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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
"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)
"Well if you're looking for something just a little bit different, this is that kind of book. It was like dipping a lolly into a bag of pop rocks, I was never sure where the author would take it next."
- Cheryl (Amazon Top 500 Reviewer)
"It is that famous sarcastic, British wit that I could eat all day. London, the Doggy and Me is simply another winner."
- N. Blackburn

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How Not to Self-Publish - The Totally Splendid Hotshot Author's Survival Guide

How Not to Self-Publish - The Totally Splendid Hotshot Author's Survival Guide

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Rosen Trevithick has threatened to eat a celebrity, produced a podcast in which she interviews herself and posed with a gummy triangle stuck to her face – all in the name of marketing. Yet she has somehow managed to shift over a quarter of a million books.

A keen advocate of ‘What works for one probably won't work for the thousands who try to replicate it’, Rosen recommends finding your own path, with a focus on learning from mistakes rather than success stories.

Penned using a combination of her own catastrophic blunders interspersed with wry observations, How Not to Self-Publish provides a light-hearted, informative and sometimes surreal look at selling books in the modern world.

For samples and additional materials see www.how-not-to-self-publish.co.uk.

Cover illustration by Katie W. Stewart.


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