Rosie Jamieson

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Rosie Jamieson

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Rosie Jamieson lives on the south coast of England, with her partner and two daughters, in a town that she would love to think is the inspiration for Tessa Dare's Spindle Cove.

She writes fiction in no particular genre, it just depends which story has taken her interest, though admits to having a massive soft spot for romance.

Average rating: 3.97 · 33 ratings · 15 reviews · 3 distinct works
Made Up

3.86 avg rating — 29 ratings — published 2011
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Tasters

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I'm aware that the title of this post makes me sound like a Big Brother contestant so I'm going to have to explain why.

Currently, I have a short story up on the Mills and Boon website as part of their Hotel Scandal competition and it's open to the public vote between this Friday and Sunday. I want to win, without a doubt, so please do read my story, The Heart of Angelou and cast a vote my way o... Read more of this blog post »
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“I can't say I remember this bit in the book,' she commented when he was finished and she was sweeping an applicator along his collarbone and pressing it lightly into the hollow beneath.
'They call it “artistic licence”. '
'Not just the producers trying to shoe-horn in a scene involving you in a wet shirt?'
'Why would they want that?' There was a soft gleam of white teeth as his lips parted in a smile.”
Rosie Jamieson

“Someone tall and tanned was standing just inside the doorway: Owen Walker had arrived. Obviously, she had known this was going to happen – he was one of the people she was setting up for – but she hadn’t anticipated him getting there so soon, while she was on her own, cheeks bulging like a hamster, stuffed with food.”
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“Sally: 'We’re in India: think spirituality, positive energy -’
Katia: ‘Peace?’
Sally: ‘And love.’
Katia: ‘Karma.’
Sally: ‘Tantra! Actually, maybe not that. Sounds a bit tiring and we do have work to do.”
Rosie Jamieson

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“People generally see what they look for, and hear what they listen for.”
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“Yes, frosting. The final defense of the dying.”
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message 15: by Char

Char Hi Emma,

It's fine. I can get that. It's why I have 2 email accounts. Yea I put the main part of the review on here and still link to the blog.

It's nice to be back reading and reviewing. :)


message 14: by Jeshu

Jeshu Eight weeks... wow.... time flies! My little girl is 4 years old now. I still can't believe how big she is. Sometimes I think about her and I still see her as a little thing in my arms.

Thank you for the compliments for my blog XD And you're very welcome, I'm glad to help you out with your career ^^


message 13: by Rosie (last edited Aug 02, 2012 06:11AM)

Rosie Jeshu wrote: "Emma!! How are you and the baby?? I hope both of you are doing great :D
I made a review of made up for my blog and wanted to share it with you. It's here: http://librosdeframbuesa.blogspot.com......"


Hey Jeshu, me and Lily are very good. She's eight weeks old now - can't believe how quickly the time is passing! How old is your little girl?

Thank you for the review on your blog - as you say promotion in the hispanic world is definitely a good thing. I can't understand a word of it but it sounds brilliant (and your blog is gorgeous)! XD


message 12: by Jeshu

Jeshu Emma!! How are you and the baby?? I hope both of you are doing great :D
I made a review of made up for my blog and wanted to share it with you. It's here: http://librosdeframbuesa.blogspot.com...

it's in spanish, though... but a little bit of promotion in the hispanic world is a good thing. You never know when somebody might be interested in it enough to translate it!

xxx


message 11: by Rosie

Rosie Jeshu wrote: "Hi Emma! Where have you been? I've missed you in the group :("

I've been an unlucky combination of ill and very busy with work :( I've missed the group too! Thank you for the comment, that's really sweet - you know how to make someone feel loved. :)


message 10: by Jeshu

Jeshu Hi Emma! Where have you been? I've missed you in the group :(


message 9: by Jeshu

Jeshu You're welcome :D


message 8: by Rosie

Rosie Aw, thank you Jeshu. :D


message 7: by Jeshu

Jeshu You look beautiful in that profile picture!


message 6: by Clark (last edited Aug 29, 2011 02:06PM)

Clark Zlotchew Hi Emma, I've read your short story, "Percussion," and liked it. You wrote it for a competition with the prompt "Ego", and it does fill that bill. This story takes place in an atmosphere that is definitely alien to me because of the generational gap. I've never been to a dance club or to a rock concert, and I've never smoked those funny cigarettes (or any cigarettes for that matter). In spite of this fact, I found the story a fascinating look at the psyche of a girl with a very large ego, perhaps deservedly. The milieu is one that is not only alien to me, but completely off-putting, yet I enjoyed reading your description of it. You made it very real, while at the same time delving into the protagonist's mind. It was interesting, too, that you wrote the story from the 2nd person point of view, a perspective which is relatively rare in fiction. Great job! There are a couple of small suggestions that I would make, if you are willing to let me. Let me know if you want this feedback. Best wishes, CZ


Chris Hi Emma...thanks for the add.

Moorcock is something of an aquired taste, especially his older stuff from the 70s or so. I have to have all these shelves for him to keep up with what I have, since I've been collecting his omnibus editions for awhile now.


Lisette Brodey Thanks so much, Emma. That really means a lot to me. Hope you'll keep in touch.

All best wishes,
Lisette

Thanks Lisette, it was lovely to receive your invite. Your book Squalor, New Mexico looks reall..."


message 3: by Char

Char Of course I don't mind. =) Thanks for the add. =D


message 2: by Rosie

Rosie Lisette wrote: "Great to connect with you here, Emma!

Happy Reading, Happy Writing!

Best,
Lisette"


Thanks Lisette, it was lovely to receive your invite. Your book Squalor, New Mexico looks really interesting, I've put it on my to-read list. :)


Lisette Brodey Great to connect with you here, Emma!

Happy Reading, Happy Writing!

Best,
Lisette


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