Nikki is an Australian-based writer who lives with her family north of Sydney, near the beach. She was shortlisted for a Queensland Premier's Literary Award for Emerging Writer in 2010.
Her memoir, 'One Way or Another, the story of a girl who loved rock stars' was released by Black Inc in 2012.
Her novel, Sex Crimes, loosely based on real events, was released in 2013. She has a young adult novel being published under a pseudonym in 2014.
Nikki writes for the UK Huffington Post, the Sydney Morning Herald and online magazines such as The Hoopla, mamamia and ivillage and was selected to have her fiction piece 'James Franco's Smile' included in the prestigious annual fiction edition of The Big Issue.
Move aside Jackie Collins!
An epic tale of fame and infamy, glamour and greed….and plenty of glitter. Catwalks in Paris, drug deals gone wrong and chart-topping hits.
The story spans the lifetimes of the key characters and is set on an international stage, from a wedding in Thailand to the slums of eastern London with a sprinkle of Hollywood for good measure.
Pure escapist entertainment!
An eclectic collection of confronting short stories that peel away masks and expose sides of life that are usually simmering beneath the surface. Written by Nikki McWatters who was shortlisted for the Queensland Premiers Literary Award for emerging author. This is an anthology that will make you think about life with greater depth. Raw. Honest. Confrontational.
Sex Crimes presents the devastating fall-out after a teenage girl accuses a famous musician of rape, As the investigation begins to gather momentum, disturbing aspects of the case begin to see the light of day. Questions arise about who exactly was the victim.