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Events, press clips and media pieces as well as reviews and links to radio, TV, and podcast interviews with Nicole Blades.


Here's where you will find press clips and media pieces — both written by Nicole and those written about her — as well as reviews of her books and links to radio, TV, and podcast interviews with Nicole. Also find out where Nicole will be popping up next with the list of her upcoming events and appearances.



Don't miss the next event in a city near you! Be sure to sign up for Nicole's A Writer's Life newsletter to find out where she'll be next!

RT Convention
Reno, Nevada
May 16th to May 20th

Adinkra House: Meet the Author
Montclair, New Jersey
May 6th @ 3PM.

Books & Books
Miami, Florida
Feb. 6th @ 7PM

Connect Authors & Publishers Association
Avon, Connecticut
Jan. 20th @ 7PM

J. Crew, Westfarms Mall
West Hartford, Connecticut
Sunday, Dec. 10th @ 7PM



Breakfast Television Montreal. 
Montreal author Nicole Blades new fiction novel is called “Have you Met Nora?”.  Watch.

Minorities in Publishing Podcast. 
Jenn speaks with Nicole Blades about her new novel, the prevalence of colorism, and how she utilizes her experience in journalism in her fiction writing. Listen.

Happy Ever After USA TODAY. 
Interview with Nicole Blades, Author of 'Have You Met Nora?' Read.

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Writer's Digest. 
Nicole makes her WD debut with "5 Ways to Save Your Character From a Drowning Story." Read.

We Heart Writing. 
Guest post by Nicole Blades on the benefits of not writing happy endings. Read.

Good Housekeeping: My Son Is Mixed, But in This Country He Needs to See Himself As Black and Proud. 
Saying he's biracial feels vague and skirts the reality of how of our very black and white world works. Read.

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