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.


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!


113 thoughts on “Published Work”

  1. I have not had the courage you have in publishing a novel, although I have published poetry books. Good luck with your novel.

  2. I really hope that’s not the cover art to your book, At this age, anything on your book will be judged, including the cover art. So if you’re selling a book, get a talented designer to create the book cover for you. No matter how good the story is, the book will first be judged by the jacket, the cover, like how we humans are judged. I hope you’ll be able to cart these books out to buyers often, but remember this, don’t save on a few pennies because your work deserves the best book cover it can have. The cover needs to be as good as the story it contains, and I’m sure this book isn’t anything that people could just pick up on the floor, so don’t let the cover be something lacking.

    Hope you’ll sell books like hot cakes, dude.


    1. Far from the worst cover I’ve seen. A bit of mystery to it, raises the questions of “Why ‘Midas?’ Is that Midas on the cover? Who’s he gonna shoot?” It also lends itself to branding: a different map in b.g. (maybe a different color), a similar silhouette, and the right title, and the next book fits the brand with minimal effort.

    2. I don’t like this thinking. I may never be published but if you are inspired by the work and words which is what all writers are striving to achieve why get so hung up on the cover. I think it is beautiful by the way. Also does the publishing world have to be so small minded. Writers have creative minds with often multiple talents. I know you are trying to help someone whom you think is talented and may God bless you for that. But let us let the wind ruffle our creative life’s and this writer may be blessed by Gods blessing which can take on any project and make it a NY Best Seller. Keep writing and may your pen never be stilled by the critics who roam around freely, unchained and free unlike the writer who only wants the words of his heart to be read. God Bless.

  3. Just purchased this, and I’m excited to read it! I’ll also aim to have a review up in the next two weeks if I don’t get buried in coursework first… which reminds me that I have an essay to write.

  4. Congratulations on your book Chris.. I would love to share your achievement on my blog artsdayinfo.wordpress. ?????

  5. Thanks for liking my post mate. – ” To get something you never had…. You have to do something you never did!”
    Your book will be fine!!… There should be a RUSH to start the SECOND!!…. Don,t wait JUST DO IT!

  6. well, although you published this in either 2015 or 2016, not really sure, I’m sure it turned out great. I myself am writing a story except it’s not even close to being finished. I enjoy reading and writing a lot so id like to know your thoughts on that and your experience. It may be some good inspiration for me I suppose.
    I’m glad you liked my post, and I appreciate it. It has also allowed me to find your wonderful site and I’m excited to read your posts and to read more posts in the future

  7. Thanks for liking my blog Chris. I’m fairly new to reviewing and it’s great to see an author visit. Cheers. Hope your book is doing great things.

  8. I’ve just bought the book, couldn’t resist my urge to read it having read the synopsis. I’ll read it soon!

  9. Bravo, Chris, unless you believe in yourself you cannot endure the test. I know words matter to you and you shall not fail if you write with passion,- and I can vouch for it, and write to please myself first and foremost. I have been blogging for 10+years and I am still breathless for so much remains still to be told. Wishing all the fortitude and satisfaction that you can muster from your creative efforts,

  10. Thank you, Chris, for visiting Tina Opines. Been blogging for quite awhile and now consolidating blogs..can’t say I have the following you have, but i think it is great that you are Followed so well. Keep going!

  11. Thanks for visiting The Story of Tonight! I was almost about to give up blogging for good until I decided to expand my text type to articles as well. You just happened to land on my first one! Your blog posts are truly inspiring. The passion you have for writing is super empowering. You just gained a new fan!

  12. I like your writing. I liked your letter to you about you. As for me, I’m an old guy, in my mid sixties. My blogging will probably end when Trump loses in 2020, Then I’ll look forward to death, I guess. But you keep on keepin’ on. You’re good. Good luck!! (p.s. Thanks for stopping by one of my blogs! I appreciate it.)

  13. Thanks for liking my posts Chris. My personal diary ‘Cancer is a Dancing Queen’. I just ordered a paperback copy of your book ‘You’. I can’t wait to read it ☺️🥰

  14. We live in an age of madness, including a toxic masculinity, where people have been conditioned to believe a real man is alpha. To them, alpha means superior dominator, violent, aggressive.

    For some, the perception of alpha is falsely valued over character traits such as humility, compassion and empathy. A quiet confidence is what the TRULY confident man exudes.

    The insecure man is cocky and relies on his big muscles and aggression to define his masculinity. Unfortunately, some women are attracted to these types. Great post!

  15. Thanks for liking my blog-post.
    Lately I have just started, and feeling quite a bit odd. Then you just happened and liked the post.
    That was so truly inspiring.
    I m loving your posts, omg, you have gained a lot.

  16. From a design perspective, I think both covers are pretty dope. I don’t think I’ve ever bought a book based on it’s cover unless it was a graphic novel and even then not do much. Might not be your idea of cool but it doesn’t mean it’s not someone else’s.

  17. I don’t see anything wrong with the covers of those books!

    And, in general, I never judge a book by the cover. I always read the back of the cover and skim the inside of the pages to get an idea of what the story is about and go by the vibes I feel.

    Congratulations on publishing your books it is a wonderful accomplishment and a great endeavor. I hope you are motivated to continue on. I published two books myself years ago so I speak from experience.

    I wish you all the best!

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