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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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04.04.2019 08:37

Posted in the thread Can I upload my photo?

The feature has been disabled. Where did you find a link that offered you that option please?

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30.03.2019 12:11

Posted in the thread error message when requesting a feature

Hmm... I've looked into it quickly and couldn't replicate the issue. It shouldn't be to do with Java. I'll have anther look. Anyone else seeing this problem?

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01.02.2019

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31.01.2019

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Two Shades of...
27.01.2019

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

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26.01.2019

Pompomberry House was featured in the daily newsletter.

No Shades of...
25.01.2019

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29.11.2018

Smelly Trolls - The Gamebook was featured in the daily newsletter.

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28.11.2018

Chocolate Making Adventures was featured in the daily newsletter.

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27.11.2018 08:44

Posted in the thread Mobile view

There are known issues with the site on iPhone and iPad. Really sorry but we have no plans to fix them in the immediate future. Do you have access to another device?

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27.10.2018 12:06

Posted in the thread Confirming promotion

We never have confirmed books in advance.

London, the...
07.09.2018

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

Pompomberry...
06.09.2018

Pompomberry House was featured in the daily newsletter.

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05.09.2018

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

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21.08.2018 11:07

Posted in the thread BRUNETTE

Certainly. Please go to 'Author Tools' -> 'Request a Feature' and follow the instructions.

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13.08.2018

The Troll Trap (Smelly Trolls Book 1) was featured in the daily newsletter.

My Babysitter is...
08.08.2018

My Babysitter is a Troll (Smelly Trolls Junior) was featured in the daily newsletter.

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06.08.2018

Smelly Trolls - The Gamebook was featured in the daily newsletter.

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04.08.2018 11:49

Posted in the thread feature request

Are you entering the title correctly? Titles must be in title case and not include the genre.

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03.07.2018 09:58

Posted in the thread ASIN not recognized

Amazon limits the number of times we can pull data from their site. So we probably reached our limit. Admittedly, we could do with some more helpful error messages.

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