Nick Doyle lives in Saint John, New Brunswick. He began writing while attending law school at the University of New Brunswick, when he realized that creating fiction was considerably more interesting than studying trusts. He has a bachelor’s degree in Greco-Roman studies and has forgotten more Latin that any modern man ever needs to know.
Nick is passionate about growth in New Brunswick and Saint John, and is happy to be starting a family here. He lives with his wife, a graphic designer, and first child, a happy baby boy.
In his writing, Nick explores the themes of growing up, facing uncomfortable truths, confronting trusted elders, and forming uneasy alliances in moral grey areas. He writes novels in the low fantasy genre, placing modern people in unbelievable worlds, whose problems are an allegory for the problems of modern youths. Nick is constantly striving to improve his writing skills and hopes that the Writers Federation of New Brunswick can help him do so. In non-fiction, Nick writes about video games and gaming culture for Gamemoir.com, and formerly on his blog, Mistranslations for the Modern Gamer. He loves to talk about games and movies, as well as politics, municipal pride, and the pros and cons of the Oxford comma.