ABOUT NICK NOLAN
Born and raised in the suburbs of Los Angeles, Nick Nolan worked nights and weekends selling furniture to put himself through college. After graduation he went on to direct a group home for homeless and abused LGBT youth, and during his scant spare time began writing. Inspired by the works of authors Gordon Merrick, Paul Russell and Paul Monette, Nolan penned his debut novel, Strings Attached, the first in a planned trilogy. Shortly after its release, Strings Attached was named 2006 Gay/Lesbian Book of the Year by ForeWord Magazine, hit #1 in Gay Fiction on Amazon.com, and spent nearly a year in that genre's Top 10. Two years later Nolan's second thriller Double Bound won Book of the Year awards for Gay/Lesbian Fiction by both ForeWord Magazine and ReaderViews. Nolan's most recent work Black as Snow became the #1 selling Kindle title in the UK following its release, and spent over six weeks at #1 on Amazon USA in the simultaneous categories of 'Contemporary Fantasy', 'Gay/Lesbian Fiction', and 'Science Fiction Thrillers'. His fourth novel Wide Asleep, the long awaited sequel to Strings Attached and Double Bound, will be published in January 2014.
Nick is a die-hard car nut and an enthusiastic cook, while his longtime partner Jaime Flores is an award winning graphic designer and the principal at Monocle Design: monocledesign.com. Nick, Jaime and their two beloved dogs divide their time between a home in the San Fernando Valley and a cabin high in the mountains of California.