J.W. Nicklaus

Biography

J.W. Nicklaus resides in a place not entirely fit for human habitation about five months of the year. No pets to speak of, only the apparitions from which all romantics suffer.

An Arizona native, he’s been from one coast to the other, and a few places in between. Snow has been featured prominently in his stories, perhaps because of the seasonless climate he lives in. Nature was meant to be enjoyed and experienced, not hidden from the senses. So to that end, he hopes someday to live amongst those who are able to live through four true seasons, and not just blast furnace and warm.

He enjoys the occasional Arizona Diamondbacks game with his son, as well as watching him grow up. The experience of being a single dad has taught him far more about himself than he ever thought possible.

Within the expanse of every waking moment, he hopes his guardian angel keeps its arms open wide and heart ever watchful, for there but for one true Hope goes She.

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The Apocalypse Of Hagren Roose
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 32,060. Language: English. Published: July 8, 2012. Category: Fiction » Inspirational
Once a small-town success and happy family man, Hagren Roose finds his slide backwards at once abrupt and wrenching. His small-town mentality sets him on a journey of his own making, of which he has no control—and only he can atone for.
The Light, The Dark, And Ember Between
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 49,030. Language: English. Published: August 8, 2011. Category: Fiction » Anthologies » Short stories - single author
A collection of short stories, each different, yet all enjoined by the thread of Hope. Love, sadness, elation, sorrow, and most every nuance in between are presented in these tales certain to make you think, and, assuredly, feel.

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  • A Mother’s Love on May 13, 2012
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    A terrific cover image! Colorful and definitely eye-catching (no, I haven't rad it . . . yet ;^) ).