Age: Hasn't changed in a while
Loves: Red wine, Green & Blacks dark chocolate, free gifts
Hates: The cold
Favourite film: How To Marry a Millionaire
Favourite book: Breakfast at Tiffany's, Truman Capote
Biggest crush: Hugh Jackman
Favourite meal: Dinner for two
Hobbies: Reading, writing, having dinner for two, trying not to exercise
Wish List: A designer wardrobe, world peace, more clothes
Influences: Black and white movies with Fred and Ginger
The full story:
Rosa Temple is a writer of romantic comedies, chick-lit and contemporary romance. To date she has published one novella, Sleepingwith Your Best Friend, and her first full length novel, Natalie’s Getting Married, is published on 14th March 2016.
She has tried her hand at various occupations, from tea lady (albeit for one morning only after being returned to the agency because half an office block suffered caffeine deprivation) to supervising the office running the London Bar Exams.
Rosa is a Londoner born and bred and still resides in West London with ambitions to escape to the country when a suitable country pile becomes available.
In 2014 she was awarded a Distinction in her Creative Writing MA from Brunel University.
Rosa admits to being a reluctant keep fit addict. She owns a yoga mat, a pair of trainers and a spin cycle that gathers dust in the corner of her writing room. She vows that she will run the London Marathon again but has been saying this since her first and only marathon, run in 2010. Hence the trainers.
Having been a ghostwriter for several years, Rosa has written several magazine articles and has penned a multitude of one off novellas and novella length series in the romance genre and in its various sub-genres to include: contemporary romance, historical, adult only, romantic comedies and sweet romances.
Rosa is a member of a writing critique group who meet monthly. This lively and hard working group keep her on her toes as she hones her writing, listening and editing skills.
Rosa’s husband and eldest son are both musicians, her second son swims at a National level for his London team.
Before devoting the majority of her time to her writing of romantic comedies and chick-lit, Rosa was a singer (that’s how she met her husband) and still continues to perform and write songs.
Early reviews show that Natalie’s Getting Married is a favourite of many readers and book bloggers and she hopes to continue building on this success with more novels in the very near future.
Rosa loves to chat (about anything really) so follow her on Twitter @RosaT_Author or message her here.