Author: NikkiWoolfolk

New Year, New Self-Care Routine

We filled last year quietly pursuing personal growth goals. With the loving support of my friends I achieved a lot. While I didn’t reach all my writing goals I did achieve a degree after writing dozens upon dozens of research papers that were a minimum of 10 pages wach. Apparently, the latter held of my […]


Dare to Bare: Coming Out One Steampunk Story at a Time

Originallyfrom Love Byte Reviews Decades ago when I first decided to take myself seriously as a writer I would write in different genres, but always tried to have the romance between a male and a female. The adventurous were always fun to write, but I felt so awkward trying to write straight characters. Several manuscripts […]


Acts of Kindness: A Cinderella Story Reimagined

Originally on Literary Escapism Blog for Cinderfella (The Men of Summerly) There are moments in our life when we are filled with doubts and we wonder if anything great will happen or any kindness will be shown our way. It is a treasure to find a friend that reminds you of the existence of such […]


Shakespeare & Steampunk: Romancing the Words

Originally posted on Love Romance Passion Guest Blog When I decided to write the second installment in my Steampunk romance RIVETED series I never imagined that of the mashup, but the results caused my own hear to flutter and be swept up in the magic that only Shakespeare’s Midsummer Night’s Dream play can do.  In […]


A Fairy Tale for Us

Original post from XX The tendrils of magic that connected them severed. The young man searched frantically for his donkey head. The clock chimed two. Cinderfella, RIVETED series, Book #2  Let’s face it, life is hard. Even when it’s going swimmingly for ourselves those around us are struggling and more times than not we just […]

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Lady Astronomers in Steampunk

Originally in XX As a kid, I grew up around science, whether it was astronomy, computers or aerospace engineering in the California Bay Area. When not overseas on deployment, my father would take me out stargazing a few miles away from the naval base we lived on. The beauty about living on the Moffett Field […]


Terrariums: Victorian Storytelling under Glass

Originally on Emma Jane Holloway’s blog  If green thumbs exist I am lacking in having one, but it doesn’t keep me from trying. My mum has the ability to make the most fragile plant grow even if it seems dead. When it comes to me I can kill a cactus in the desert. How sad […]