Tuesday, 08 April 2014 12:08:38 (Mountain Daylight Time, UTC-06:00) ( )
I just wanted to pop in and give a huge shout of thanks to everyone who has made my novel Intertwine a great success. Though only out for six weeks, the book already hit Amazon's Hot New list and was listed on USA Today. I so appreciate everyone who has purchased the book. And I particularly appreciate those who have taken the time to leave a review. The book currently has an overall average of 5-stars, so thank you! If you haven't got your copy yet, you still can here. Also, the book is still free to borrow if you have Amazon Prime and own a Kindle device. Come see what everyone is talking about! It's the perfect book for spring break.
I also just returned from a trip to Europe and particularly England where I did research for the next book in the series. We even stayed in a Tudor manor that is similar to Haldon Manor in Intertwine. This is just an iPhone Instagram image, but you get the idea. This is Charlecote Park.
Can't wait to post more images from this trip!
Nichole Van has repeatedly been labeled as a hot, new, up and coming photographer. As a Utah wedding photographer and a Utah
portrait photographer, she specializes in turning everyday life into art. Nichole loves expressing the unique beauty of
every client, creating artistic images that make people gasp when they see them.
As an international award-winning photographer, Nichole won the prestigious International 8x10 Portrait of the Year from
Wedding and Portrait Photographers International (WPPI) for 2007. Consequently, her international award winning photography
was featured in Rangefinder Magazine in June 2008. She has also taken First, Second and Third place honors from WPPI in other
international competitions for her child and family photography. Additionally, Nichole has received numerous Accolades of
Excellence and currently holds an Accolade of Photographic Mastery from WPPI.
In addition to her love for photography, Nichole loves teaching and enjoyed being English faculty at Brigham Young University
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