Friday Flowers by Amelie Rose

Friday Flowers Copyright ©Amelie Rose _______________________________________________________   The first bouquet arrived at 10 am on the first Friday in June. It arrived by courier and contained no note. The scripted handwriting simply said, `To Ms Stephanie Pringle, CEO, Buchans Finance. The flowers were lovely and, although she was due in an important meeting, she took […]

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Beating Writer’s Block by Amelie Rose

Beating Writer’s Block The closer we come to being who we are, the brighter we shine. I came across this anonymous quote one day whilst skimming through my current diary, looking for inspiration. It has been a dry (as in writing) few months, the first time I have experienced what is generally referred to as […]

Blog Post of French Affair by Amelie Rose

Amelie Rose author  A French Affair In 2012 I spent six months in the UK and Europe. It was in Paris, standing before the Mona Lisa, that the idea for A French Affair came to me. I had recently read an article about Hitler’s determinedly blatant theft of thousands of works of fine art from private […]

Blog Post by Amelie Rose

An Interview with Amelie Rose author of The Duchess’ Diary, Love Child, Mirror Image, Lazy Weekend 1 & 2 Love’s Return and Henri’s Cellar and her most popular How to Create a Shabby Chic Lifestyle Here goes Q.Who are your greatest support – who believes in you? My husband, son and daughter-in-law who all think I […]

Anna Mary by Amelie Rose Free Short Story

Download your FREE copy HERE The author would be grateful for a few kind words, thank you. Anna Mary by Amelie Rose Anna Mary, a recent and childless widow, has returned to rural Ireland, where she was raised by her grandparents, for the first time in 40 years. There in the lane she had run […]


Romance Romance “You can’t lose if you give them handsome HIGHWAYMEN, duels, 3-foot fountains and whacking great horses and dogs all over the place.” Barbara Cartland. It may sound odd in today’s literary climate of `anything goes,’ but Dame Barbara (1901 – 2000) wrote about HEROINES who were unrelentingly chaste and pure. We’ve moved on […]

Mirror Girls by Amelie Rose

Mirror Girls Indi Falcone, owner of the popular book store, Romantic Hours, is writing her own romance. But there is a problem. She is having trouble creating a believable hero. She sees Max Avery as vividly masculine and heroic but on paper he is anything but. So she has joined her friend, Diana, on a […]

A French Affair- by Amelie Rose

 A  Kindle Unlimited Book A French Affair  France 1943 A train load of stolen art heading for Berlin is hijacked and two brothers escape with a carriage-load of contents. For those who knew, the episode was written into history as a tragic loss of life and a cache of priceless art, destroyed. Or was it? France […]