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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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"An absolute corker of a read."
- Elaine G (Amazon Top 500 Reviewer)
"Captivated my attention from the start and I could not put it down."
- Rachel Dove (The Kindle Book Review)

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23.10.2015 22:22
Clotted Cream Chocolate Mousse

Clotted Cream Chocolate Mousse

I've uploaded recipes on how to make chocolate. But what if you want to do more with your chocolate? Here's the first in my series of recipes on filled chocolate.

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19.10.2015 10:34
How to Make Vegan 'Milk' Chocolate

How to Make Vegan 'Milk' Chocolate

My upcoming recipe book Chocolate Making Adventures will include chocolate recipes for people with a variety of dietary requirements. I've included alternative versions of milk, white and plain, for those who wish to avoid honey and dairy.

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14.10.2015 20:43
Homemade Milk Chocolate Recipe

Homemade Milk Chocolate Recipe

In my upcoming book, Chocolate Making Adventures, I will share lots of secrets on making the perfect, smooth milk chocolate.For those of you who can't wait, here's the basic recipe.

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13.10.2015 19:21
About Chocolate Making Adventures

About Chocolate Making Adventures

Chocolate Making Adventures is a book and accompanying website that teaches the art of homemade chocolate creation. You will find all manner of chocolate-making resources, such as recipes, tips and advise on buying ingredients.

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13.10.2015 18:53
Plain and Simple Dark Chocolate Recipe

Plain and Simple Dark Chocolate Recipe

You can make chocolate at home, meaning that you can design and build your own perfect chocolate bar. In November, I'm going to release a book packed full of homemade-chocolate tips and recipes, but for now, I'll share the very first recipe from my book: Plain and Simple Dark Chocolate.

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13.10.2015 14:10
Vanilla Chips - How to Prepare and Store...

Vanilla Chips - How to Prepare and Store Vanilla for Home Chocolate Making

With my d├ębut cookbook, Chocolate Making Adventures, out next month, I've decided to start posting a few sample recipes online. For chocolate makers, the best carrier for vanilla is cocoa butter.

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28.09.2015 12:25
Interview With the Talented Katie W. Stewart...

Interview With the Talented Katie W. Stewart, About Her New Book - Famous Animals

Katie W. Stewart is both a talented author and illustrator. I know her mainly through working on my Smelly Troll series, which she illustrates. Most recently, I've been charmed by her adorable character parodies - famous figures recreated as animals.

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04.09.2015 14:58
Fancy Testing Chocolate Recipes?

Fancy Testing Chocolate Recipes?

An exciting opportunity to test brand new chocolate recipes has arisen. Later this year, I will publish a book on how to make chocolate on your hob at home. In the meantime, I need willing volunteers to help test the recipes.

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01.09.2015 17:29
'My Babysitter is a Troll' - Out Now in...

'My Babysitter is a Troll' - Out Now in Paperback

You can now buy my book for younger children, My Babysitter is a Troll, for Kindle and in paperback. Every time a potential babysitter arrives, there's something decidedly wrong with it.

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25.07.2015 09:41
Why do we need (yet) another eBook forum?

Why do we need (yet) another eBook forum?

BookHippo.uk now supports discussions, with the ability to comment on books, authors and drabbles, plus a homepage that collates all of the threads. There are already two fantastic forums out there.

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