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Rosemary Morris
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Something About Me and My Book:
I was fortunate to be born and brought up in the South East of England. This area with its varied countryside, towns and places of interest inspired the locations in my novel, Tangled Hearts which wil be republished by MuseItUp as Tangled Love on the 27.01.2012.

Today, I live in Hertfordshire. When I look up from my computer I have a view of my organic garden in which I grow fruit, herbs and vegetables; beyond the hedge is a green and beyond that woodland that has survived since mediaeval times. In good weather, I sit outside and work on my laptop drawing inspiration from the peaceful surrounding.

I’ve always enjoyed reading historical novels and historical non-fiction and am so pleased because my novel Tangled Love set in Queen Anne's reign has been accepted for publication. Whenever I mention Queen Anne most people want to know who she was, so, I hope you will find Tangled Love interesting. I am also delighted because my new novel Sunday's Childset in the Regency era will be published in June 2012 by MuseItUpPublshing

Apart from my love of reading and writing, I am enjoying my studies of classical Indian literature, particularly ‘The Bhagavadgita As It Is’. Whenever I have time I enjoy visiting places of interest and have planned a visit to Hatfield House where Elizabeth 1st found out she was Queen of England. I also enjoy creative crafts and cooking but I enjoy cooking too much because I have a sweet tooth.

Time spent with my family, who live near me in Hertfordshire, England, is precious and my grandchildren share most of my interests. One of them, a six year old, is keen to help me write my next novel for you.


Tangled Love rlease date 21 01 2012 republication of Tangled Hearts. Muse It Up Publisher

Sunday's Child set in the Regency Period release date June, 2012

Richelda Shaw’s privileged life changes for the worse after James II’s daughter and son-in-law usurped his throne. When her parents die she is left penniless and alone, holding on to the oath she gave her father to reclaim their ancestral home.

Richelda entrusts her heart to the parson’s son Dudley, but he is not all that he seems. Her wealthy aunt saves her from poverty, and wishes to arrange her marriage to a dashing Viscount, whose care and attentions make Richelda think and feel against her wishes.

However, as she travels a new path in London, she never forgets her oath. Only, hidden danger lurks and when she tries to find a legendary treasure trove she also finds herself fighting not only for her life but for true love.

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Guest blog with The Romantic Novelist's Association of Great Britain

Tomorrow, 13th March, I will be a guest blogger at the Romantic Novelists Association of Great Britain.

You are cordially invited to read about me and to learn about the RNA.

Link: htp://

Posted on March 12, 2012 at 4:46am

Helen Hollick the international best seller's guest.

I am a guest at Helen Hollick's blog.


Helen asked me to invite ten guests.  I think you will be surprised by my choices.

Posted on February 29, 2012 at 3:49am

5* review of Tangled Love

I am delighted to share the 5* review of Tangled Love at Amazon Kindle uk.


Love, betrayal, treasure trove,  



J. Pittam "Maythorn" (Hertfordshire, England)


This review is for: Tangled Love (Kindle Edition)

I very much enjoyed this new author. Tangled Love is set at the turn of the 18th century it follows the fortunes…


Posted on February 29, 2012 at 3:48am

The Sad and The Good

One Year On


This time last year I was mourning the death of my mother at the age of one hundred.  Although the last years of her life were impaired by macular vision and hearing loss, she remained mentally alert.  When asked how she was, Mum always replied she was amongst life’s lucky ones because she had a lovely flat…


Posted on January 2, 2012 at 2:34am

The Little Madeleine by Mrs Robert Henrey

As a historical novelist I enjoy reading about eras which have gone with the wind. I have just re-read The Little Madeleine by Mrs Robert Henrey, which relates the joys and sorrows of Madeleine, a French girl, loved by her mother, who earned a living as a talented seamstress, and her father, ‘a picturesque figure from the Midi.’

"Mrs Henrey’s autobiography is the story of her girlhood in Montmartre and the wasteland near the Paris fortifications, or city walls,…


Posted on November 27, 2011 at 1:13am

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At 6:21am on November 6, 2011, J. Steve Miller said…
Thanks for the encouragement! I look forward to continuing to learn from all our experiences here on the network.
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At 4:55am on April 27, 2008, Margaret Tanner said…
Hi Rosemary,
Thanks, Nice catching up with you again.
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