Nicole Meier

Nicole Meier is a native Southern Californian who pulled up roots and moved to the Pacific Northwest.

Meet Nicole

“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.”
Lian Dolan, creator and host of Satellite Sisters, author of bestselling novels Helen of Pasadena and Elizabeth the First Wife
“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.”
Amy Sue Nathan, author of The Good Neighbor and The Glass Wives
“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.”
Michelle Gable, author of A Paris Apartment and I’ll See You in Paris
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.
Lisa Henthorn, author of 25 Sense and television writer of Swingtown, The Beautiful Life, and The Glades
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!
Amy E. Reichert, author of The Coincidence of Coconut Cake
“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.”
Colleen Oakes, best-selling author of the Queen of Hearts saga and Wendy Darling series
“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.”
Your Tango
“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.”
The Berry

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Women Writers, Women’s Books

I share the realities of my book tour and how I discovered a world of enthusiastic book clubs in my recent article for Women Writers, Women’s Books magazine.
When I announced the release date of my […]

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Named Best Book 2016 by Refinery29

The House of Bradbury was recently named a “Best Book of 2016” by Refinery29.
I like a good Netflix binge as much as the next woman. But when I look back at 2016 and think about […]

Named Ultimate Summer Read by Sunset

The House of Bradbury was named an ultimate summer read by Sunset Magazine.

Sunset contributor Robert Clark shares the must-read titles for your summer reading list.

It’s a universally acknowledged truth that the West Coast is the best coast, […]

Named Hot New Book by Coastal Living

Coastal Living Magazine named The House of Bradbury one of “16 Hot New Books to Read This Summer!”
Looking for a hot summer read to take with you on your trip to the coast? Look no […]

Fit Fab Fun List of 10 Must Reads for Summer

The House of Bradbury named one of “10 Books to Add to Your Reading List This Summer.”
With summer just around the corner, we’re gearing up for weekend getaways filled with sunshine, good wine, and a […]

Brit & Co Top Book for Summer!

The House of Bradbury named one of “20 Hottest Reads to Add to Your Summer Reading List.”
The House of Bradbury by Nicole Meier: A frustrated writer, a Hollywood starlet and the old house of a famous […]

Named Best Book of May by Refinery29

Thanks to Refinery29 for naming The House of Bradbury as a Best Book of May.
The House of Bradbury
By Nicole Meier
Out May 10

Best Book of May. May is truly a fantastic month for reading.

Everything about Mia […]

How Ray Bradbury, And His House, Inspired Bend Author

Here’s my Q & A with The Oregonian this week.
There’s something delightful about the fact that Nicole Meier’s youthful admiration of a novel about a world where books are banned eventually led to the publication […]

Named Top Summer Read by SheKnows

SheKnows names The House of Bradbury a top summer read!
Feeling hopelessly defeated by the publishing world, debut author Mia Gladwell feels like her potential has reached a sad end. Her Hollywood producer fiancé ditches her […]

Summer Reading Challenge 2016

Check out this fun summer reading challenge that includes The House of Bradbury!
Summer reading! Popsicles, cotton candy, triple-scooped ice cream cones – summertime is all about stealing a few moments with delicious sweet treats and delectable […]

LEVO Names The House of Bradbury a Must Read

Thanks, LEVO for including The House of Bradbury on your list of “Nine New Must Read Books That Will Make Your Spring So Much Better.”
The House of Bradbury by Nicole Meier
This novel from Nicole Meier […]

Join Me at Book Soup in West Hollywood!

A fun fiction event at Book Soup!
I’m so excited to announce the first stop on my book tour! Come join author, Lisa Henthorn and me at Book Soup, in West Hollywood this summer! Check back […]

Buzz-Worthy Books

What fun to be included in this round-up of buzz-worthy books by Your Tango! The House of Bradbury was named one of “13 Books For Women (By Women) To Add To The Spring Reading List […]

Redbook’s Must Read for Spring!

The House of Bradbury has been named one of Redbook’s “20 Best Books You Absolutely Must Read This Spring.” I’m thrilled to be included among this list of fun and amazing authors for 2016 spring reading!

The House […]