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:
Spring Has Sprung!
Entry posted on 31st March 2019
What a shockingly idle blogger I am! Still, the sun’s shining now and spring has sprung, after a fashion, so let’s have some Springy things, starting with this year’s tenant in the nest box that hangs on one of our … read more
2018 A Year of Books
Entry posted on 3rd January 2019
2018 was certainly all about books! The House at Ladywell had been published about six weeks before the New Year began so I was busily promoting the book and getting excited by the lovely reviews it was getting, (and still … read more
Reviews & Recipes, Life in 1918 Part 2
Entry posted on 27th November 2018
Here we are, it’s out and it’s getting some lovely reviews already: ‘I couldn’t put it down. Not sure what I liked best, but I really liked the way you tell your story, even when the themes were most serious, with … read more
Life in 1918 – Recipes Part 1
Entry posted on 9th November 2018
Publication day is almost here. The Convalescent Corpse sets out on its journey on Tuesday, 20th November. Actually, that’s the ebook, the paperback is already out there. I’m so pleased the powers-that-be at Crooked Cat Books, aka Steph and Laurence Patterson, … read more
Lunch with one’s publisher – in the South of France!
Entry posted on 2nd October 2018
There’s something rather elegant and 1930ish about being able to say, ‘I’m away next week, I’ll be lunching in Carcassonne with my publisher.’ Something you might read in an Evelyn Waugh novel, perhaps, but no – this really did happen … read more