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Rosalie Marsh is an award-winning author, Speaker, Learning & Development Consultant, Grandmother, Blogger, Marketer, Educator, Website Editor.
Today she lives in North Wales where she settled with her husband and growing family. Rosalie has written many academic, vocational, technical and research materials in her long and varied career in banking, sales management,and further education. It was during this latter period that she gained a BA (Hons) Education Degree from the Manchester Metropolitan University.
During their first Gold Wing experience, finding that the words flowed when recording their first profoundly emotional experiences in Ireland, Rosalie realised that there was the beginning of a story. As the years passed, they extended their horizons, travelling over 50,000 miles on their own. Rosalie wrote about their amazing experience as feature articles, eventually concluding that together they formed an inspiring story of adventure and realisation of dreams.
Rosalie, who writes on a variety of topics, retired to concentrate on her writing. Her first book Just Us Two:Ned and Rosie’s Gold Wing Discovery,Winner in the 2010 International Book Awards (Travel: Recreational category),was also a UK best-seller and finalist in the USA Book News 2009 Best Books Awards.
Her inspirational Just Us Two travel writing series is based on biographical travel experiences – initially on a Honda Gold Wing motorbike.
The Lifelong Learning:Personal Effectiveness Guides draw from her wide experience in sales management and adult continuing education in the workplace.
Oranges: A Journey is a contemporary novel built on a dream. This first fiction book reflects Rosalie's love of adventure, travel and what she calls ‘sunshine lands’.
Rosalie brings her twin passions of travel and achieving potential into her writing, which readers find 'exhilarating and inspirational'; 'a relaxing adventure not to be missed'; ‘she is a gifted author who can bring her travel books alive,’ that she is ‘a detailed and passionate professional’ whose ‘knowledge of work based learning and adult education is outstanding’, to name a few comments.
Rosalie embraces new technologies and digital solutions. Her books therefore are always available in print and e-book formats. Rosalie writes under a pen name.