Nicoleta Taylor was born in Transylvania, Romania, and moved to Phoenix, Arizona, in her forties. Her name reunites both her Romanian past and her American present.
While living in communist Romania, she found her refuge in books. In elementary school, she was already reading any novel that she could find during those hard times, imagining herself as a secret traveler witnessing other worlds. That was when she also started writing, mainly poems and fairytales.
At the age of 14, she won Someș Literary Presences - a Transylvanian poetry contest, setting a record as the youngest poet ever to receive such an honor. At the age of 18, she was one of the top three finalists of the 1989 Romanian Language and Literature National Contest, which motivated her to pursue a B.A. in philology, majoring in Romanian and English.
After she became a mother of three children, her life challenges in Romania put her writing on hold. In 2010, she married her American soulmate and moved to Phoenix, Arizona, together with her children, where she rebuilt her life and started writing again.
In 2011, she competed in the “Text Construct” Romanian National Contest of Poetry and Short Prose, where her short stories “The Last Bus” and “The Wheel of Fortune” ranked her #3 nationwide.
In 2021, she was invited to contribute to an American collective book, “Wisdom of the Silver Sisters - Guiding Grace,” a #1 Amazon international bestseller, recipient of the Firebird Award, and Barnes & Noble pick for the Biggest Books of the Fall.
On Earth Day 2022 she published her first poetry book, Terrans: To MotherShip Terra's Stewards, with Love, which quickly became an Amazon bestseller. It transcribes the broadcast of a human passenger of MotherShip Terra, our planet, that intriguingly and insightfully coalesces science fiction with spirituality.
While she continues writing poetry and prose, she has also authored courses and teaches Romanian language and culture for several language services providers with outstanding results and feedback from her American students.
She collaborates with Ambrosius, a gifted team of dollmakers from Romania, by distributing their exquisitely handcrafted dolls in the U.S. market under the brand name Eco Flower Fairies.
She is also doing work that makes her soul sing by helping those seeking a holistic spiritual approach to their issues, which earned her the Romanian / Transylvanian healer nicknames. You can learn more about her work on the Guidance page of this website.
Her Romanian website dedicated to planet Earth is an environmental activism platform promoting inspirational ways to protect, honor and love our only home: https://drepturilepamantului.wixsite.com/drepturilepamantului
The scale from
where void embeds
the unmanifested potential
and infinity unfolds
the progressive manifestation
of the Source,
within the Source.
starlight to stardust.
starlight to life.
Quo Vadis, Terrans?
2013 Romanian Instructor - certified by VL247, Syracuse, NY
2007 Translator and Interpreter of English and Romanian - certified by the Ministry of Justice, Romania
1998 ESL Teacher - certified by the Ministry of Education, Romania
1990-1995 Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania - Bachelor of Arts, Major in Romanian / Minor in English
1985-1989 A. Muresanu High School, Dej, Romania - class valedictorian
2018-2020 Matrix Drops USA - quantum healing lectures
2013 Omega Vector, Phoenix, AZ - full module graduate
2008 Therapeutic Massage Practitioner - certified by the Ministry of Labor, Romania
2006 Alternative Therapies Consultant - certified by Eurocor, Romania
1999-2005 Táltos School, Budapest, Hungary - healing arts lectures
Watch Nicoleta talking about the series of synchronicities that led to publishing her book dedicated to our planet exactly on Earth Day.
Watch Nicoleta sharing her life journey from Romania to the US