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Nicole Lambert

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About Me: I am a signed author and editor for The Polyethnic Publishing, an up-and-coming indie publishing company. I also sing in the choral union at my university. I am a metalhead and gamer who is currently studying criminology, anthropology, and French. ***************************************************************************************** I like writing about what scares me. Therefore, some of my works may have dark themes associated with them. ***************************************************************************************** Bands I enjoy: In This Moment, Five Finger Death Punch, Disturbed, Avenged Sevenfold, Device, Halestorm, Slipknot, Stone Sour, Hellyeah, Mudvayne, Papa Roach, From Ashes to New, In Flames, Through Fire, Nonpoint, Nothing More, I Prevail, Our Last Night ***************************************************************************************** Games I enjoy: The Last of Us, The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Undertale, Saints Row: The Third, Saints Row IV, Life Is Strange ***************************************************************************************** Published Works: Threatening Souls (Threatening Souls #1), Bleeding Misery (Threatening Souls #2), Twisted Ignorance (Threatening Souls #3), Days of Darkness (Days of Darkness #1), The Five Stages ***************************************************************************************** Current works-in-progress: Immortal Injustice (Threatening Souls #4), Days of Light (Days of Darkness #2), Cliché (Figment exclusive story)

Published Books

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    Bleeding Misery

    A world of light overpowers a world of darkness.

    The ICW—it stands for the International Clique Wars. It is being hosted by Jason Speirs this year, and Eternal Division has been accepted to participate.

    Rebekah Jensen had returned to Marywood after just surviving the curse of Roseway along with Holly, her witchy best friend. Except for her and a few others, everyone else's memory of Roseway had been wiped, convincing her that she can now live a normal life. But Holly informs her that things are far from being over and that she will not only be hunted by Rebecca Johnson, the name of her supposed true soul, but by Henri Anderson as well.

    Rebekah's situation worsens when the gruesome bodies of a few clique participants are found. To make matters worse, the deaths are happening the same way as the many deaths in Mandy's self-published novel, Bleeding Misery. With the threat of the Bewitched lurking within the ICW halls, Rebekah starts to fear that the events in Mandy's horror novel are becoming reality.

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    Threatening Souls

    The sacrifices, the drama, the horror within.

    In the year of 1860, a curse was performed over the suburb of Roseway, Washington, which rests about twenty miles south of Seattle, that killed nearly every living resident. After coming back to Earth as spirits, they form a twisted plan that not only provides them with bodies of their own but also kills off all who venture into Roseway in the future.

    Thirteen-year-old Rebekah Jensen has lived a fine life in Marywood, Florida with two best friends, a clique that strives to make her one of them, and a boyfriend who happened to be one of the most popular guys in her school. But all that is about to change when the date of her arrival to Roseway nears, when she starts to see things that she presumes are spirits—and she is sure that she had gone insane.

    After moving to Roseway, she gets sucked into an illusion of the dead, coming to regard Roseway as some sort of cult in which they worship a mysterious being that is introduced to her as the Master. Within the months of enduring Roseway, she finds out more about herself and her purpose in the suburb. Teaming up with a friend, who has a dark secret, Rebekah must put an end to the curse before she ends up like the rest of the victims.

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    The Five Stages

    The five stages of grief. Denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance. Many experience these stages usually after the death of someone they love. For Alexander Blake, a senior at Goldenglow High School in Los Angeles, California, love means everything.

    It had been over four years since Alexander had met Jade Ferguson during his freshman year, who had recently moved from Flagstaff, Arizona. For him, it was love at first sight, and they instantly had a connection. For four years, they had dated, and they fell deeply in love with one another. Sophomore year was when Jade finally revealed to Alexander her deep, dark secret. And that secret was what eventually led to their destruction two years later.

    During May of his senior year, Alexander watched his girlfriend get brutally murdered by her father one night in his own house. Since then, he could never forgive himself for letting her die at the hands of that insane, drunk man. This is his story of how he undergoes the five stages of grief.

Figment Writings

  • Cliche


    *FIGMENT EXCLUSIVE STORY* Cliché Winters has always been a little boy crazy, especially when it came to Samuel True-Blood and Ben…

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    The Five Stages

    *This has now been published and is available on Smashwords, Lulu, Amazon, and more. What is on Figment is only a sample of the book. …

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    *ON HOLD* All her life, Jessica Turner had her future already mapped out: she was to serve in the military for the Western Unificat…

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  • Bleeding misery

    Bleeding Misery

    NOTE: The full novel is currently in the process of being edited. *Book Two of the Threatening Souls series. Misery is there, conn…

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11 months ago Haley Kissell said:

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11 months ago Stormie "Ducky" McNeal said:


There is a brand new newsletter for Figment writers! This particular newsletter is a division of Figgie Fighters, the ever popular group doing everything they can to keep Figment alive and well.

This newsletter will have advice and lessons, feature Figgies just like you, and keep you up to date on Figment news! That's not even the best part... no...

The best part is it's written by YOU.

You don't have to commit long term. In fact, if you don't want to write an article, don't! For those of you who are interested in writing an article, just put in your application. Lucky applicants will have their article featured in the newsletter. Anyone who does have their article featured will have a free, in-depth review from us!

We accept around five to seven articles each week, depending on size of the articles submitted.

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12 months ago Haley Kissell said:

Hey there fellow Figgie Fighter! Since you're part of the Figgie Fighters group you can enter to win a free review in the month of January! You better hurry though, time is running out and you'll need to post your story's name in the thread if you want to have a chance to be picked!


over 2 years ago Katie Miller said:

Hello, Nicole! I just wanted to let you know the great news that "A Past Not Forgotten" is published!...almost. Currently, I am a part of the Nerdist Collection contest through Inkshares (basically kickstarter for books) and in order to win I need to be in the top five with the most pre-orderers by September 30th. I've been all the way up to ninth! I just need more people to commit to buying!

I know what you're thinking, "that book needed a LOT of work..." and you're right! It did! But, now, I've edited and rewritten, and you can read the first chapter on Figment, and the first two are on Inkshares!

You're support would be awesome! You can even get your name in the back of the book if you want! Also, stay tuned for my feature in John Robin's world-building series!


over 2 years ago Tyanna J Snider said:

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