Nick sent me an email of the type I really like--something to let me know his achievements are progressing. Here is a part of it, which is self-explanatory:
... I have recently published two new (non-philosophical) novels on Amazon's Kindle: a mystery/adventure story called Black Cliff, about three very different people caught up in the consequences of the importation into Britain of alien customs such as arranged marriage and honour killing; and Hopeless: Death of a Fawn, a psychological detective story in which a disabled, poetry-loving police inspector and his highly educated lady partner strive to prevent the murder of a young girl.
My earlier book, Old Nick's Guide to Happiness: A Philosophical Novel is also now on Kindle. Since the intellectual aspects of the book fall naturally into two halves, theoretical and practical, I republished it in two volumes, Book One: Why, and Book Two: How.
If you don't have a Kindle, I believe it is possible to download the books for reading on Ipads, PCs, etc.
I would be deeply grateful if you could post this information on OL, though I should perhaps point out that O'ism underlies the new stories rather than being spelled out as in ONGTH.
If anyone wants to buy his books (I highly recommend them), here is the link to his name on a Kindle search: Kindle Store > Nicholas Dykes.
Here is his author's page on Amazon: Books by Nicholas Dykes
As of this post, his new novels are not on his author's page, but they are on the Kindle search.
(btw - Those are not affiliate links. I live in Illinois and, because of recent tax laws by the busy-body state government, Amazon refuses to allow Illinois residents to be associates.)
I am linking to this thread from the other one on his earlier novel: Old Nick's Guide to Happiness.
I wish Nick all the best luck and success. He writes really good Objectivism-friendly stuff.