Nikki Rosen uses her writing to empower others to reach for their best.
Her book, In the Eye of Deception won The Word Guild Award and received an Honourable Mention for The Grace Irwin Award.
She has won a number of short story contests and has been published in various anthologies and magazines.
Her book, Dancing Softly recently shortlisted for The word Guild Award.
Nikki is a Jewish believer. Her heros are Anne Frank, Corrie Ten Boom, Eli Weisel, Maya Angelou. Her favorite book on writing is Anne Lamott's Bird by Bird.
When not writing, she could usually be found hiking the trails in the woods or in the hills with her family.
Dancing Softly - "WOW! Gripping hardly describes it! I couldn't put the book down for long. It was raw and intense, especially at the beginning, but I believe it needed to be that way to keep me cheering for Jamie through her time in the mental hospital...wanting her to get out....knowing she would! I'm in Awe. I believe you were hand picked by God to write...to let others know...to bring HOPE! I'm finished and I'll be sharing. (No wonder the printing press went down!) but he can't stop God and His purposes from prevailing! Julie Huff
Dancing Softly - "A powerful story of hope and courage that shows nothing is impossible to overcome if we learn to dance more softly. With a rare insight and honing her craft, Nikki challenges the reader to trust that good can come out of every situation no matter how hopeless it might seem. The beautiful message in Dancing Softly is that everyone's life is a gift and has value and purpose. I highly recommend reading this book." Melvina Walter, Executive Dir. of The Halton Women's Centre
In the Eye of Deception - I got your book yesterday afternoon...I read late into the night and this afternoon....yours is such a beautifully written book, one that resonates with me on so many levels. I loved the descriptions, felt like I was right beside you, experiencing every situation with you. At times it was hard to breathe. Other times, I was moved to tears. Many times I was frightened for your safety, touched by your endless bravery. And then I was inspired.....I found the detail of the coaching advice affirming the very processes I am currently working on in order to change my own negative belief systems. I don't believe in co-incidence, your book came to me as a message of hope. Lisa de Nikolits