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Nick Alimonos

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in Clearwater, Florida, The United States
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September 2011


At six years of age, I had decided to become an author. Back then, I could scarcely write my name, so I asked the waitresses at my father's restaurant to take dictation. When I turned nine, I dragged my father to DC Comics headquarters in New York City, to promote my superhero, the Red Panther. At fourteen, I was querying publishers for my Greek demigod anthology, and I finished my first full length novel, "The Nomad," in high school. From elementary to graduate school, my teachers and classmates considered me a literary prodigy. I earned my BA in English from the University of South Florida, where I helped as a tutor and ran a fantasy fiction site featuring works by a plethora of aspiring writers. My books have earned me a loyal fanbase an ...more

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Nick Alimonos Grendel, To Kill a Mockingbird, A Girl Called Wolf, among others.
Average rating: 4.35 · 37 ratings · 14 reviews · 3 distinct worksSimilar authors
The Princess of Aenya

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Ages of Aenya

4.47 avg rating — 15 ratings — published 2017 — 2 editions
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Trumpism: An Attack on America

I had no plans to write a post tonight. It’s late, I’ve had a long day, and I am tired. Plus, this isn’t a political blog. My power to influence anyone’s opinion is null. But I can’t sleep, and these are the words rattling around in my skull. Ever since Trump got elected four years... Continue Reading → Read more of this blog post »
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