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 before bringing up her daughter in North Norfolk, during which time she was a home-maker and self-employed portrait artist.
Rosina enjoys nineteenth century literature, cookery, yoga, psychology, modern philosophy, history, walking and making jewellery. She has three dogs and one grand daughter.