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All Rosalie Marsh books are available worldwide in print, ePub and Amazon Kindle eBook formats. The Just Us Two travel books are also available in glossy hardcover.
Illustrations are in black and white in print versions.
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Why and when did you begin writing?
I wrote [manual] procedures manuals when I went back into work. I started to write seriously for assignments when I undertook management qualifications.
How is writing in the genre you write, different than other genre?
All genres I that I write - travel adventures, fiction fantasy and books on career, employability and personal and professional development draw from personal experiences but packaged into 1) a true story 2) travel-based fiction fantasy and 3) a more factual account to enable the reader to grow and develop.
Where do you get your ideas for writing?
From life experiences. Whenever I have come across something like office politics – especially in my direct and retail sales days – I have had a strong storyline running through my head. All these impressions are still in the melting pot.
Is there any one person who had a big influence on you or encouraged you to write?
What is your writing schedule? What atmosphere do you need to write? I now plan my writing time and focus in quite long chunks until I have ‘got it all out of my head’. I need to be quiet and people to forget I am here. My study is decorated in a relaxing pale green and cream paper with light oak furniture. I have an ergonomic office chair for correct support.
What kind of advice or tips to you have for someone who wants to write and be published?
Go for it! Research your market, read and research the writing and publishing world all you can and realise that there are many routes to publication. Embrace new technologies.
Are there any other comments, advice or tips that you would give to beginning writers?
Writing is an emotional experience and a learning curve in itself. However the hardest part is keeping a focus on marketing opportunities.. Planning is essential. It doesn't just 'happen'.
[Excerpts from various radio interviews over the years.]
“This author is worthy of your consideration; she is an entertaining and informed writer.” Dr.Graham Lawler. graham-lawler.com
Rosalie Marsh and Lifelong Learning:Personal Effectiveness Guides. (Career and employability development.)
"A highly effective trainer, coach, and assessor who strives for excellence in everything she does. Her knowledge of work-based learning and adult education is outstanding and she offers good support to those she teaches and mentors, particularly through drawing on her own personal experience as an adult learner." Andrew Ellams, MD Ellams Associates Ltd.
Just Us Two (1)