|Scott Nicholson biography:
Scott Nicholsons first novel "The Red Church," inspired by an actual haunted church near his home, was released as a mass market paperback in 2002. It was selected for three book-of-the-month clubs and was a Bram Stoker Award finalist. His other novels are "The Harvest" and "The Manor."
Nicholson won the grand prize in the international Writers of the Future contest in 1999. That same year, he was first runner-up for the Darrell Award and his work was recommended for both the Stoker and Nebula Awards. He studied Creative Writing at Appalachian State University and UNC-Chapel Hill and served as secretary for the southeastern chapter of the Mystery Writers of America. Hes published over 40 stories in six different countries, some of which appear in his collection "Thank You For The Flowers."
Nicholson was born in Mooresville, NC, and has lived in many NC towns, including Goldsboro, Asheboro, Sylva, Taylorsville, Forest City, Gastonia, and Tryon. He works as a journalist in the Blue Ridge mountains near Boone, NC. His former jobs include carpenter, dishwasher, musician, house painter, radio announcer, and baseball card shop owner.
Nicholson has also published many writing articles, and his website www.hauntedcomputer.com features a number of author interviews, articles, and fiction.
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