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Diverse Tales is the long-awaited collection of the lost works of the celebrated master of offbeat and macabre fiction, Nicholas Grabowsky.
Paperback, 228 pages
Published January 20th 2005 by Booksurge Publishing
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Norm Applegate
Dec 31, 2008 Norm Applegate rated it it was amazing
When Clive Barker say’s “Nicholas, I salute you!” the rest of us need to take notice
Creativity is a force we think we have, or at least some of us wish we had, well, Nicholas Grabowsky owns it. Consider this, author, actor, singer, songwriter, and tutor, which includes novels, screenplays, poetry and songs...WOW.
His journey of writing the short story goes as far back as elementary school and years later went by the pen names of Nicholas Randers (and occasionally Marsena Shane) but in the mid-nin
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Nicholas Grabowsky’s novels of horror/fantasy and mainstream pulp fiction, both as himself, as Nicholas Randers, and as Marsena Shane, have generated worldwide acclaim for over two decades and praised by many of today’s most popular horror gurus in the literary world. He began his career in traditional publishing houses with brisk sellers in mass market paperback horror and romance, and in the ...more
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