{Book Spotlight} The House of Bradbury by Nicole Meier #SRC2016

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Summary from Goodreads:

Mia Gladwell s life is going nowhere. The media has skewered her debut novel, her fiance Carson, a successful Hollywood producer, has jumped ship, and now she s living in her sister s carriage house unattached, unemployed, and uninspired. Then she learns that the Los Angeles estate of iconic author Ray Bradbury is up for sale, and she feels an immediate urge to buy the wonky old house, convinced that moving into the late author s home will inspire her to create her best work yet. Life in the Bradbury house is not what Mia imagined, however. Soon after moving in, to fulfill a debt she owes to Carson, she agrees to take in a pill-popping young actress as a tenant, and suddenly she finds herself in a balancing act between her needy ex, an unpredictable starlet, and her disapproving sister, who s keeping a close eye on her. Add to this a series of mysterious sketches left at her doorstep by a stranger, and Mia s life is more complicated than ever. As she searches for clues, though, Mia discovers insights into her own life. Maybe moving into Bradbury s house was a big mistake but maybe not.”

Praise for The House of Bradbury:

“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

Want to read an excerpt from The House of Bradbury?

Check out Nicole Meier’s website for chapter 1!

How The House of Bradbury was inspired by a picture:

Nicole talks to Amy Sue Nathan about the inspiration for BRADBURY.

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Happy Reading and Bookishly Yours,

T @ Traveling With T

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