Rose McClelland lives in Belfast and writes chick-lit/women’s fiction.
Her debut novel ‘The Break-Up Test’ received lovely reviews on Amazon including: “Rose McClelland’s voice reads like the younger sister of Marian Keyes with a more streetwise but vulnerable edge.”
She is delighted to see her second novel ‘How to Look Like You’ also published by Crooked Cat.
Rose wrote a short play which was directed by Rawlife Theatre Company and performed in The Black Box Theatre, Belfast. She writes book reviews for ‘Judging Covers’ and writes a mixture of theatre reviews and author interviews for her blog.
Rose has been writing creatively since her twenties. She started writing her first novel six years ago and is currently writing her fourth book.
So, you’ve written your first novel. (Well done!) You’ve typed “The end”. You’ve given yourself a massive pat on the back and you might even have gone out for a night of dancing to celebrate (good girl!). Now what? Well, it’s time to send it off, of course! “Off? Off to whom, exactly? And how do I go about that?” Having been there, sent off the manuscript, faced rejection and finally secured...
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