Published Work

Released in August 2018, You is Chris’s sophomore release. To learn more about the novel, or to order your copy, please click on the cover art below.

You.

Midas, the debut novel by Chris Nicholas was released in February 2015 by Meizius Publishing.  You can pick up your copy by clicking on the cover art below!

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111 thoughts on “Published Work”

  1. Congratulations. This is a huge accomplishment. Best of luck on this novel and all that follow!

  2. Ahhh there is nothing like holding your first published book in your hands. All the long lonely hours and uncertainties gives you a reward like no other. Congratulations on following your heart – and the book of course!!!

      1. Close your eyes, take a deep breath and just do it! It does not matter if it rises to JR Rowling’s success or not. What matters is that you would be one of the few who dreamed and dared in the harsh light of reality.
        You will never have to say – ‘What if?’ It’s a personal satisfaction, exposing your work, your soul to the world. Let me know when you do it and I’ll celebrate with you! 😀

      2. Thanks for the sweet encouragement. I am currently working on my third draft of my first novel, so I am working on the “daring” part. 😉 Maintaining this blog is part of the equation, as well!
        Thank you again!

  3. the novel review is absolutely interesting ,,, my favourite indeed!
    Would love to read it one day! Best of luck 🙂

  4. I’m actually really excited to read this book! I saw that you had liked one of my posts and toggled to your blog…and I thought “OMG! Didn’t I just add this book to my Wish List on Amazon like two days ago!?” 🙂 That is crazy! Anyway, can’t wait!

    1. Hi JR. Midas is available as a e-book via Kindle, or as a paperback. I’m thrilled that you are interested in reading the novel! And as always thank you for stopping by.

  5. Chris, you are the first guy that I can contact who has a published work to his name. Feels thrilling, you know ! Hope you make it big. But can I ask you something ? You liked my post in which I reviewed a regional Indian movie but you are an Australian. So, did you like it for its written material which may have inculcated a feeling within you to watch the movie or because you have watched the movie and agree with my opinion about it ? Please reply because I like to keep in tabs about my small yet sweet audience (by which I mean very, very, very small)

  6. Congratulations! I have just looked your book at amazon.com.
    I read the summary and then a comment from a reader who claims to be fun the book.
    Reading the summary I did not expect it to be fun (in the sense of being funny). What is good (to be fun).
    Her comment is right in the book’s spirit?
    I like a lot literature … I think I will by the book. Best, Tânia.

  7. Ah…the Novel!! Congratulations on scaling the mount Everest of 50000+ words. Here’s what I say…now you have to make your descent and start climbing again 🙂 Thanks for liking!

  8. Great to see someone who is enjoying his life and making the most of his gift of creativity. Good Luck with your book Chris and thanks for checkout out my blog:)

  9. Your book sounds very inteesting, I hope I will be able to get it in my library one day.
    Keep up the amazing work, you are a great inspiration.

  10. You are a gifted writer! I live near Boise Idaho USA and the author who wrote “All The Light You Cannot See” also lives in Boise. It is wonderful to see people accomplish their dreams. Many more blessings are headed your way with your talent. Keep it up.

  11. I will definitely add this to my reading list! Having read through your blog, I feel incredibly inspired as an aspiring writer. To pursue my long time dream of becoming an writer, I gave up many opportunities (which some would call idiotic). Nonetheless, I feel quite certain that this is the path I am meant to take. You’ve inspired me!

  12. Good luck with the book Chris and don’t be disheartened if it takes a little while for people to discover it. So much relies on marketing. at least this is an age when we are not dependent on publishers and they do not have total control over what gets published.

  13. Thanks for liking a post on my blog. For some reason my like/icon doesn’t show up so I thought I’d say congrads on publishing. I did that this month and it was so worth it. Sold 3 and happy!! Haha. Take care!

  14. Thanks for liking one of my posts. 🙂

    I would love to read this novel someday. All the best.

  15. So exciting! I feel like if my novel ever gets published (I have to finish revising it first…)–and, like you said, sells even one copy–I will feel excited for the rest of my life!

  16. Hows it going with your book? Have wanted to write something too. Suggestion: Add a widget to your home page with a picture of your book and link directly to where they can buy! Good day. Love the way you write by the way!

  17. Just purchased your ebook! Though I usually don’t read war stories, your writing is compelling enough to spark my interest. I’m sure my husband will read it too!

  18. I’m glad that you’ve achieved the distinguished goal of publishing your first book. I share in the joy and delight of that noble yet humbling achievement. I wish the book, whose existence is a success in its own right, all further success.

  19. Just reading the comments about your book is enough to convince me that you are a clear thinker who has a lot to say. I will at some point make a purchase of your book.

  20. Thank you so much for liking the post of my first Chapter on my page. I do hope I might catch your interest in reading the chapter and maybe getting some feedback. I just read through the synopsis of your book and added it to my list in Goodreads! Looks like a book I would be VERY much into. Thank you again, and best of luck to you with your book. Wishing you much success!

  21. Congratulations! Could I suggest you add a bit of a spiel to ‘sell’ your book – it will help curiosity which may lead to more sales.

    1. Hi Eli,
      Meizius were great! Very helpful and so supportive; which was invaluable for someone who had never been through the publishing process before.
      I didn’t use an agent. I just spoke directly with them.

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