from author’s website
Nicole Meier is a native Southern Californian who pulled up roots and moved to the Pacific Northwest, where she lives with her husband, three children, and one very nosey Aussiedoodle.
Her debut novel, THE HOUSE OF BRADBURY, was chosen as a Best Book of 2016 by Refinery29. Her latest novel, THE GIRL MADE OF CLAY, was recently named a Top Book according to Bookbub readers. THE SECOND CHANCE SUPPER CLUB, is forthcoming (September 10, 2019, Lake Union Publishing).
Nicole’s works have been published in The Oregonian, Cascade Journal, Southern Oregon Magazine, Women Writers Women’s Books, Brazen Woman, and more.
Watch the Central Oregon Daily News team interview Nicole on her books, writing style, and creative inspiration. http://zolomedia.com/author-nicole-meier/
PRAISE AND RECOGNITION FOR THE SECOND CHANCE SUPPER CLUB:
“This heartwarming story of two headstrong women who relearn how to listen to one another will delight fans of Mary Simses and Nina George.” —Booklist
”This is a devour-in-one-sitting read that is as atmospheric as it is emotionally resonant.” —Michelle Gable, New York Times bestselling author of A Paris Apartment and The Summer I Met Jack
“A book to be savored.” –Jennifer Gold, author of The Ingredients of Us
“The Second Chance Supper Club is a glorious celebration of new beginnings, sisterhood, and the healing power of food. A wonderful story!” —Kaira Rouda, USA Today bestselling author
”Meier writes with insight and heart, offering readers a vivid peek at the intriguing world of private supper clubs in this life-affirming story of three women reconnecting with the ones who matter most.” –Amy Mason Doan, author of The Summer List and Summer Hours
”In this moving tale, Meier brings these ambitious, complex characters to life, and sets them on an emotional journey toward honesty and acceptance.” –Sonja Yoerg, Washington Post bestselling author of True Places