Now out: Don’t Move: a Novella
A professional killer trying to begin a new life
discovers just how hard it is to outrun her old one.
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Don’t Move is available exclusively on Kindle for just 99₵.
A Kindle device is not required.
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Nikki’s book, Hope in Small Doses, is a finalist for the Eric Hoffer Montaigne Medal which is awarded annually to books that either illuminate, progress or redirect thought. For more information about this award, visit The Eric Hoffer Award for Independent Books.
Nikki has been invited to be a panelist at the upcoming conference Out of the Binders: Symposium on Women Writers Today. She will appear with three others on the panel entitled “Silver Linings: Benefits and Challenges of Writing at Mid-Life and Beyond.” The second conference is an outgrowth of Binders Full of Women Writers, a national organization dedicated to women and gender non-conforming writers of all backgrounds and experience.
BinderCon, as it is also known, will take place March 28th & 29th, 2015 on the UCLA campus in Los Angeles. For further information, visit BinderCon.
Read Melanie Page’s interview of Nikki in Grab the Lapels.
Susan Mihalic interviews Nikki on her writing process.
Nikki’s essay is included in Global Chorus: 365 Voices on the Future of the Planet. Essayists include Stephen Hawking, Jamie Oliver, Maya Angelou, Nelson Mandela, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Mikhail Gorbachev and The 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet, among others. Purchase through Barnes and Noble or Amazon or Rocky Mountain Books.
Nikki has been named a runner up in the first-ever Royal Nonesuch Humor Writing Contest, sponsored by the Mark Twain House & Museum. Nikki submitted “Long Away and Far Ago,” which was also published last month in Hobo Pancakes online. The judges for the competition were Roy Blount Jr., Colin McEnroe, Lucy Ferris, Tim Federle, and Jessica Lawson.
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Review in Psychology Today
“Nikki Stern, the author of Hope in Small Doses,…shares her own road toward workable hope. A very intelligent book.”
Nikki’s first book, Because I Say So: Moral Authority’s Dangerous Appeal, has been re-released in digital form. The book is currently available for Kindle and Kindle apps on Amazon. Other e-formats are expected to follow.
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Hear Nikki talk to the National Press Club in Washington, D.C.about her book,
Hope in Small Doses: