​Storyteller & Writer of Unique Fiction Books

Woolaston Entertainment, was originally created in 1994, with the sketch of the first character, a black cat named Vanessa. From there, I began creating several characters, writing several books, and drawing a series of comic strips. The W.E. or "Woolent" you see today, was founded in 2009, with the publication of "Fortune's Wing". Today, Woolent is a collection of my writing, poetry, artwork, photography, and comics. This website is my way of sharing my creations with the rest of the world.

 About Nicole

My name is Nicole E. Woolaston. I was born in Queens, New York, where I currently reside. I began writing books for myself in first grade, and continued to do so, even after I graduated from high school. Writing became my passion, after I read "Bunnicula" by James Howe, in second grade. When I learned animals could be used as characters through personification, I realized anything was possible in writing.  I published my first book, Fortune’s Wing, in 2009. Since then, I have continued to write the Fortune’s Wing series, along with the Valentine series, Valentine Apart, and Our Lady of Righteous Rage. I am also an artist: I have been drawing and painting since elementary school. I am a poet, songwriter, and guitarist as well. Hopelessly devoted to Green Day. My mother swears I have a great singing voice, though I beg to differ.

About Woolaston Entertainment

Dylan Maycriss:  Dylan is a young woman with extraordinary abilities. She is a witch; she casts spells, reads tarot cards, and also has the power to move objects with her mind.  She earns her living by reading tarot cards and casting spells for her customers. Dylan has one other ability: she man manipulate the minds of other people. She demonstrates this ability when she goes with Josie to her husband’s old job to obtain information.

Josie Roman:  She’s new to Fulton Lane. She and her husband Stephen move into their new home, diagonally across the street from Dylan’s house. While Joanne warns Josie against having contact with Dylan, Josie decides to befriend her anyway. Josie’s life appears normal to most people, but the truth is, there are many problems between her and Stephen. Dylan picks up on this, and offers to help Josie in any way she can. Josie is unfamiliar with witches or witchcraft, but she is open minded and tries to learn whatever she can from Dylan.

Lilith Baylor:  Dylan’s cousin on her deceased mother’s side. Lilith has a slight psychic ability, and she decides to develop it by learning to read tarot cards. She has no trouble speaking her mind, and she’s very close to both her cousin and her mother.

Cassandra "Cass" Baylor:  Dylan’s aunt and Lilith’s mother. Cassandra is a medium; she can sense things about people and she has very strong psychic powers. She’s very protective of Dylan, and believes Dylan’s father Marcus is a dangerous man. Cassandra also helps the local police department with some of their cases. The case she is involved with during the story, concerns a number of women who have been murdered.

Dylan and Josie’s Relationship: What happens when you put an introvert and an extrovert together? Josie wants to make friends, while Dylan isn’t too keen on letting anyone get to close to her. She’s already aware of her reputation in the neighborhood, and she doesn’t seem to care. Dylan keeps to herself, but Josie is new, and wants to get to know the people she’s going to be living near. What develops is an unusual friendship between a woman who would rather be left alone, and a woman who shouldn’t be left alone with her husband.

Becoming friends with Dylan also exposes Josie to a world she knew very little about: the world of Wicca. Her ideas about witchcraft are stereotypical. For example, she expects Dylan to have a broomstick instead of a car. Dylan learns something from Josie, too. She learns how to be a little more compassionate towards others.

Next month, in honor of Father’s Day, I’m going to focus on my male characters. See you next week!

This is the final Monday Blog post for May, and I’m ending it with the ladies of The Witch of Fulton Lane.  The list of characters for this book is short (and mostly female, anyway), so this will be a short blog. If you haven’t read this book yet, be warned: there are spoilers ahead!

The Witch of Fulton Lane
dealswith the occult, domestic violence and the stereotypes people develop about one another. Dylan’s neighbor Joanne believes she’s evil because she’s a witch, even though she really doesn’t know anything about witches or Wicca. Dylan’s other neighbor Josie chooses to look beyond Dylan’s lifestyle, and see her for the wonderful person she truly is. The two main characters, Dylan and Josie, start out as complete strangers, but ultimately discover they need each other more than they know. 


