AUTISM AWARENESS & WRITING

It’s autism awareness month, and I was asked to answer a few questions about my experience as someone on the spectrum. The questions came from myself and other authors on the spectrum. Hopefully, by answering them, we’ll bring about more awareness. Here we go:

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SNAIL MAIL

Dear Readers,

If you signed up to receive signed post cards from me earlier this year, and the envelope hasn’t arrived yet or arrived damaged in any way, please let me know HERE. If you do reach out, make sure your email address and/or recipient name corresponds to the info you’ve provided on the sign up form so I can re-send you the correct post cards you’ve picked.

If you just want to reach out to confirm that you did receive it, that would be great, too! 🙂

NEW RELEASE: “LOVE FORGED”

“Love Forged” is OUT TODAY! #LesFic

Tate and Flynn are embarking on a journey to self-discovery and what that means for their best-friends-since-birth relationship.

Follow the two women through an adventure as their relationship evolves into more, and their future plans change to reflect the changes within them.

  • Genre: Lesbian Romance, Young Adult Lesbian Fiction
  • Release Date: March 19th, 2021
  • Formats: Kindle, Paperback
  • Print Length: 218 pages

March 15 through March 19

I’m participating in the iHeart LesFic Mega Sale with three of my books:

If you haven’t picked up any of these titles, now would be a good time to do it since the e-books are on sale from March 15th to 19th at only 2.99 (USD, EUR, GBP) or 3.99 (CAD, AUD). 

If you read The Proposal Series and noticed the characters named Ada & Dylan, and asked yourself, “What book did they come from?” Well, they’re from “The Disappeared,” so pick up their story during the sale and read it from the beginning.

Happy reading!

“LOVE FORGED” INSIGHTS

Dear Reader,

When I first sat down to write “Love Forged,” I knew exactly what the story would be. This doesn’t always happen with me. Sometimes, it takes me a bit to know what I’m going to write.  With “Love Forged,” though, I knew I wanted to use the plot of the father that left long ago – and what he leaves to his daughter present day – to help Tate and her best friend, Flynn, discover not just information about that father’s past and maybe why he left in the first place, but discover something about themselves and each other.

My goal, whenever I write a book, is that it’s not a “typical Nicole Pyland book.” Yes, all writers have their styles, and while writing romance means you’re often writing stories about people falling in love and living happily ever after, with “Love Forged,” as with some of my other stand-alone books, I wanted to try something new.

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Nicole Pyland