Fearless is officially available at the Touchpoint press bookstore, on Amazon, and on Barnes and Noble! If you haven't checked it out yet, I highly recommend it. I mean, who doesn't enjoy a story that's action packed, and a heroine that kicks butt? :)

I just recently updated the website, check it out! There are some new trailers for both Fearless, and my upcoming book, Dark Revelations.

Make sure to follow me on Twitter, Facebook, and Tumblr!

I also want to thank everyone for being so patient while Fearless was being re-released. If you bought the old version, I think you'll like the changes I made to the story.

I also want to take a minute and thank Touchpoint press for helping me make Fearless better. If it wasn't for them, I would never have gotten this far.

And as always, keep checking back here.for any news concerning myself, or my writing. I should have a preview to Dark Revelations posted here soon. God bless!

- Nicole Coverdale


I just recently guest posted on my publsher's blog. If you have a spare moment check it out! It tells you a little bit about me, how I think, how I write, and also gives advice to aspiring writers.




Happy New one every one! I hope everyone was able to enjoy a nice holiday. To ring in the new year, I thought I'd share a sneak peak into my current project, Dark Revelations. I hope you all enjoy it!

Sunlight suddenly lit up the forest and Trish watched as a splash of red suddenly appeared across the front of Tara’s shirt. Tara’s eyes widened, a gasp escaping her mouth, as she dropped to her knees.

“Tara?” Trish’s breath caught, as she watched her friend fall to the ground, and she lunged forward. “Tara!”

            “Trish, no!” Tara pushed her away, shaking her head, vigorously. “You have to go!”

            “No. Not without you.”

            “Trish.” Tara grabbed her by the arm, forcing her to look at her. “I’m not going to make it.”.

            “Don’t say that!” Trish cried. “You’re going to make it, Tara! You have to! We’re supposed to do this together!” She pressed her hands to Tara’s wound. “I just have to stop the bleeding. I just need something—“

            “Trish, you’re not listening to me.” Tara gasped out, her voice fading. “I’m dying, Trish.  You have to go. You have to go now!”

            “No!” Trish shook her head. “No! I can’t leave you here!”

            “You have to.” Tara told her. “You have to let me go.”

            “I don’t think I can.” Trish whispered, “I would never forgive myself if I just left you here. You’re my best friend, Tara. I can’t let you die here, alone.”

            “I’m not alone, Trish. I have you.” Tara smiled, tightening her fingers around Trish’s arm. “I don’t have a lot of time, Trish, but I want you to promise me something. I want you to promise me that you won’t blame yourself for any of this. None of this was your fault, do you hear me?”

            Trish nodded, biting back the sob that threatened to break loose. “I promise, Tara, but how do I live in a world without you? You’ve always been there for me.”

            “And I will continue to be there for you.” Tara reached up, and ripped the necklace from her neck, handing it to her. “Do you remember this?”

            Trish smiled, taking the locket from her. “I do. You put a picture of each one of us in here, so that you would never forget out friendship, even if we’re miles apart.”

            “I want you to have it.”

            “No. I can’t take this!”

            “I want you to have it.” Tara told her. “That way I will always be with you. Trish, you and I have been through so much together. You’ve been like a sister for me, and seven days ago, when we were kidnapped, we both knew that I wasn’t going to make it out of here alive. I’ve never been as strong as you, Trish, and I have always envied that about you. You always know what to do, and you never hesitate.” She laughed. “Even stuck in this forest, running for our lives, you never once lost hope and it’s because of that, that I know that you’re going to get out of here. You’re going to get out of here, Trish. You’re going to get out of this forest, you’re going to escape this monster, and you are going to live a very full life. You’re going to have a husband, you’re going to have kids, and you’re going to live happily ever after just like we’ve read about a million times and believe me, you deserve it.” Tara’s breath slowed. “I love you, Trish.”

            Trish felt tears roll down her cheeks. “I love you, too.”

            Tara smiled, and her eyes suddenly rolled up in her head, her body went lax, and her body fell to the ground, lifeless.

            “Tara? Tara!” Trish screamed, shaking Tara’s prone body. “Oh God, Tara!” She sobbed, laying her head against Tara’s chest, listening to her heart beat stop. “I miss you already.” she whispered, just as the bushes rustled behind her.

            She froze, whipping her head around, and the wind whipped through the air. She watched the bushes rustle, and a man stepped out of the trees.  He walked toward her, a black and white mask covering his face. Over one shoulder he carried an axe, over the other, was a rifle.

            The black and white strangler.


Hello! Well I've made a few additions to the website. I figured, since I'm so close to being done with Dark Revelations, that each day I'll introduce a new character in the book. So keep checking back on here, on tumblr, or on my facebook page to see what character you get to meet next!


Happy February everyone! In the spirit of the month, I am spreading the love by giving away free ebook copies of my novel, Fearless. I want to thank you to everyone who has purchased the book, who has followed me on my website, Facebook, and Twitter. It means so much and I couldn't do this without all of you. Make sure you get your copy before the promotion ends. Last day to get a copy is February  28th!