Rosina Gray grew up without a TV and every day was an exciting adventure. Her father read her Lord of the Rings when she was four years old, and she kept a diary from the age of eleven until she was in her twenties.
Following a Grammar School education, Rosina spent time working and studying in France, after which she had various jobs, including graphic designer and nurse. She spent a year volunteering on a kibbutz in N. Israel, before returning to the UK and later bringing up her daughter in rural Norfolk, during which time she was a home-maker and self-employed portrait artist. She began writing The Village in 2013 - the book has passed through many phases since then.
Rosina enjoys nineteenth century literature, cookery, yoga, psychology, modern philosophy, history, walking and making jewellery. She has one grand daughter and three dogs.
Rosina's next novel Foxheath Hall(title likely to change) is currently at 45k words. It does not have the fantasy element of The Village, but shares basic philosophies.