Nola’s debut novel and the first of her series, CRESCENT CITY MOON, is coming soon from Pandamoon Publishing.
Originally from south Louisiana, Nola Nash now makes her home in Franklin, Tennessee, with her husband and three children. Growing up in Baton Rouge, she spent long hours onstage or backstage in the local community theaters, or writing stories that refused to leave her head any other way than to be put on paper. Her biggest inspiration was the city of New Orleans that gave her at an early age a love of the magic, mystery, and history. There are few better places for her to dream up stories than walking through the French Quarter or Garden District imagining what those places could tell.
When she isn’t writing, Nola is teaching middle school English, which means she gets to play with words all day while dodging hormones and drama. Except for the school plays and musicals, that is. Then, she’s the one creating the drama. If the weather is warm enough, she’s out on her deck tending her garden and suburban wildlife that hang out there, like the trio of fawns who though the backyard was their playroom. If the weather isn’t great, she’s geeking out over BBC America. When she can, Nola sneaks a few minutes to meditate (only a few minutes because meditating can lead to naps and those make her discombobulated.) She also considers tacos and coffee major food groups.
Remember that many sides to every writer thing? Check out her adventures here on the Blog page. Historical, paranormal, and fantasy may be her jams in novels, but Nola lets her bohemian side out on her blog: Music City Hippie.