Welcome to Rosethorn Press.
This is the home of Rosethorn Press, a website created to bring much of my work together and to provide easy links to different books.
I'll also be sharing news and information here - for instance, my History and Mystery book about the haunted north east is available at Gateshead Library, and my debut novel for Choc Lit, entitled Some Veil Did Fall, is available in paperback, large print, audio and as an eBook. See here for the cover reveal and more information about it.My second Choc Lit novel, The Girl in the Painting was subsequently published in February 2016 as an eBook and as a paperback in March 2017, the same day as the third book in the series, The Girl in the Photograph was published as an ebook. And October 2017 saw the publication of three new books - a Halloween romantic comedy called Every Witch Way, a Christmas book linked to the Rossetti Mysteries entitled A Little Bit of Christmas Magic, and the first book in my new Hartsford Mysteries series, Watch for me by Moonlight.
In March 2017, The Girl in the Photograph, The Girl in the Painting and Some Veil Did Fall were at 1, 2 and 4 in the Kobo Paranormal charts respectively. The Girl in the Photograph actually knocked The Girl in the Painting off the top spot, where it had been the best-selling paranormal romance book during its launch week! After that, in April 2017, The Girl in the Photograph reached number 1 in the Kindle Time Travel Romance chart, with Some Veil Did Fall at number 3 and The Girl in the Painting at number 9. In October 2017, Photograph took the top spot again, and Moonlight rose to number 2.
You can follow my writing ramblings on my blog - Rosethorn Ramblings.
This link will take you to my Choc Lit Author Page, where there are purchase links for all my Choc Lit books, both in paperback and on platforms such as Amazon, Kobo or iBooks - see which format suits you best.
And this link will take you to the TubeFlash 2016 website, where I won the Highgate Station slot with a ghostly piece of Flash Fiction. Hope you enjoy it!
You can find me on Facebook as "Kirsty Ferry Author"
Or follow me on Twitter @kirsty_ferry
Read what The Bookseller have to say about my Choc Lit News, and see what the Open University say about The Memory of Snow.
Take a look at some of the locations mentioned in The Memory of Snow
Coventina's Well, Hadrian's Wall, Northumberland, June 2012.