Author & Artist                 

May 2018:  Female Character Month/Our Lady Month

The spotlight will be on all of the female characters of W.E. Plus, Rightoeus, the 4th installment of the Our Lady series, is coming out! I'm having a sale on the Ebook versions of the series. 

Righteous is available here: https://www.amazon.com/Righteous-Our-Lady-Rage-Book-ebook/dp/B07CT86V7S/ref=sr_1_fkmr0_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1525893271&sr=8-2-fkmr0&keywords=righteous+nicole+wollaston

World Goth Day is May 22! To celebrate, "The Witch of Fulton Lane" ebook will be FREE May 22-May 25! 


Happy Memorial Day!!!!

June 2018: Let's Hear It For The Boys

It's the boys' turn to get some attention, as I focus on W.E.'s male characters

Me, as Dylan Maycriss

What are people saying about Woolaston Entertainment Books?

Very good!!  Val is a “tough girl”; for the millennium.  It's refreshing to read a story where the characters, plot and dialogue are completely new .  I hope to read more from this author.  

---Elaine2013, bn.com

I joined Goodreads to get acquainted with some new authors and, I was lucky enough to win this book. Nicole E. Woolaston writes her heart out! If you like the idea of a woman, who doesn't take any crap, you will love her Valentine Series. She doesn't take any crap, yet, she is full of heart. This book is fast paced, with something always going on. I look forward to reading the next saga in Val's life.    -----Kathryn Green, Goodreads.com

Allan & Mac:
Let me begin by saying this story has some really great dialogue. Allan and Mac both work as hitmen, which is, a dangerous profession. But the light-hearted and sarcastic exchanges between them make you forget that they're being paid to kill people. Its the first in a sister-series to Woolaston's "Valentine" series, and its worth checking out. ---ebunny88, bn.com

I loved Mac she was so gutsy. She wasn't afraid to do her job. Love the black dress story.----jparris, woolastonentertainment.com


Love Mac's personality and the banal commentary while indulging in the least mundane activity. Keep it comin'!--- Jennifer, jukepop.com

Fortune’s Wing:
Really enjoyed this book. The author is very creative , and the dialogue is very well written. This is a must read.---Robert, goodreads.com

I had the pleasure to read an amazing book written by an amazing author. Fortune's Wing had me from the very first paragraph. It was well written and kept moving with great anticipation as to what will happen in the next chapter of the book. I can't wait to read the next book...and would like to see all of these characters come to life on the BIG SCREEN. Kudos to Ms Nicole Woolaston on a job well done. What more can I say: I LOVED FORTUNE'S WING!!! Now, I have family members who wants to read the book!!----Pam Coghill, woolastonentertainment.com

Our Lady of Righteous Rage: Extended and Uncensored:
While I enjoyed the previous version of this book, I have to say I prefer this edition. Uncensoring this story makes for much more interesting reading. The cursing isn't excessive, which is nice, but it suits the story and the characters. Plus, I really enjoyed the fake Rolling Stone interview at the end. If you haven't read the original version, its okay to start with this one. Personally, I hope the author publishes uncensored versions of all of her work from now on.  --Ebunny, goodreads.com

The censored edition of this book was good, the uncensored edition was even better. I think adding the swearing back into the dialogue, enhanced the overall "punk" feeling of the story. I hope Nicole Woolaston writes the rest of the Our Lady books in this way.  --RM1978, goodreads.com

What happens when you mix Cats with Punk Music?? Something freaking awesome is what!! ---Stephanie Young, goodreads.com

Read the full review here:https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/1844311051?book_show_action=true&from_review_page=1

Amazon reviews are here! :https://www.amazon.com/Our-Lady-Righteous-Rage-Uncensored-ebook/dp/B01E1PZNUQ/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1498496313&sr=8-1&keywords=our+lady+of+righteous+rage+extended#customerReviews

   Monday Blog

        May 28, 2018: The Ladies of The Witch of Fulton Lane