Nickie Cochran

Biography

Nickie Cochran, a.k.a. THE GERMAN GHOST LADY, was born and raised in Heidelberg, Germany. As a military wife, she had become accustomed to move every few years and finally came to accept that she enjoys writing more than hanging curtains in her new home in Colorado Springs.

When she's not working on her latest project, she enjoys reading paranormal romance novels involving quirky ghosts and unexpected time travel.

Smashwords Interview

Where did you grow up, and how did this influence your writing?
I'm originally from Heidelberg, Germany. Occasionally, I get home-sick and I find that's when I write my best scenes. Maybe it's because I can vividly imagine my characters hanging out at the places I've been to many times myself. I see the scenes unfold in my head like in a movie and since I know the surroundings, it makes it easier for me to write those stories. Basically, it's one heck of a good excuse to go down memory lane and take my characters to my favorite haunts.
Who are your favorite authors?
That's easy. I love Lynn Kurland's time-travel series. Her characters are fun, quirky, and always in a pickle of some sort.

The same goes for the Cindy Miles books.

Another author I'm crazy about lately is David Safier - a German author that writes chick-lit with a fun, spiritual twist - think a woman dies and re-incarnates as an ant, dies again, and comes back as a dog, flower, guinea pig, etc. until she learns a lesson. This book is called Bad Karma in English and I laughed my butt off the entire time that I was reading it. David Safier has written several books like that and all of them are equally funny.
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Books

This member has not published any books.

Smashwords book reviews by Nickie Cochran

  • The Backward Approach to Ebook Success on Sep. 21, 2012

    Great and honest guide on what to expect when first publishing your e-book. The author is sharing lots of great tips of how to avoid newbie mistakes and how to market your book effectively. I'm glad I read it and am about to start using some of the suggestions in the book.