Rose Carlyle considers herself to be an ordinary person who wrote a book, but her novel The Girl in the Mirror is not ordinary in the slightest.
After she sent her manuscript to a publisher, it was quickly sent on to Australia and within weeks she received an email from one of the big five international publishers which soon progressed to an auction of the rights.
Carlyle is an experienced sailor and has circumnavigated New Zealand. With her ex-husband and children she once sailed to the Chagos Archipelago in the Indian Ocean, where they all lived on an uninhabited desert island.
Join us for an intimate chat with Rose, led by author Charity Norman, at St Hilda’s, a beautiful Otane home.
Tickets are very limited - please be quick.
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