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About Nicky Webber

Nicky loves topics that challenge social convention and takes readers on an emotional journey. She likes to confront their thinking, make them laugh at life and think about what they would do given a similar situation. That’s the intrigue that keeps readers turning the pages. Born in New Zealand, Nicky lived in South Africa, where she enjoyed a successful career as a journalist, before returning home to Auckland in 1994. Nicky lives in Cambridge, where she writes and blogs updates and excerpts of her work. https://www.facebook.com/nickywebbernz https://nickywebber.com

Paula’s Happy Place

By |2020-01-28T11:01:40+13:00January 28th, 2020|

Paula’s Happy Place

It’s been a rough start to the New Year dealing with the death of a close friend and struggling with a sense of loss experienced by people close to me.

What do you say to a dying friend who tells you she’s frightened? Do you mine the depths of avoidance and distraction, or do you front up with respect and love in the hope of providing some solace, providing […]

BOOK TWO Reader Reviews

By |2020-01-28T12:57:05+13:00January 20th, 2020|

FIRST Book Reviews of In the Deep End – Book Two

NEW book in this series and already hitting a 5-STAR rating

“Thoroughly enjoyed Book Two, their relationships continue to be complex and interesting. “The Project” had me totally captivated and intrigued and became a “couldn’t put down “page turner.” Raewyn Viljoen

“I’ve known author Nicky Webber for some time and she’s just launched her third book In the Deep End – Book […]

What the Best Advice?

By |2020-01-28T12:58:26+13:00January 15th, 2020|

Whats the Best Advice You Ever Received?

I’ve a wonderful friend who’s older than me. Throughout my child-rearing daze, she was always ten years ahead, offering sage advice at every stumble.

Her words of wisdom still guide me today. One of the most notable was the following:

“Before going out anywhere make sure your nipples are aligned.” 

Thank you, Mrs Marais! 

I know it’s not funny for all those who have breastfed! But when you […]

Getting the Job Done

By |2020-01-28T12:59:19+13:00January 12th, 2020|

Getting the Job Done

I am working on two books this year – my 2020 goals!

If it’s anything like my exercising and healthy eating goals, I won’t stand a chance.

But I’ve committed myself to churn out 2,000 words a day on my new book, “Sophia,” which I started in December last year. So far, I am up to 44,000 words. YES, you’re right. I don’t have a life! I need around […]

New Year New Dare 2020

By |2020-01-28T13:00:07+13:00January 2nd, 2020|

New Year, New Dare!

I have a policy of never looking back.

That stuff is all done and dusted, it’s sentenced to a fixed way of being, and there’s nothing much you can do about it. Some self-help proponents advise apologising to those you have wronged. I’ve tried it. It works sometimes …

But if you’re into letting go and moving forward, you often don’t need to pick the scab off some failure […]

It’s All in the Blurb – Book Two

By |2019-12-29T16:10:54+13:00December 29th, 2019|

It’s All in the Blurb – Book Two

After researching back cover blurbs I’ve discovered mine needs changing! I’ll be updating the blurb on Amazon and see if that helps first before I change the back cover on the printed paperback versions! Here’s the NEW Blurb:

Book Two: Cleverly Deceptive – Like the Truth.

Young, innocent Hawke Jones and Sacha Davis, embrace life’s adventure and each other while holidaying in New Zealand. Falling […]

In the Deep End – Book One Blurb

By |2019-12-29T15:52:20+13:00December 29th, 2019|

It’s All in the Blurb – Book One

I’ve been doing some research into back cover blurbs and mine needs changing! I’ll be updating the blurb on Amazon and see if that helps first before I change the back cover on the printed paperback versions! Here’s the NEW Blurb:

Book One: Married –  Just Not to Each Other.

When Alex Jones’ wife suddenly dies, it makes perfect […]

The Taste of Christmas

By |2019-12-16T16:15:02+13:00December 16th, 2019|

Taste of Christmas

I grabbed a fistful of fabric, pulling on my mother’s apron, desperate to get her attention.

She leaned down towards me.

‘What is it darling?’ she smiled, a smudge of cake flour across her rosy cheek.

‘Can I have a turn?’

‘Of course,’ she scooped me up into her strong arms, holding me over the earthenware bowl. Rich smells of cinnamon, all spice, raisins and orange peel, saturated my senses. I involuntarily […]

It Wasn’t Me I Didn’t Do It!

By |2020-01-28T13:01:28+13:00December 15th, 2019|

It Wasn’t Me I Didn’t Do It!

I jumped at the loud rap on my front door.

Two policemen trussed-up in navy-blue uniforms with brass buttons glinting in the early morning light growled at me. The one with a ratty moustache introduced himself. I was in shock and didn’t quite catch the name but the second, shorter and bald, barked, ‘Constable Higgins!’

Where the hell was my husband? […]

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