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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

"Brilliant."
- The Independent
"I've been reading The Troll Trap during guided reading sessions with my year 5 children. Quite simply, they love it! The smiles on the children's faces, their sniggering and eagerness for the next session are an absolute joy."
- D. Spiteri (Year 5 Teacher)
"The characters are engaging, the plot tightly woven with enough twists and turns to maintain momentum, and the book deals with important themes in a very sensitive and thought provoking manner. I particularly admired the language, which treads an admirably fine line between moments of humour and the serious consideration of themes such as mental illness."
- Alex Roddie (Author)
"Read this book during my lunch break laughed so much I spilt my lunch on my top."
- D. Cryle (Amazon Reviewer)

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Summary of Blog Posts

05.12.2015 13:39
How to Create Your Own Chocolate Making Hamper

How to Create Your Own Chocolate Making Hamper

Would you like to give somebody the gift of making their own chocolate? Or perhaps you'd like to make a really attractive prize for a raffle? I talk you through to creating a chocolate making hamper.

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28.11.2015 11:44
Chocolate Making Interview with Cecilia...

Chocolate Making Interview with Cecilia Peartree

Cecilia Peartree has kindly posted the next interview in my Chocolate Making Adventures blog tour. Find out what I plan to do next and, whether there'll be a second chocolate book.

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27.11.2015 11:14
Chocolate Making Interview with Katie W....

Chocolate Making Interview with Katie W. Stewart

As my blog tour continues, Katie W. Stewarts (AKA the illustrator of my Smelly trolls series) has interviewed me about Chocolate Making Adventures. Why did I decide to take a break from fiction to write a cookbook? Who did the stunning photographs? And just how hard is it to make your own chocolate?

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25.11.2015 12:21
Chocolate Making Adventures Blog Tour

Chocolate Making Adventures Blog Tour

The blog tour to promote Chocolate Making Adventures continues, with a guest post on Ken McGee's blog. When Ken asked me if there was any way to link me post to his Dark Tidings series, I was sceptical. However...

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24.11.2015 13:39
Out Today - Chocolate Making Adventures

Out Today - Chocolate Making Adventures

Chocolate Making Adventures is out today. Most recipes for homemade chocolate involve buying it from the shop then melting it. But what if it's actual chocolate itself that you want to make?

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23.11.2015 11:03
Interview With David Wailing About Auto 2

Interview With David Wailing About Auto 2

Back in 2013 (remember that?) David Wailing published a novel called Auto, which went on the win the SpaSpa award for best novel that year. I read the book myself and it's terrific, but ended with a cliffhanger that I've been dying to resolve ever since. Finally, Auto 2 is here. I've interviewed David, to find out more.

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18.11.2015 10:50
Chocolate Making Adventures Early Reviews

Chocolate Making Adventures Early Reviews

Two chocolate testers have posted the first reviews of Chocolate Making Adventures. The title is my debut cookbook, which is set to be released later this week.

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04.11.2015 11:57
Chocolate-Coated Candied Orange Peel Recipe

Chocolate-Coated Candied Orange Peel Recipe

It's surprisingly hard to buy candied orange peel, and when I do find it, it tends to be very expensive. Fortunately, it can be made at home for a fraction of the price. And it's fruit, so you can pretend to yourself that it's healthy.

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04.11.2015 11:51
Homemade Peppermint Cream Recipe

Homemade Peppermint Cream Recipe

Fondant makes a wonderful filling for chocolates because it's quick to make, easy to work with and can take on a range of flavours. Gone are the days when you need a saucepan and a selection of (slightly) obscure ingredients in order to make fondant.

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29.10.2015 12:31
Homemade White Chocolate Recipe (that really...

Homemade White Chocolate Recipe (that really works!)

Don't believe what they tell you - you can make white chocolate at home and it can taste creamy and sweet, like proper white chocolate. Here's how...

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