Nicole Aube is named after a chipmunk. She has spent a great deal of her life convincing people she is, indeed, not a Brittany but very much a Nicole. In doing so, she learned quickly how to weave a good tale. When she wasn’t creating stories of her own, she was reading everyone else’s.
Today, Nicole lives on the Mississippi Gulf Coast with her husband and two children. She teaches tenth grade language arts to a great bunch of kids and loves to travel as an excuse to inspire her writing (which it really does).
If you were to ask what her inspirations are, she would tell you T.S. Eliot’s poem, “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock” and Willy Wonka. Yes, Willy Wonka because there’s no life to compare to that of pure imagination.