Gasparillo, Trinidad and Tobago
Home page: www.40somethingbook.com
Nichelle Dottin-John is a 40-something year-old, Trinidadian woman who is passionate about art, interior design, creative writing and psychology. She embraces her faith in God as that which keeps her anchored and resilient. She loves a good joke, considers herself to be hilariously funny, considerate of others' feelings, loyal and dependable. She also has an inherent trait as a good listener. Nichelle has been employed in the oil and gas industry for the past 21 years, in the field of Employee Assistance Programmes (EAPs) and is the proud mother of two handsome sons.
Nichelle holds a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)Degree in Psychology, Counseling and Human Resource Management from Caribbean Nazarene College (CNC) in Santa Cruz, Trinidad. In her thesis, which addresses the subject of Mid-Life Crisis and Divorce, she strongly posits that the high incidence of divorce during middle adulthood can be reduced through increased awareness and effective education about Mid-Life Crisis.
Nichelle has explicitly written about middle adulthood and its accompanying psychological turmoil - Mid-Life Crisis, from an experiential perspective and has converted her thesis in her first book, "Understanding Mid-Life Crisis & Divorce - Strengthening Marriages/Reducing Divorces." Her second book, a novel entitled, "INDULGENCE," is a Trinbagonian-inspired fictional work sautéd in seductive herbs and spices for a raunchy, sizzling hot, mouth-watering experience. It is a compelling story which takes an up-close-and-personal look at the character, "Fortie" and some of her contemporaries, who are all on the thresholds of mid-life crises. The story unravels to reveal their relationship inuendos, their secret fears, uncertainties and sexual indiscretions, for all to see. But be warned....it's very much like a roti and a red Solo, but with plenty, plenty pepper!
Both books are available on Amazon.com in Paperback and Kindle formats.
Interests: Art, Writing, Psychology
Published writer: No