Nick Burrill


Nick was born in Rochdale, England in 1973. He is a Registered General Nurse and has worked in hospitals in Liverpool, Rochdale and in County Mayo, where he currently lives with his wife Angelique, and two of his children, Jacob and Aoife. His oldest son, Callum, lives in England.
He has always loved writing and reading.
His short story, The Boatman, was published by Darkfire magazine. NRPD: The mean streets is his first novel.
He is currently working on a short story anthology.

Smashwords Interview

When did you first start writing?
I first started to write seriously when I was about sixteen. Then it was extension to films I'd seen. I remember writing further adventures of the marines in Aliens. I wish I still had that, it was crappy but great fun.
What motivated you to become an indie author?
I love being in control of the prices of my work and getting it out there so people can read it instead of it being stuck in a bargain bin at the back of a bookshop. Also it sounds a bit exotic when people ask me what I do for a living - I'm also a nurse.
"I'm a nurse and an indie author."
"Oh, what's that?"
"Someone who looks after people in hospital." Ha ha.
Read more of this interview.

Where to find Nick Burrill online

Twitter: @Nugus_Bottomley
Facebook: Facebook profile


This member has not published any books.