Nicola’s inspiring new children book “Mug the Wumph the dancing wizard is now AVAILABLE on the Million Doors shop.
Nicola has kindly offered to autograph and inscribe the first 100 copies purchased from the shop.This is the first children’s story of its type with a female protagonist.
A strong and inspiring role model for future generations.
Nicola J Rowley is changing the world one word at a time!
She has published two award-winning children’s picture books and a third middle-grade book called “Mug the Wumph the Dancing Wizard”, which was released in May this year.
Nicola is so much more than a writer. Anything that she touches turns to gold. Reporting the news for the BBC (Chris Moyles and Sara Cox) covering events across the globe.
Nicola is a leading expert communicator and coach that has the ability to move you through your doubts, fears and anxieties, bringing you into hope, faith and courage allowing you to feel the endless possibilities that sit within you.
Topic: “The Power of Imagination”
About Nicola J Rowley
Nicola J Rowley trained as a Journalist and began her career in local radio before becoming a Reporter/ Newsreader on Radio 1 reading the news for the likes of Chris Moyles and Sara Cox. With a passion for communicating, she soon began working in Television, working predominantly as a Producer/Reporter for the BBC News Channel and covering events for BBC Two, BBC World and as an Entertainment Reporter for BBC Three. A career in Communications beckoned and she worked both in agency and in-house for more than a decade on some of the UK’s most successful stunts, campaigns and launches. She has launched numerous TV channels, including Eden and Drama, both of which led to multi-award winning success including SABRE Award Europe (Gold Winner) Best PR Campaign (The Guardian MAA Awards) and Best Experiential Campaign (Drum Marketing Awards, Highly Commended). She then gained international experience working for BBC Studios, overseeing high-profile programme launches across Africa, the Middle East and Central and Eastern Europe. More recently, she was the Head of PR at Thorpe Park, where she devised and oversaw the most successful Fright Nights season in the theme park’s history. In January of 2019, Nicola launched her Communications Agency, NJRPR. She now helps female entrepreneurs and brands in the entertainment and leisure industries get noticed through strategic PR storytelling. Alongside the agency, she also runs the Working Mum Association, a global community of 60,000+ women, providing them with additional support, inspiration and motivation. Nicola is also a keen writer and has published two award-winning children’s picture books. A third middle-grade book called Mug the Wumph the Dancing Wizard is due out in May this year.