Nicola Cornick is a British writer of historical romance novels since 1998 and a historian specialising in public history.
Her works are recognised for their historical research and well-observed characterisation. Her books have been translated into over 40 languages and she has won a number of awards. She also works as a consultant for TV and radio, and as a volunteer guide and historian at Ashdown House, a 17th-century National Trust hunting lodge in Oxfordshire.
Nicola Cornick is the organiser of the Romantic Novel of the Year Award and a member of the committee of the Romantic Novelists' Association She runs writing courses and gives talks on the history of Ashdown House and history and writing-related topics.