Nicole M. Zaunbrecher

Nicole is a six-time published poet and avid writer of fiction. She has always dreamed of writing, editing, and publishing works of art that inspire. She has a Bachelor’s of Arts in English and is currently pursuing a Bachelor’s of Science in Digital Audiences. Throughout her studies she attended literary conferences such as The Florida Heritage Book Festival, the Florida Literary Arts Coalition’s Other Words Conference, and the Popular Culture/American Culture Association in the South conference. With a minor in creative writing, Nicole has tried her hand at various projects, from writing fanfiction to plays and song lyrics.

Her favorite poet is Edgar Allan Poe, and she loves “The Raven” so much she has a quote tattooed on her arm. She also enjoys reading amanda lovelace. Her favorite fiction authors include Tami Hoag, Amelia Atwater-Rhodes, and others. You can catch her reading the Bloody Jack series by L. A. Meyer, the Captive Prince series by C. S. Pacat, the Lord of the Rings series by J. R. R. Tolkein, and more. She loves collecting new books to put on her shelf as decoration while re-reading the same ones she already has over and over again.

Edgar Allan Poe

Now this is the point.

You fancy me mad.

Madmen know nothing.

But you should have seen me.

–Edgar Allan Poe, The Tell-Tale Heart


Nicole enjoys other pursuits such as photography, gaming, cosplaying, blogging, and modeling. She considers herself a very creative person and is interested in the arts. As an activist, she also cares about the environment, the animals that we live with, and seeks equal rights for all. In her writing, she aims to include unique viewpoints and diversity as a queer author.

Planned Events

You can find Nicole at various literary conventions and book events throughout the year. Precautions are being made due to COVID-19.

Pending Events

Hello, Moon Release Party, April 1, 2022 – Virtual

Book Bonanza, July 8-9, 2022 – Grapevine, TX

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