About Nick Daniels
Nick was born in the late 1970s in a bustling city in South America. He wrote his first short story in the third grade about an explorer lost in the Amazon jungle. While in the sixth grade, he discovered Jules Verne and was hooked into fiction for life.
He spent the next few years reading literature classics (mostly Dostoyevsky) and contemporary Latin American writers such as Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Jorge Luis Borges, Julio Cortazar and Mario Vargas Llosa plus every book in the library that pricked his interest.
At age fifteen, he decided to write a novel about a woman who loses the ability to love. It remains (thankfully) unpublished. After graduating from journalism school, Nick moved to the United states to continue his education and write about science and faith issues. He worked as a science writer for several years until he gradually found his way back into fiction.
Nick now lives on an island in the pacific in what can be described as a writer's paradise.