The novel published by The Books House of Sevile is available in both print and e-book versions and can also be gotten in any other format. It is an addiction recovery piece written in a literary fiction tone.
The author who goes by the name Nicole D’Settēmi popularly known as a self-described “poetic, nomadic, creative soul,” and is an enthusiast of a variety of artistic mediums. This piece was written with years and years of experiences in her repository.
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The novel is popularly touted to be a beautiful, unique, honest, raw and poetic account of recovery, Addictarium takes readers on a compelling journey through the life and eyes of the narrator; a creative, nomadic, deep–but, incidentally broken–young woman, and underlines the contributing factors to what it’s really like to suffer from addiction.
The Official Book Synopsis: When wild-child, and south Florida escapee, Danielle Martino finds herself curled in a ball on the cold tile floors of her filthy rank bathroom in the tiny studio she rents with her fiancé and partner-in-crime, she knows it’s time to quit abusing heroin. Severely impaired from shooting a bad batch of black tar heroin, and already partially blind from the infection that the muddy poison has caused, she is forced to hitch a greyhound bus to New York City, and to abandon her care-free, American-bohemian, drug infested lifestyle.
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About the Author:
Author Nicole D’Settēmi is a 35-year-old writer, currently living in upstate New York. She has lived in five regions nationally, including South Florida and New York City. She has always been a self-described “poetic, nomadic, creative soul,” and is an enthusiast of a variety of artistic mediums, but considers writing her number one form of art, and feels everything else is just an extension of that passion and creative outlet.
Nicole published her first novel last year, Addictarium.
The author has published a memoir she proclaims part of The War Stories Chronicles, a series of novels, poetry collections and other works-of-art of her own doing, that revolve around the themes of addiction and mental illness.
She has also penned The True Colors Poetry Series, a 3-piece collection of poems revolving around similar themes.
She is also a fine artist and painter and spends her spare time invested in mixed media art, with her fiancé Miguel, in upstate New York.