In the first book in this thriller-horror series, fourteen year old Mikayla’s life is cast aside when she is wrongly imprisoned for the murder of her family and sent away to the maximum security prison, Whittmore Penitentiary. With no direction and no family, she is forced to grow up quicker than normally. Faced with dastardly creatures, a Warden who seems to have her in his favor, and a set of friends who may or may not be the start of rebuilding what she lost, she attempts to survive in her new hostile environment while still forced to deal with struggles of normal life and secrets she can’t begin to understand about herself. When things reach a breaking point for her, the only thing that she is sure of: If she wants to live – she has to escape.
Set in a world that has given up on it’s youth, being below twenty is almost a crime.
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An aspiring young artist with a strong sense of adventure.
Since Nico was a child their biggest dream has always been to create, may that be with a brush, a pen, a microphone, or a stage. They have been preforming their poetry around their current residence of Jacksonville Florida since the age of fourteen and first became published in a chapbook created by them and their fellow youth poets in JYPS. At eighteen Nico published their secound book, their first independent full length fiction novel ‘Prisoner Nineteen’. Shortly after the book debuted they were accepted into the Jax Book Fest 2019 along side R.L. Stine, and debuted their first solo poetry book ‘I am Arrogant And Cruel’ on Amazon.
Nico dables in genres from drama to horror with current publishings in Dystopian and Poetry genres out now, and a snippet of a horror and a YA Romance out on their online publishing medias. With a blog dedicated to fashion, lifestyle, and reviews in the works.
Never one to stick with one platform, they preform every three months at a local event called Turn It Up Thursday! for the Pablo Creek library, where they read from their books and preforms live music. You can find short stories on their blog and on their Tablo and Wattpad accounts, aswell as find a list of appearance dates on their website. (Kholoudnine.weebly.com)
On their off days, Nico can be found in libraries volunteering or hiding out in special collections, shooting off arrows in their backyard, or in a park with good friends.