AUTHORS

Rosie Blake

Rosie is an author of comic commercial fiction. She spent her university years writing pantomimes and went on to write short stories and features for a range of publications including Cosmopolitan, The Lady, Sunday People, Best and Reveal magazines. She worked in television as a presenter on shows in Bristol and London. She has written three novels and plans to write many more.

Rosie likes baked items, taking long walks by the river and speaking about herself in the third person. Her greatest ambition in life is to become Julia Roberts's best friend. She can be found at www.rosieblake.co.uk and @RosieBBooks

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BOOKS BY THIS AUTHOR

REVIEWS

Full-on funny
Sun

A brilliantly fun romp with plenty of surprises
Heat on HOW TO STUFF UP CHRISTMAS

Just brilliant
Fabulous magazine on HOW TO STUFF UP CHRISTMAS

Wonderfully likeable characters and a realistic plot
Sun on HOW TO GET A (LOVE) LIFE

The dates in How to Get a (Love) Life can be excruciatingly awkward, but they're hilarious... a great read
Hello magazine on HOW TO GET A (LOVE) LIFE

Wonderfully likeable characters and a realistic plot.
Sun

The dates in How To Get a (Love) Life can be excruciatingly awkward, but they're hilarious... a great read.
Hello magazine

A very funny, very real portrayal of someone struggling with an extremely large rut... Nicola's search for a date and, ultimately, for someone to love is ridiculously funny, sweet and had a proper 'sigh out loud and hug my kindle end.' I'm sad I've finished it.
chicklitlove.blogspot.co.uk

With crazy, laugh out loud dating disasters, How to Get a (Love) Life is a funny and warm read that will leave you smiling at the end.
Judging Covers

I really, really enjoyed this book! It's full of laugh out loud moments and the charming prose leads you through Nicola's story in a way which allows you to invest yourself in it.
erins-choice.blogspot.co.uk

The book became funnier and funnier. It was like Rosie had snuck into my life, taken notes and made a comical story out of it. It was a highly realistic plot with plenty of twists and turns.
Emmalouauthor.wordpress.com

Hilarious... If you prefer your romance stories gutsy and real rather than mushy and clichéd, you'll gallop through this.
Heat magazine

A brilliantly fun romp with plenty of surprises and festive recipes.
Heat

Just brilliant
Fabulous magazine

Wonderfully likeable characters and a realistic plot.Praise for How to Get a (Love) Life
the Sun

Ridiculously funny, sweet and had a proper "sigh-out-loud-and-hug-my-kindle-end". I'm sad I've finished it.Praise for How to Get a (Love) Life
Chick Lit Love

A fabulous début and one which will have you doubled over with tears streaming down your face.Praise for How to Get a (Love) Life
compellingreads.co.uk

Rosie captures worst-case-scenarios and turns them into hilarious anecdotes.Praise for How to Get a (Love) Life
Hello magazine