About Nicole Walker:
Follow a journey of a woman determined to beat the odds. A mother of four under eight, battling Lyme Disease. See her struggle, fight and will to succeed as she pours her heart into being a mom, writing books and blogging. To inspire, educate and motivate women and mothers with her vision for change.As she uses her life experiences, psychology education and heart of a warrior. To make a difference amongst our women of today’s generation. In a time where we need much inspiration and positivity.
What inspires you to write?
My inspiration is my four children, they inspire me to be great. Raising my first born with autism has been an motivating experience. But it was my long, painful six year and counting; late stage Lyme Disease journey. That motivated me to pour my heart into writing. To use my pain and struggles to inspire and educate my fellow women.
Tell us about your writing process.
I write an outline for my books. Just pen and paper. Then move to my laptop and get the writing process started. Knowing already what to write, based on the time line. I try to just write and write. Remembering to not get caught up in editing. That it’s important to not rush the writing process. There are steps and ways to do everything.
What advice would you give other writers?
Whatever you do, never stop writing. The more you write, the better writer you become. Practice does equal success.
How did you decide how to publish your books?
I would advise all authors to explore all of their publishing options. I think going with a small publishing company to get you started in the writing game, is a good idea. If not self publishing is always an option.
What do you think about the future of book publishing?
I believe there will be more positive, uplifting books published in the years to come.
What genres do you write?: nonfiction, self help, reference, parenting,
What formats are your books in?: Both eBook and Print
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