I am still looking for the pages he posted this on in my N: drive, but for now, here is his horrible picture of his book signed in his own blood. Note: This is the same guy who advertises himself as a photographer for hire in his anthologies, the same one that took this blurry pic with bad lighting.
This was brought up from my last entry that had his pathetic interview with a local paper where the interviewer's snarky mockery of Nicky was missed by Nicky completely.
Below is how it started with only the relevant parts pertaining to his "signing".
Lewis said...ETT Note: Lewis is right.
Eric Enck's first book "Tell Me Your Name" was released in 2004 Nicky. A year before you signed your book in "blood" and I'd be willing to bet he signed a couple of copies of his first book in his own blood, he strikes me as that kind of fellow.
Trying to fight with Mr Ant again? You should know how that ends by now dumpling, badly for you.
I've used red boxes to block out my computer's folder drive names, but below is the properties for the above picture. It's dated June of 2005.And of course, my recollection of those events.
If anonymous or anyone else has a link they could give me where Enck's signing complete with proof he sold his book with his own blood autograph, I will include it in this post. Meanwhile, I will continue to sift through my gigs of Pacione garbage and see if I can find what he wrote about it.
LIAR LIAR, NIKKI!
Sorry, Nikki, but any moron can search Amazon and see Eric's first book -the one he has signed in blood for people- came out early 2005. Meaning he sold REAL COPIES to REAL ,PEOPLE, in a REAL BOOKSTORE after being published by a REAL PUBLISHER-- and he did sign it in REAL BLOOD. I know; I have a copy!!
You not only do NOT predate him, but you are lying in the first place when you say you sign in blood. PROVE THAT YOU EVER DID IT... especially when you *faint at the sight of real blood.**