Nikki is just an average girl who is finally done with men and the extensive disappointments they prove to be so often. All that rage against them is just NOT healthy, so she decided to instead channel her energy towards immortalizing the best parts of those men in short stories like these.
As a massive fan of Taylor Swift, she would like to think she brings a similar energy to her erotic short stories.
Call it her collection of Neurotic Erotica.
AUTHOR'S NOTE: If anyone would like to read any of Nikki's books for free, they need only direct message her and ask. ;)
How do you approach cover design?
I love messing with photos and colors. It's such an obsession of mine. I literally do all my covers with an app on my phone, in between outings, as I'm falling asleep, sometimes even at red lights. It's my addiction and it's way more productive than Plants Vs. Zombies (don't worry I'm an adult. I just let my 4 year old nephew get me into the stupid game...)
When you're not writing, how do you spend your time?
I dance ballet and I work for a law firm. Sometimes I do all kinds of weird side projects too, like short films or auditions.
Is it true what they say — that men and women can’t be friends? What if the man is very attractive? It just might be worth noting that the more unrestrained a woman is with her passion, the better it is for everyone. Even if it “ruins a friendship.” (Pshh, couldn’t have been that great of a friendship then.)
The upcoming visit of a small town hook-up puts the narrator on edge; does she act on her fantasy to have sex in an elevator? Or does she focus on the rational action? Haha. Yeah, right, when is she ever rational?
She's just a horny overthinker that finds hook-up culture debilitating. Still determined to engage in it, she spends multiple nights away from home, until her only outfit choice for a night on the town is a summer babydoll dress. She doesn't expect anything to happen, but finds out what an empowering experience a hook-up can be.