‘High heels, a suitcase, and a world turned upside down.’ Fifteen year old Rosie falls through time to meet her teenaged grandmother and great aunt in the middle of the London Blitz. This is the first in a series of adventures for Rosie. It was launched by Accent Press at the London Book Fair 2016.
I was thrilled to receive this review of Rosie Goes to War from a young lady who attended the Hillingdon schools workshop I ran in January. If you'd like to read Rosie Goes to War, it's available on Amazon Kindle Deals for 99p at the moment!
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STOP PRESS: Accent Press Ltd have reverted their rights to Rosie Goes to War back to me. It should still be available as an ebook in the US and Canada, but if you'd like a paperback copy, I now hold all remaining stocks, so please get in touch. click to insert body text here ...
I've completed writing the second of Rosie's adventures, which has a working title of Rosie Goes to Whitechapel. Rosie finds herself in Victorian London, teaching her own great-great grandmother while Jack the Ripper is committing his horrific murders. But this time, Rosie isn’t the only time-traveller. Having a friend with the same secret should make it easier, shouldn’t it? Or does it just double the worry about why they’re there and how they will get home?
I'm planning more adventures for Rosie and am actively seeking a publisher for the series.