I am a former beauty queen from Phenix City, Alabama, but instead of sticking to sequins and sashes, I went on to college at the University of Texas at Arlington. After completing my degree in English Literature, I set out to write the Great American Novel. I failed. I can’t hold a straight face long enough to turn out anything remotely serious. I couldn’t even turn out my firstborn with a straight face, and might be the only woman in history to have delivered a baby to a room full of laughing people.
Previously published in the vampire genre (Order of the Blood, co-authored as Lane Morris with Nicole Vlachos, who can hold a straight face, and published by Black Bedsheet Books, and ghost author of many, many more), I decided to turn my talents to sunnier subjects, writing what I know: Fried catfish, Southern funerals, sequins, and sass. Tiara Trouble is the first in a series of three Destinee Faith Miller books to be published with Cozy Cat Press.
After dabbling in cozy mysteries, I thought I’d try my hand at something a little hotter. You can look for Playing All the Angles, by Nicole Lane, to come in the summer of 2014. Romance! Betrayal! Hot guys on motorbikes! Mmmm.
I write the stories I’d like to read, and also the ones I’ve lived that are worth telling.
I blog for fun, and because otherwise, people would be begging me to stop talking.
I live in Texas with my little family and our dog Hoo. We’re pretty happy.
[lane is] sexy with a little bit of creepy sprinkled here and there.
[Lane is] a goddess-like creature.
[Is] a Disney character in need of show
Zany, outspoken, honest and hilarious
[Lane] is crazy like me!
God!! She is soooo cute! And knowledgeable! And honest! And fearless!
Lane takes sassiness to a whole new level. Worship the Sassiness!
Gloriously funny, incandescently beautiful, wonderfully witty and sublime–once you’re around Lane for a while, everything she says does [make sense]. It may just be that she’s so damned cute, your logic circuits burn out, or maybe just an amendment to the laws of nature. But still…
–she is a pretty rockin’ chick.