On Moving, Moving On

A college kid helping kids and others

About Me

Nicholas Cordts, Published Author

Five years ago my parents helped me accomplish a life goal I never dreamed of achieving at the age of 15. With our joint dedication, I became a published author of my book, “On Moving Moving On.” The book is a memoir/self-help book where I give advice to other kids and teens going through the same life-changing situation I had at 13 years of age… Moving homes and going to a new school.

This website was created five years ago as a social hub where readers could connect with me on a personal level. I answered any questions they had for me about the contents of the book and gave my advice if they came at me with an issue with their moving experience. The whole point was to empower kids and teens to seek opportunities and succeed in their new high school environment. I still happily talk to readers and try to help out the best I can.

In this new, updated website, you can find links to my comedic YouTube videos featured on my channel, Flixonix. I’ll also be writing reviews and editorial pieces on video games, movies, and TV shows. Really any form of media that leaves some sort of impact is fair game.

I’ll try my best as a college student to make many new posts to this blog. I love staying in contact with all of you and encourage anyone to leave a comment. Keep checking back for more updates on the book. I haven’t stopped writing for these past five years and I have many thoughts I’d like to share with you.




  1. Hey what’s up, this is some interesting stuff. I had no idea you were creating or had created a book. Hope it goes well and nice job with the site. Keep it going, cya later.

    Comment by Matt Arsenault | July 12, 2010 | Reply

  2. nicholas-can you give me a call at 508-234-5882 as soon as possible i’d like to do my saturday (oct.30) column on you and your book
    bill fortier
    reporter, worcester telegram & gazette.

    Comment by bill fortier | October 26, 2010 | Reply

  3. Nick hope u are well there’s were great to review. I retired forgot to transfer your contact information and cell. My new one 770428 6650. Go dawgs!

    Comment by Ken hilderbrand | May 7, 2015 | Reply

    • Hello Mr. Hilderbrand, I’m doing well thank you. And thanks for the updated contact info. I’m going to email you now. Has your email changed?

      Comment by ncdownhill5 | May 11, 2015 | Reply

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