Nicole Meier is a native Southern Californian who pulled up roots and moved to the Pacific Northwest.
“The House of Bradbury weaves a contemporary Hollywood storyline with authentic Los Angeles literary history. The effect is a sparkling premise, memorable characters and crisp dialogue that draws in the reader. Author Nicole Meier whips up a thoroughly enjoyable modern story of self-discovery. Readers will find magic in The House of Bradbury.”
“Just as inspiration hits struggling writer Mia Gladwell, she agrees to take in a recovering young starlet. With Ray Bradbury’s former home as its backdrop, Nicole Meier weaves a delightful tale of accidental friendships and second chances.”
“In her charming, wry debut, Nicole Meier brings together a frustrated writer, a Hollywood ingénue, and the weathered home of a literary great. Through a winsome protagonist and a perfectly painted Los Angeles backdrop, Meier reminds us that although we’re built on history, a wide open path still lies ahead.”
The House of Bradbury is a thoughtful and witty book about picking yourself up when life is unfolding in an unexpected and challenging way. Nicole Meier skillfully illustrates that opening up to new experiences can be richly rewarding―and surprising. As a Southern California resident and fan of literature, I was delighted by the way Meier creatively weaves her fictional story into the history of the Bradbury home.
Full of friendship, family, charm, and a touch of mystery, Nicole Meier’s debut makes you wish you could move into the house of Bradbury, too. Pour yourself a cup of chamomile tea and enjoy!
“Soaked in the unflinching rays of California sunshine, The House of Bradbury is a smart look at family, loyalty, and the traces of humanity that every author leaves behind.”
“Who hasn’t wanted to live in a famous author’s house and felt lost after a major life change?”
“A book to add to the spring reading list STAT.”
“This novel from Nicole Meier sounds part Eat, Pray, Love part Under the Tuscan Sun.”
“A book you’ll definitely want to read this spring.”