I’m Nicole Marie.
I made the very loose decision at the age of ten that I wanted to be a writer of some kind. I kept journals, wrote poems about boys (and tumbleweeds) and maintained straight A’s in all of my English classes. Since then I have wanted to go into Forensics, Theater, even Dentistry, but I always came back to my first love.
After attending community college for 2 and a half years and taking every English and Writing course I could fit into my schedule, I transferred to Rowan University where I received a Bachelor’s in Writing Arts (with a Creative Writing concentration) in May 2011.
I am Fiction Coordinator for non-profit magazine Philadelphia Stories by day, and by night (and, sometimes day) I tend bar. Since graduation, I spend my time working on my debut novel – all of my work falls mainly in the horror genre – and trying to catch a bite on my resume.
Sometimes I’m motivated, sometimes I’m not, but I never stop loving the writing process.
I have a strange fascination with the macabre, but I’m just a normal girl (sort of) trying to make it in a tough industry. I still love Forensics, and at times, I still dream of Broadway.
I started blogging in order to create another outlet for myself as a creative writer, and it has become a great exercise to keep those juices flowing. I’ve also met some fantastic – and supportive – blogging friends along the way.
I use this space to showcase some writing, search for other writers, make some friends, complain a little bit, and discuss some other joys in life.
Thanks for checking me out! (Not like that. Or maybe?)
Other sites you can find me on:
www.philadelphiastories.org (Watch out for the fiction/poetry contests!)
Contact me here: