A Vitriolic Realist

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Nickolaus A. Pacione Taal: Engels

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A Vitriolic Realist

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Nickolaus Pacione candidly speaks about what happened with both Smashwords.com and Lulu.com as he was tossed out on lies on both occassions -- Kevin of Smashwords.com didn't like how Pacione got the last word. Pacione was never what was a "yes man" in with how he took on Lulu.com to get everying back.

Kevin saw Pacione was full of vitriol and made it clear that he was persona non grata as he saw CreateSpace.com speaking up for him.

He needed a venue and platform to tell the story about both Smashwords.com and Lulu.com (during the early part of 2014 Pacione flat out swore at CreateSpace.com -- still they let him return; but don't let him post on message boards because the arguments with current era CreateSpace.com writers will get heated. Pacione showed how serious he was about being back. He disclosed the authors who bullied Lulu.com and Booksurge era authors.)

Pacione was Lulu.com's junkyard dog -- it scared him what he did to Lulu.com. Joseph Rubas coined him a sleeping giant.

Going at Lulu.com made Pacione a brazen muthafucka; as he vowed never to sellout even if he gets a good payday he's the writer and publisher for the people. For the fans, by the fans he utters with Lake Fossil Press -- original horror and science fiction for the people and by the people.

"Did you hear the one about me being a prick' -- as the lyrics of #5FDP. Pacione could been the prototype for the knucklehead (as they call their call their fans.) The artwork was one of the unflattering cartons going around of him; the person is too much of a coward to reveal their given name to get proper credit instead of a paw print and a fake name.

ISBN
9781513099446
Vorm
ebook EPUB
Uitgever
Nickolaus A. Pacione
Verschenen
16-04-2015
Taal
Engels
Genre
Mediadragers
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