Nicole Fitton is a freelance writer who has lived in such glamorous locations as London, New York, and Croydon! She currently lives in Devon with her family. Her career has spanned three decades working in PR and marketing within Europe and the USA. She currently works within healthcare management in the UK. She writes mystery thrillers with a splash of romance. Her debut novel ‘All Tomorrow’s Parties’ was released in 2015. This was followed in 2016 by her second novel ‘Forbidden Colours’. Both have received rave reviews in the U.K and U.S.A.
Alongside novels she is passionate about writing short stories. Over the last few years, her stories have been longlisted and shortlisted in the following short story competitions: Exeter, Screwturn Flash Fiction, Black Pear Press, Fiction Factory, Finchley Literary Festival and Retreat West Flash Fiction. Her short story ‘Soaring’ features in The Black Pear Press Anthology for 2016. In June 2018 her flash fiction piece ‘Yellow’ was featured as part of National Flash Fiction Day on the Flash Flood Journal Blogspot.
She admits she gets bored easily and will try anything once! Apart from writing and ‘doing the day job’ she can often be found enjoying new adventures. These can range from tap dancing to helicopter rides over the Black Forest.
Nicole is a member of Mystery Authors International, Sakura Positive Writing and Retreat West Authors Groups.
To contact Nicole please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.