Nicole Evelina

About me

Nicole Evelina is a historical fiction/historical fantasy author represented by Jen Karsbaek from Foreword Literary. Her first novel, Guinevere of Northgallis, is a new take on Arthurian legend as told by Guinevere herself. It’s part of an anticipated trilogy.

Nicole has spent the last 14 years researching Arthurian legend, Celtic Britain and the various peoples, cultures and religious practices that shaped the country after the withdrawal of Rome, and has traveled to England twice to visit some of the places in this trilogy. She’ll be visiting Scotland in May 2014 for additional research for the third book.

Nicole is an avid reader and fan of historical fiction, historical fantasy and urban fantasy.

She is an Accredited Business Communicator (ABC) through the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC), a distinction that tests writing and communications skill held and by only 8,000 people world-wide. She has a B.A. in English and M.A. in media communicatio

From my website

15 Years of Guinevere

Warrior Today is a very special day for me. It’s the 15th anniversary of when I wrote the first words to the Guinevere trilogy.  It’s interesting to me that in the 57 million revisions it’s gone through since then (including at least one almost total rewrite and several partial rewrites),…

Finding Hope in Tragedy

Nicole Evelina:My September posting at Spellbound Scribes. Originally posted on Spellbound Scribes: Image used with permission (as given on site) from http://robwebster.net/2011/08/15/9-11resources/ Normally I try to avoid 9/11 coverage like the plague because I simply don’t want to be reminded of that dark day in our country’s history. But this…

Researching Historical Fiction: Dark Ages vs. Victorian America

Image from http://juanydavidadoratrices.weebly.com/history.html I’m in the middle of Mount Researchmore again (this time for a histfic I hope to have ready to sell by spring). This is my first one that’s near to modern history (set in the mid-late 1800s in the U.S.) and I’m noticing what a different experience…

 
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