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Rosen Trevithick

About Rosen Trevithick

Rosen was born in Cornwall. She studied psychology at Oxford before moving back to the West Country.

Readers have downloaded over a quarter of a million copies of Rosen's books. Several titles have broken into the Amazon charts, including a number 1 humorous fiction bestseller.

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Praise for Rosen Trevithick

- The Independent
"You can tell that Ms Trevithick was a fan of Roald Dahl when she was growing up. The stinky trolls in this story are reminiscent of the giants in The BFG and, if possible, even more revolting. Her strong authorial voice and witty prose will appeal to parents as much as children; I caught myself chortling out loud at least every other page."
- Rebecca Davies (The Independent)
"An absolute corker of a read."
- Elaine G (Amazon Top 500 Reviewer)
"The best bit about the book for me, were the belly laughs it caused in my son …This is the first book where both of us have found it equally funny and for me the bonding experience I had with him as a result will never be forgotten. It was a wonderful experience."
- David Haynes (Author)

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are your books about and will I like them?

My books fall into two categories: silly humour and dark drama.

All the children's books are comedies, so if you know a kid who giggles at stinky smells and chuckles at buffoons falling over, direct them to my Smelly Trolls series.

The adult books vary, My Granny Writes Erotica and Pompomberry House are just two examples of humorous books with batty characters that you love to hate, whereas some of the short stories like The Other Daughter and On the Rocks deal with more series issues such as child abduction and severe mental health problems.

Where can I buy your books?

Some of my books are available to order through bookshops, such as Waterstones. The entire catalogue is available at Amazon.

I heard that a troll called Loodrip Stinkleboss lives in your toilet. Is that true and did she follow you when you moved to Falmouth?

You heard correctly, a vile, stinky troll does live in my toilet. She swam along drainage pipes and sewers so that she could join me at my new home.

I don't have a Kindle. Can I still buy your books?

Yes, I have a range of titles available in paperback. You can also read Kindle books on most computers, tablets and phones by downloading a free app from Amazon.

Are your books based on fact?

I use experiences in my life to inspire books but no, none of them are true stories.

Does you granny really write erotica?

Alas, my grandparents have all moved on from this world. I am (almost) certain that none of them wrote erotic novels.

Have you got any advice for authors wanting to self-published?

Plenty! The most important thing is to be really driven; take knock backs in your stride - it's a career thwart with rejection but you have to keep ploughing through. Secondly, educate yourself on the latest developments in publishing and promotion. If there's a new trick out there, you need to know about it.


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