Introducing my new blog
The publication of Murder Fortissimo by Harlequin has prompted me to start a blog. The idea is to reach out to a wider readership, hopefully some in North America and other parts of the world, and to offer a taste of what it’s like living just outside Winchester, the ancient capital of England, hence the blog title: “Nicola Slade’s Winchester Mysteries”. The sub-heading is “Histories & Mysteries” which gives me lots of scope for blog–posts! I do hope you’ll join me at my blog.
Latest posts from my Wordpress blog:
An intriguing French detective – and some shiny new covers!
Entry posted on 15th March 2018
The snow’s gone, and even if it comes back – not that likely down here in the Deep South aka Hampshire – there are daffodils and primroses in the garden, the random pheasant sits outside and shouts for his dinner, … read more
It’s Cold Outside…
Entry posted on 24th February 2018
And while we have no snow, and the sun’s shining, the Beast from the East cold weather front is making it pretty chilly even down here on the South Coast. In fact I ought to finish painting this polar bear … read more
8 Quick Questions – Author Val Penny
Entry posted on 8th February 2018
I don’t often have guests on this blog but today I’m delighted to welcome fellow Crooked Cat author, Val Penny, whose gripping crime novel,‘Hunter’s Chase’, has just been published. Find out about Val here: Val Penny is an American author … read more
Interesting Times & Handsome Heroes!
Entry posted on 16th January 2018
I’m delighted that two of my heroines are in the news this week – not only Freya, heiress to the ancient House at Ladywell, but also my Victorian sleuth, Charlotte Richmond. Find out more below and see some almost entirely … read more
Launching and Lunching
Entry posted on 21st December 2017
The launch for ‘The House at Ladywell‘ took place on 25th November at King John’s House in Romsey. A mediaeval house now a museum, it has nothing to do with King John but was possibly a rectory for Romsey Abbey, … read more