Nicole R. Locker Discusses New Release – Tragedy and Desire

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Tragedy and Desire was released on November 23, 2016.  It is available on Amazon in Kindle, Paperback, and Hardcover editions, and will soon be available in Audible/audio book format as well.

Feedback for Tragedy and Desire has been very positive, even during the beta-read and editing stages.  Lot’s of good things being said about the story as well as the writing.

Below is a video of Nicole R. Locker talking about the book and a little bit of what you can expect when reading it.

Nicole R. Locker is a resident of Lubbock, Texas. She has a Master of Science in Psychology and a love for pit bulls, Pilates, and romance novels. Nicole dreamed of becoming a writer since grade school after writing her first poem in 4th grade at the age of nine. A Social Worker since 2008, she has published life-coaching books on self-esteem and personal relationships, and has now added Fiction Romance to her repertoire.

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