Nicole Armas | SparkaTale


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  • Joined 03/05/14
  • Last login 06/13/17
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Nicole Armas's Bio

Writing has been a hobby of mine for quite awhile now and I have written a few short stories focused mainly on historical settings (Canadian ones moreso) and some fantasy ones too. Those stories are on and my username is the same as it is on this site (Nicole Armas). I am on as well under the username Miss Voltara

I take inspiration from my own personal experiences as well as people and events in history and authors from the Victorian age like Charles Dickens, Herman Melville, and Edgar Allan Poe. Some of my most favourite books are: Moby Dick, The Fifth Mountain, Paco's Story, The Guns of Normandy, The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (and all the other original stories), Three Day Road, Oliver Twist, The Great Gatsby, Peace Shall Destroy Many, and Dracula.

Complete Stories:

  • Have you News of my Boy Jack?
  • The Last Dragon
  • The Simple Beliefs of a Simple Man

In Progress

  •  Where Chaos Reigns
Nicole Armas has not written any poems yet.
  • The Mountain King

    I can only hope you'll update this soon because I absolutely love it! You had me hooked from the beginning, your writing style is very good and the story seems to flow very well. I wonder what will happen to Elsa next.

    Reviewed on: December 23, 2014

  • Blood Trail

    Your writing style is very descriptive so you get a great sense of the setting and the people around Lilith. While reading this, I immediately felt the great pain that the main character felt and all the anger she feels and the intense resentment she has towards her father. Right away, I can see that the Lilith and her father and Ben are flawed in some way which makes them more believable. Your use of vocabulary is not repetitive so it keeps the story from going dry. I spotted no grammar or punctuation errors so you did excellent in those areas. Overall, it's a spectacular story; you were able to snatch my attention and hang onto it until the end. Keep up the good and I'll be looking forward to reading whatever you write next. :)

    Reviewed on: November 8, 2014

  • Toto Caelo: The Beginning

    I quite like this so far! I'll be reading more once I have some spare time!

    Commented on: December 23, 2014

  • Ja Vi Elsker Dette Landet

    It's quite obvious that Astrid had a close relationship with her father and it makes me glad he made it home in one piece! I quite liked this story. One question: what does "Ja, vi elsker dette Landet" mean?

    Commented on: December 6, 2014

  • On Wings of a Dragon

    Thank-you for taking the time to read it! And I'm glad that you've pointed out my grammar mistakes. I do my best to avoid them but sometimes its difficult to see the faults in your own work.

    Commented on: November 18, 2014

  • Haunted Season

    i really enjoyed this! I loved the way your would describe the characters and your writing style is great to. Keep up the good work!

    Commented on: March 7, 2014