News and Forthcoming Events

JULY 2012

Successful Orkney launch of The Trouble with Keeping Mum at St Magnus Centre Kirkwall  on 26th July. 90 people there. 70 books sold!

Cover artist Britt Harcus with her copy

AUGUST 2012

EDINBURGH LAUNCH – BLACKWELL’S BOOKSHOP 7TH AUGUST

Another successful evening!         70 people ! 50 books!

      

the audience!                          five Lords a reading                    signing

Review of The Trouble With Keeping Mum 

 Hot Brands Cool Places

http://www.hotbrandscoolplaces.com/fiction-reviews/the-trouble-with-keeping-mum-rosie-wallace.html

Verdict‘

‘Full of well-observed strong characters with many twists and turns, this is an action-packed book full of challenging decisions and incidents in the life of Annie Cochrane. A fast-moving summer read!’

SEPTEMBER 2012

Review of The Trouble With Keeping Mum in Living Orkney

‘ A well-structured sequel to the hilarious A Small Town Affair. Hypocrisy, political correctness and bigotry are all given well-deserved side swipes ‘   

NOVEMBER 2012

Monday 26th November: Dalgety Bay Library 7pm

So You Want to be a Writer  – Rosie Wallace will be one of the panel  members

DECEMBER 2012

Saturday 1st December, Orkney Library, Kirkwall. 3pm

Rosie Wallace talks about her writing

Thursday 6th December.

Paperback of The Trouble With Keeping Mum will be published

                                        A great Christmas present for all your friends!

Monday 10th December, Durning Library, Kennington, SE11

Rosie Wallace spoke to Friends of Durning Library, in Kennigton SE11 at their Christmas event. A great night and a chance to meet lots of new people who have been our London neighbours. Thanks to Paula Kaplan from the Kennington Bookshop for supplying books

14th December

Book signing at Milngavie Bookshop

20th June 2013
Rosie talked about her writing to Orkney U3A

18th September 2013
Spirit Of Moray Book Festival Elgin

27th September 2013
Turning Leaves Festival Kingussie

25th October 2013
Short Story Sisters published in the Scotsman
http://www.scotsman.com/lifestyle/books/the-write-stuff-the-sisters-1-3159219

16th November 2013
Rosie is guest speaker at Orkney Rotary Club Dinner

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