two of them. He and Mary Sangiovanni went to the museum to steal the books. Ask Mary if she has a black purse.)

This book got there in the summer of 2011 then the solo titles and the sequel joined it on Poe's death anniversary as I hand delivered them. I didn't speak because it didn't feel right -- it wasn't my day but if I had my own video camera with me that day I would had done the indepth video blog. The other projects will be going to the Richmond Public Library and Oak Park Public Library when they're ready. This anthology in this form will go to Roselle Public Library as someone impersonated me and said it was 'an anthology of homosexual short stories' when Morris and Joliet know the truth and fixed it.

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