Nicholas Denmon is a poet and fiction writer with a penchant for crime series with a noir bent, love stories, and socially charged fiction. He started story telling from the moment he could talk and perfected his craft at the University of Florida where he studied English.
His life has been varied, giving him no shortage of material. Some of his unique experiences include growing up with a schizophrenic mother, having six brothers and sisters (of which he is the middle-younger child), a perfectionist father, an evil step-mother, and working for politicians on the Presidential as well as local stage. He has been, at times, a devout Catholic, a closet atheist, and an honorary member of the Jewish tribe. He writes for The Huffington Post, The Guy Society, and several other online magazines.
Nicholas researched his first novel and delved into the fascinating world of organized crime in the city of Buffalo, New York. When he launched his first book, ‘For Nothing’ topped the Organized Crime genre on Amazon (US and UK). It has a rating of over 4.3 stars out of 5 by 194 reviewers on Amazon (US). This novel has a film adaptation attached, as well as a television treatment.
His second book in the series, 'Buffalo Soldiers' has received a rating of 4.4 stars out of 5 by reviewers on Amazon (US). To date, the series has been sold or downloaded more than 90,000 times.
The third installment in the series, 'Ashes to Ashes' has 45,000 words completed.
BETWEEN THE CRACKS
In 1988, when the Department of Children and Families tries to intervene with a poverty-stricken ex-fireman suffering from mental illness, a single father and his daughter go on the run where they realize that sometimes in order to hold on to what you love, you have to let it go.
An unlikely band of brothers finds themselves at odds with an oil heiress and her racist rockhounds on the frontier of 1867 America.
I AM WHO I AM
An unapologetic look at the seldom told, and often forgotten, dark and twisted natures of those we celebrate as literary and cultural heroes.