Christmas Spotlight: Rosie Blake

Posted 26 December 2015 by Emma Poulloura in Blog Tours / 0 Comments

Christmas Spotlight: Rosie Blake

Rosie’s 3 Essential Christmas Songs Playlist

So first up is OBVIOUSLY Mariah. This song, (ALL I WANT FOR CHRISTMAS) is just genius. It didn’t matter where you are it is IMPERATIVE that you sing along. In fact I believe it is PHYSICALLY IMPOSSIBLE to hear this song and NOT sing along.

After you have grown hoarse from replays of the above you can hot it up a bit with some SANTA BABY (the original 1953 version please by Eartha Kitt). Please focus on your pouting and bad seductive dancing. Best done in very ugly Christmas jumper.

Lastly I’m a sucker for a classic. This one is played by my mother as we all join in the descant around the piano (yes we are THAT family). MARY’S BOY CHILD – a corker of a song and a guarantee of maximum festive cheer in the Blake household.

So there it is… My list of essential Christmas listening. Happy Christmas All!

Love Rosie x

Christmas Spotlight: Rosie BlakeHow to Stuff Up Christmas by Rosie Blake
Also by this author: How to Stuff Up Christmas
Published by Corvus on 5th November 2015
Genres: Chicklit, Christmas, Love & Romance
Pages: 304
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'Tis the season to be jolly. Unless you've found an intimate picture of another woman on your fiance's phone...
Eve is heartbroken after discovering her fiance is cheating on her. Being surrounded by the joys of Christmas is more than Eve can bear, so she chooses to avoid the festivities by spending Christmas alone on a houseboat in Pangbourne. Eve gets gets an unexpected seasonal surprise when handsome local vet Greg comes to her rescue one day, and continues to visit Eve's boat on a mission to transform her from Kitchen Disaster Zone to Culinary Queen.
But where does Greg keep disappearing to? What does Eve's best friend Daisy know that she isn't telling? And why is there an angry goose stalking Eve's boat?
A hilarious and heart-warming novel about Christmas, catastrophes and cooking, containing exclusive Christmas recipes, from the talented Rosie Blake.

About Rosie Blake

Rosie spent her university years writing pantomimes based on old classics. The 2003 production of ‘The Wizard of Odd: Search for the Ruby Strippers’ enjoyed critical acclaim. This was followed a year later with a successful showing of ‘Harry Potter: The Musical’ (complete with moving opening number, ‘In my Cupboard I will Stay’).

Rosie went on to write a winning short story in the La Senza/Little Black Dress Short Story Competition and was shortlisted in a few others including the 'Women and Home' annual competition and the Daily Mail 'Opening Paragraph' Competition. She started writing novels and after some false starts, and horrendous jobs that she wishes to keep a closely guarded secret (or write about in the future), Rosie wrote How to Get a (Love) Life, which will be published in January 2014 by Novelicious Books.

Rosie likes baked items, taking long walks by the river and speaking about herself in the third person.

About Rosie Blake

Rosie spent her university years writing pantomimes based on old classics. The 2003 production of ‘The Wizard of Odd: Search for the Ruby Strippers’ enjoyed critical acclaim. This was followed a year later with a successful showing of ‘Harry Potter: The Musical’ (complete with moving opening number, ‘In my Cupboard I will Stay’).

Rosie went on to write a winning short story in the La Senza/Little Black Dress Short Story Competition and was shortlisted in a few others including the ‘Women and Home’ annual competition and the Daily Mail ‘Opening Paragraph’ Competition. She started writing novels and after some false starts, and horrendous jobs that she wishes to keep a closely guarded secret (or write about in the future), Rosie wrote How to Get a (Love) Life, which will be published in January 2014 by Novelicious Books.

Rosie likes baked items, taking long walks by the river and speaking about herself in the third person.

Emma Poulloura

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