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Saturday, February 23, 2008

You Are On Your Own

People that do "business" with Nicky 99.9% of the time regret it. They rue the day they ever replied to his ass kissing emails and those that published him either go out of business out of shame or stop taking submissions. Most who befriend him because he sent them letters praising their work, and also sent them other authors he thinks they'd like, end up going public and warning others not to do what he did. Others just completely give up and get out of the business out of shame. None of them do it because they are harassed by Nicky's detractors, they just realize the mistake they made.

I would be curious to know how you think Nicky is any kind of Christian and how his name can help your cause. I understand to those who have befriended him because he praises their work and kisses their ass, or they get their ass kissed by him and feel obligated to do the same to him, but he hates just about everyone and only worries about himself. How many "friends" of Nicky's get positive reviews written by him that include plugs to his own work? If you have a positive review written by him, about you and a book or story of yours, and in that review he doesn't mention his own writing or projects, I'd like to see it.

And last but not least, and this is to anyone that deals with him: If you read what he writes and publish it, you need to get out of the business because you cannot tell good writing from a rock. If you take a submission from him or anyone else without first reading what you are accepting, you should quit now. If you think he is a friend you shouldn't worry about writing, you should worry about your own common sense. If you never knew any of the awful things he's said and done, you should wonder why you would go into business with someone without at least googling that person.

1 comment:

cussedness said...

Most people will overlook a one time attack or indiscretion. However, Nicky does not know when to stop.

Many of us have learned that lesson while trying to ignore him and finding that he does not ignore us.

"Whether 'tis nobler in the mind to suffer
The slings and arrows of outrageous fortune,
Or to take arms against a sea of troubles,
And by opposing end them?"

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