Nicole Disney

J.J. Brown
428 books | 3,248 friends

170 books | 4,968 friends

K.C. Sp...
576 books | 1,368 friends

Elena G...
179 books | 225 friends

Alison ...
301 books | 812 friends

Aderyn ...
244 books | 1,843 friends

Chloe G...
201 books | 70 friends

Tony Levy
435 books | 4,944 friends

More friends…

Nicole Disney

Goodreads Author

in The United States


Member Since
April 2013


Nicole is a lifelong storyteller who is happiest when exploring the hidden corners of life. She lives in Denver, Colorado, where she is a collector of jobs that inspire her writing. She has worked as a 911 operator, police dispatcher, and martial arts instructor. Nicole loves words that hit hard and stories that linger. She has written literary fiction, contemporary LGBT, short stories, and flash fiction.

Average rating: 4.34 · 449 ratings · 143 reviews · 6 distinct worksSimilar authors
The Clinch

4.56 avg rating — 281 ratings2 editions
Rate this book
Clear rating
Hers to Protect

3.98 avg rating — 86 ratings — published 2018 — 3 editions
Rate this book
Clear rating
Secrets on the Clock

3.95 avg rating — 40 ratings — published 2018 — 3 editions
Rate this book
Clear rating
Dissonance in A Minor

4.05 avg rating — 20 ratings — published 2013 — 4 editions
Rate this book
Clear rating
Shadows of a Dream

3.88 avg rating — 17 ratings2 editions
Rate this book
Clear rating
Beneath The Cracks

3.80 avg rating — 5 ratings
Rate this book
Clear rating
More books by Nicole Disney…

Upcoming Events

No scheduled events. Add an event.

Down the River Un...
Rate this book
Clear rating


Nicole’s Recent Updates

Nicole Disney made a comment in the group Goodreads Librarians GroupAdd a book cover topic
" Hello. Can a cover image please be added to The Clinch by Nicole Disney? Thanks.
...more "
Nicole Disney rated a book did not like it
Bites by Jennifer Hilt
Rate this book
Clear rating
Nicole Disney is now following
Hers to Protect by Nicole Disney
Nicole Disney is now following
More of Nicole's books…

Topics Mentioning This Author

topics posts views last activity  
Nothing But Readi...: Harry Potter 843 858 Mar 09, 2021 11:57AM  
220 Goodreads Librarians Group — 124011 members — last activity 0 minutes ago
A place where all Goodreads members can work together to improve the Goodreads book catalog. Non-librarians are welcome to join the group as well, to ...more

Comments (showing 1-5)    post a comment »
dateUp arrow    newest »

message 5: by Lily

Lily Wakefield Hi Nicole,

Thanks for friending me. I’m celebrating my book award with a free download of No Photo Available today through midnight August 9. Please get your copy today and pass this message along to your friends. I’m sure I don’t need to tell you, every little bit counts. Thanks much.


Nicole Disney Cari wrote: "Thanks for the friending, Nicole! I have to go find your book now, I just saw your intro in the Colorado group and it prompted me..."

Hi, Cari. That's great news. I'd love to hear your thoughts on the book. The direct link is (in case you're having trouble finding it):

Goodreads seems to be having issues connecting that link to my cover image at the moment. I imagine it will be easier when I'm on Amazon and Barnes and Noble next week.

Glad to be in the group with you!

Nicole Disney Hi Figuratio,

I haven't read Paradise Lost. I enjoyed Divine Comedy more than it seems you did, but I'm still interested to see if I end up agreeing with you about Paradise Lost being better.

Sorry on the late response, by the way. I'm not sure how, but I missed this comment.


message 2: by Cari

Cari Z. Thanks for the friending, Nicole! I have to go find your book now, I just saw your intro in the Colorado group and it prompted me...

figuratio I noticed you've read Dante's 'Divine Comedy' (4 stars).

Have you read Milton's 'Paradise Lost'? His work is better. Easier to read, better prose poetry and more warmth. In fact, one can't help but feel a certain sympathy not only for Adam and Eve, but for the Devil as well!

'Paradise Lost' left me feeling something by the end (even though I knew the 'ending' already. Who doesn't?).

But with Alighieri's Divine Comedy, I felt nothing, as if it were some sterile dogma; an accomplished metaphysical dissertation intended for an unquestioning, unfeeling audience. Perhaps that's harsh, but I do feel Milton's was better.

back to top