Writing, Work and Wine with… Rosalie Ash

Hi everyone, I’ve been guesting on Nikki Goodman’s blog today – catch up with our conversation here!

Writing, Work and Wine

Author Rosalie AshRosalie Ash is a member of the Romantic Novelists Association and the Society of Authors.  She was first published by Harlequin Mills and Boon in the late 80’s, wrote full-time until the late 90’s, and has had 21 novels published by them with worldwide distribution. Some of her early Presents/Modern books are available in Vintage Harlequin editions at Amazon,  and many are still being translated into foreign languages (the latest was a Japanese digital cartoon with unexpectedly generous royalties!)  But after a lengthy break from writing, she has re-written some to bring them totally up to date, and self-published them via the wonderful world of  e-books.

Q. Welcome Rosalie, I’m delighted to  *meet* an original HM&B author (I read a lot of romances in my teens) as well as a fellow RNA member. You’ve given us a fantastic bio, but can you tell us a little more about your writing?


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About Rosalie Ash

Rosalie Ash is a member of the Society of Authors and the Romantic Novelists Association. Between 1989 and 1999 she wrote 21 successful contemporary romance novels, published by Harlequin Mills & Boon. She then decided to drag herself out of her romantic bubble into the world of work. Now, over a decade on, she has started writing romantic fiction again, as well her latest passion, children's picture books for age 3-5, and she is now a member of SCBWI-UK (Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators, UK).
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