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Rosen Trevithick

British Author of Humorous and Psychological Fiction For Children and Adults
 

Rosen was born in Cornwall and grew up on Restronguet Creek. She studied Experimental Psychology at St Catherine's College, Oxford, before moving back to the West Country. She now lives in Falmouth with two imaginary cats, fantasising about getting a real one.

In 2011 Rosen was an aspiring author. Writing was a hobby. The following January sales of her Kindle books took off. Her total download count is now approaching quarter of a million.

Rosen has a variety of books in print...

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“I’ve had to wait for three hours in this waiting room, next to a woman who, frankly, smells as though she hasn’t washed for a week. “Furthermore, why are you blind? You’re a receptionist, for goodness sake. What kind of organisation makes somebody who can’t see the first point of contact? “Don’t get me started on the parking. I had to walk half a mile just to get here. Half a mile, only to sit in a room with paint peeling off the walls.” “Sir, please remember that we’re a charity, run by volunteers.” “You served me on time yesterday.”

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Seesaw - Volume...
11.10.2017

Seesaw - Volume II was featured in the daily newsletter.

Posted in the thread
09.10.2017 12:38

Posted in the thread book on site

Then please use your book's Amazon ID (also known as an ASIN). It should be found on your book's Amazon page and will be 10 characters, staring with a 'B'.

My Granny Writes...
02.10.2017

My Granny Writes Erotica - Threesome (Quickies 1-3) was featured in the daily newsletter.

Chocolate Making...
01.10.2017

Chocolate Making Adventures was featured in the daily newsletter.

Two Shades of...
30.09.2017

Two Shades of the Lilac Sunset was featured in the daily newsletter.

No Shades of...
27.09.2017

No Shades of Grey was featured in the daily newsletter.

Posted in the thread
26.09.2017 11:35

Posted in the thread Book image not appearing.

I'm afraid we can't override the covers brought in from Amazon at the moment.

The Ice...
26.09.2017

The Ice Marathon was featured in the daily newsletter.

My Granny Writes...
25.09.2017

My Granny Writes Erotica (The Original Quickie) was featured in the daily newsletter.

Seesaw - Volume...
24.09.2017

Seesaw - Volume 1 was featured in the daily newsletter.

Lipstick and...
23.09.2017

Lipstick and Knickers was featured in the daily newsletter.

On the Rocks...
22.09.2017

On the Rocks was featured in the daily newsletter.

London, the...
21.09.2017

London, the Doggy and Me was featured in the daily newsletter.

Posted in the thread
20.09.2017 11:18

Posted in the thread book on site

Thanks for getting in touch.

Is your book listed on Amazon?

The Other...
20.09.2017

The Other Daughter was featured in the daily newsletter.

Pompomberry...
19.09.2017

Pompomberry House was featured in the daily newsletter.

Posted in the thread
12.09.2017 12:29

Posted in the thread Where can I buy this book

It's a drabble - i.e. a 100-word self-contained short story.

Posted in the thread
12.09.2017 12:28

Posted in the thread Fundraising for BookHippo.uk

Just a quick note to say I've had to prune a couple of these posts to take out the massive book ads. I really appreciate all the helpful suggestions, which is why books by authors who post are displayed in the right hand sidebar.

Posted in the thread
20.08.2017 12:42

Posted in the thread Fundraising for BookHippo.uk

Tony, thank you for taking so long to think up and write fundraising suggestions.

1. I used to run Self-Publishing and Small Press Awards (SpaSpa) but it turned out to be way too time consuming. Although, now you've made me think, I...

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