Nicole Schubert is an award-winning author and screenwriter with a big soft spot for anything YA/teens, comedy and romance. Her debut YA novel Blues Harp Green (2017) won an Independent Publishers Book Award and a Readers' Favorite Award in YA Social Issues. Her second book is a YA romcom, Saoirse Berger's Bookish Lens In La La Land (2021), drawing on her time working in Hollywood in film editing.

The first book in Nicole's Teen Carpool series, Carpool to Christmas (2022), is available on Kindle Vella and coming in December in book and audio format.


Nicole also loves the heavy stuff and recently wrote the Lifetime Movies /Mar Vista Entertainment thriller Deadly Assistant (2019) and Whatever Happened to Emmeline? (2022) on Kindle Vella. 

Nicole dabbles in other behind-the-scenes activities as well, like producing the monthly Improv Diary Show at Santa Monica’s Westside Comedy Theater.

She’s produced a music awards TV show and European-wide photo exhibition out of Brussels and enjoyed another side of storytelling working in the editing rooms of numerous Hollywood feature films.


Nicole lives with her family in Santa Monica and Montana, by way of Brussels and New Orleans, where she was born during a hurricane.

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