Hello, I’m Rosy &
I appear to be a novelist…
…and now also a short story writer. I write about families & relationships, mothers & daughters, and matters of the heart. I also like to add a dash of humour – even of satire – and have a preoccupation with nature and landscape. It all makes a change from academic law, and all those footnotes!
On 2nd July I had the honour of presenting the prizes for the short story competition at the Felixstowe Book Festival, together with fellow judge and editor of Suffolk magazine, Jayne Lindill. Entries were of an excellent standard and it was a particular delight to hear the three top prizewinners reading their stories out loud. […]
“Thornton is skilled at drawing out the poignancy of ordinary life.”