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Polaroids From The Imagination

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by: Nickolaus Pacione
Books with a 1 star rating  (18)
Publication Date: November 2, 2015
Book Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
Pages: 51
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781508090946
$4.00

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Book Synopsis
Is real life like a Twilight Zone Episode?

When you lived in Glendale Heights like me, you will wonder that when you read the old articles like the one that came to be when it related of my classmate committing an act of murder. When I was looking at the old photos and a classmate named Daniel Barton said everything I pull out in a world that's fiction I reveal darker truths – this story is true as it is also a work of horror. The events within this era as the Glendale Heights finest said about the county were quite eye opening and about as eye opening as An Eye In Shadows when I first wrote this.

Where many say real life is more frightening than Brian Keene's The Rising and Kealan Patrick Burke's The Clause. I show examples in just this story alone. For fans of H. P. Lovecraft and Rod Serling. The story takes from a news article published in January of 1994 as it speaks of a horror that happened on Leslie Court; those of you who were young kids during when this happened.
Customer Comments

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Anonymous
Posted: November 2, 2015
Customer comment 1 star rating
In this celebration of the teachings of biblical scholar Kent Hovind, Pacione makes a passionate argument for King James Onlyist creation theories. Unfortunately, the writing style is impossible to follow -- perhaps due to a mid-western accent?
Nickolaus Pacione
Posted: November 2, 2015
Customer comment 0 star rating
Er no if you want to read up about how this story came to be look at the e-book version because I have the link about the article. The anonymous comment seems to be Brian Keene with his dirty fingerprints as he went for my XXX-XX-XXXX so if your'e going to start a fight Keene please go elsewhere.

http://articles.chicagotribune.com/1994-01-03/news/9401030048_1_murder-rate-separate-incidents-domestic-violence-and-alcohol If you want to know what this novelette is about. This will give you more information; and my catalog will be moving in here and on Blurb.com but the nice thing about this place I can get $25.00 ISBNS to get them carried and the higher end ISBNS will be for the namesakes as books are bit higher when they are the 6.14 x 9.21 trade paperback. So Keene you want to start something, don't it here. As you lied to Amazon.com about my work publishing your e-mail address as Lyth griped to CreateSpace.com as you enabled my work to be plagiarized.

Showing up and trolling; really what purpose you have Keene as the meaning of your career has no meaning at all -- this story was very researched and I appreciate those who came on really please let the masses read this for themselves either as the e-book or the print title as the e-book will be coming out shortly as I have a preview of the story there. The photo is me and this was done using cyberlink webcam. I have NEVER written stories dealing with Unicorns so some of you who started this fight with Unicorns you really must have My Little Pony on the brain and please start a fight like this on your own blogs.
Anonymous
Posted: November 2, 2015
Customer comment 0 star rating
My apologies, Mr. Pacione. The photoshopped pictures of black unicorns and laundromats made me think of YECs.
Phil McCracken
Posted: November 2, 2015
Customer comment 1 star rating
Great. I read this and now I have AIDS.
Wei-Tu Loh
Posted: November 2, 2015
Customer comment 1 star rating
The author has no grasp of spelling, punctuation, or grammar. Readers will want to know what the English language ever did to the author that he had to take such brutal revenge upon it.
Nick Growfelia
Posted: November 2, 2015
Customer comment 1 star rating
This is the heartbreaking tale of one filthy basement dwelling troll and his struggle to overcome his fear of hygiene. Follow Nickolaus as he squats in the local laundromat all day begging for loose change and tries to summon up the courage to peel his filth encrusted hoodie off and actually run it through the washing machine. By the end of the story, Nickolaus is able master the art of monthly showering with the help of his new love interest Lloyd Phillip Campbell.
Nickolaus Pacione
Posted: November 2, 2015
Customer comment 5 star rating
Will you shut up and read the story because I don't appreciate the negative trolling without even reading this because this work is a true crime story that I got the idea from a classmate. If you're showing up with all these fake names Keene you do need to get a new hobby and a life. Look if you want to be a fool and create a hate party for me go over to http://www.livejournal.com and invite Crumbo and Hunter to join you.

Also, I suggest you DON't show as my characters or my pen names; that's disrespectful for anyone as I never made off with Ray Garton's pen name to start into it with him as Brian Keene did go for my vital nine. That well I don't tolerate anything like that if you're going to do something like that -- you are in obstruction of a legal case and that's a criminal matter. Going after my CreateSpace.com account if you're Lyth that's a criminal deal too what he did as he's enabling Keene to allow my work to be plagiarized and commit identity fraud
Lloyd Campbell
Posted: November 2, 2015
Customer comment 1 star rating
If you gave a million monkeys a million typewriters... they'd still churn out something better than this.
Stygian Lovecraft
Posted: November 2, 2015
Customer comment 1 star rating
Horrible waste of money. If I need something to wipe my ass with, I could get a roll of toilet paper for 99 cents at Walmart.
Nickolaus Pacione
Posted: November 2, 2015
Customer comment 0 star rating
That's not criticism you're giving but flames that are borderline personal attacks that Marc Lyth would do and maybe not enable plagiarism of my catalog as well. So if you're showing up as my characters that's disrespectful on your part. So why don't you sit down and spend the $4.00 this title costs as the print version or the e-book version that's priced a little higher support true indies not the rejects from Leisure or Dorchester.

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