Nicola CornickNicola Cornick (born 1964 in Bradford Yorkshire, England) is a British writer of historical romance novels and more recently, timeslip mysteries that merge multiple genres, including historical fiction, romance, suspense, adventure, crime, science fiction/fantasy and the supernatural. Her books have been translated into over 40 languages and she has won a number of awards.She is also a historian specialising in public history. She acts as a volunteer guide and historian at Ashdown House, a 17th-century National Trust hunting lodge in Oxfordshire and is a trustee of the Friends of Lydiard Park, Swindon and of the Wantage Literary Festival.
Nicola Cornick was elected the twenty-eight chair (2017–2019) of the Romantic Novelists' Association, and is a member of the Society of Authors and the Historical Writers' Association. She is a speaker on various writing and history-related topics and is RNA archivist. Provided by Wikipedia
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