Lady Rosalie Skinner


Rosalie Skinner resides on the east coast of Australia when not totally immersed in the fantasy world of her writing.

Rosalie’s love of the ocean, nature, history and horses has enabled her to give her books an authentic air. Her latest achievement has been to ride through the Australian Snowy mountains and see the wild brumbies run. When not watching the migrating whales pass her doorstep she has more humble pastimes.

Other than being a published author, her greatest thrill is being a grandmother. Born over fourteen weeks early her granddaughter’s perfect development and growth are a miracle and joy.

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Smashwords book reviews by Lady Rosalie Skinner

  • Touch of Evil on Sep. 08, 2011

    A Touch of Evil brings us a selection of speculative fiction that will satisfy the discerning reader. Barry Simiana manages to enthrall, puzzle, mesermize and thrill in his collection of short stories with a wickedly clever theme. I recommend reading A Touch of Evil... with nine different 'what if...' scenarios your entertainment is guarenteed.
  • Strays of Rio on Oct. 12, 2012

    Strays of Rio is a FIVE STAR ‘must read’ thriller. From the first page the tension begins to wind up. The gritty, gutsy heroine Lisa Kerry has a dark past of her own. Now she offers a better future to a group of kids making their way through life on the streets of Rio. She isn’t to know the offer draws each of the group into the sights of a deadly adversary. Strays of Rio explores the line between right and wrong, with realistic emotions, experiences, drama. Without dwelling on the tragedy of life on the streets, Strays of Rio involves the reader in an uplifting look at how a simple act of charity can improve life. Living with choices though, takes determination. Caught in a war between drug lords and corrupt police, Lisa and her courageous collection of strays find survival calls for desperate measures. Strays of Rio is tightly written. Edith Parzefall takes us to Rio, where we become immersed in the beauty and the danger of everyday life. The characters each bring to the intriguing plot their own problems, backgrounds and goals. Once the scene is set, Parzefall’s novel accelerates to an edge of the seat ride. My advice is to grab a copy now, set aside a few hours because once you enter the streets where the Strays of Rio takes place, you are not going to be able to put this one down. Don’t expect to emerge unscathed, Strays of Rio will leave you thinking. The sign of a great story. To be released on the International Day of Peace, it is fitting that Strays of Rio explores the characters’ desperate attempts to provide themselves with a peaceful future. Strays of Rio is set in a world we know exists but would rather forget as we go about our safe and secure lives. Edith Parzefall delivers a well researched story that is guaranteed to satisfy and impress.
  • Exiled: Autumn's Peril - Book One on Nov. 30, 2012

    Caleath's adventure begins as he reaches the southern continent where his one chance to escape the world of his exile lies. An epic fantasy with a twist of science fiction. Book one in the series released with Museitup Publishing.