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Rosie Lewis Books In Order

Publication Order of Non-Fiction Books

Helpless: A True Short Story (2013)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Trapped: The Terrifying True Story of a Secret World of Abuse (2014)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
A Small Boy's Cry (2014)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Betrayed (2014)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Two More Sleeps (2014)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Torn (2015)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Unexpected: A True Short Story (2015)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Taken (2016)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Broken: A traumatized girl. Her troubled brother. Their shocking secret. (2017)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

About Rosie Lewis
Speaking directly through her work, the pseudonym of Rosie Lewis has been used by a British writer wishing to remain anonymous for some time now. Using it to speak of her experiences working as a short-term foster carer, she brings light to the care system and the many trials and tribulations faced within. Keeping her own identity out of the public eye, mainly so to protect the identities of those she cares for, she manages to tell her stories in a warm and engaging manner. Showing a lot of sensitivity and heart, she definitely knows how to speak on a personal level that really resonates, regardless of where the reader is from.

Based in the North of England, the writer known as Lewis has always had a passion for writing, and this clearly shows through her work. Her work as a foster carer is also something she clearly has a love for, delivering her experiences both sensitively and tactfully. Using vivid descriptions in a heartfelt manner, she really knows and understands how best to get her stories across too. This is something she excels at, creating engaging titles that keep the reader continually hooked throughout, as they come to know each of the characters.

Basing many of her characters on real people and individuals she’s cared for, she does everything to ensure they keep their anonymity. All the while the reader still feels that they come to understand each and every character, along with the immersing themselves in the world. Providing a clear insight into the life of foster care, it shows how it works in the United Kingdom, and what it takes from everyone. With a lot more to come yet, there’s plenty more titles planned for release in the near future from the pen-name of Rosie Lewis.

Early and Personal Life
Little is known on the individual behind Rosie Lewis, as it’s her work that she allows to speak for her and experiences. Showing a clear passion for writing from an early age, she would always hold a strong obsession for both reading and writing. This would develop over time, leading to her using this keen interest to detail her experiences working as a full-time foster carer.

Prior to working as a carer she would work in a special units team as part of the police force, before going on to the her current line of work. Taking up foster care full-time, she’s working as a carer for over a decade, and has become well versed in the many intricacies of the system. Currently continuing to write about her experiences from her home in Northern England, she’ll carry on writing for some time still.

Writing Career
Starting out with the true short-story ‘Helpless,’ Rosie Lewis would make her initial debut back in 2013 with a real-life account of a baby in care. Telling the heartbreaking story of the baby’s birth, she would tell of how the baby was born to a crack-addicted mother during a freezing cold night. This leads the baby Sarah facing withdrawal symptoms of her own, but, with the help of Rose Lewis, she overcomes this and goes on to be adopted.

Making a name for herself with something to say, Rose Lewis would then go on to release her debut novel ‘Trapped’ in 2014. This would come in three parts over the course of the year, but she’d also later follow it up with another short-story ‘A Small Boy’s Cry’ that same year. Gaining a lot of critical acclaim, readers the world over have taken to her work, and will continue to do so as the writing of Rosie Lewis carries on into the foreseeable future.

Taken
Initially brought out through the HarperElement publishing label, this would first come out in 2016 on the 4th of February. Working as an entirely stand-alone novel it’s completely self-contained, making for an accessible and compelling read. Using events from her own life, Rosie Lewis is really in her element here, and the warmth and heart can definitely be felt on the page.

Based on real-life events, this is definitely another heartfelt story from the pen-name of Rosie Lewis, with everything ringing true throughout. Never over earnest or indulging in sentimentality, it really manages to bring to life a touching story as it actually happened. With the names changed to keep anonymity, it’s a story that will definitely leave a lasting and powerful impact upon the reader.

Megan is a baby girl born from drug addiction, now facing withdrawal symptoms herself, as she faces going into the care system. Dealing with her case, Rosie Lewis must help her find a home, but soon the two of them grow attached, with Megan wanting Lewis as her mother, but it seems that the system favors a younger couple. Helping with the adoption regardless, the adoption to the young couple soon breaks down after a few months, leading to the hope that Megan may get to stay with Rosie. This then sees Rosie once again attempting to adopt Megan, but there are some obstacles in the way she must overcome first.

Broken
Initially published through the HarperElement label once again, this is another heartfelt real-life story from Rosie Lewis. Working as a stand-alone too, it was first brought out on the 28th of December back in 2017, and would feature the story of two young children in care. A sensitive story, it deals with some difficult subject matter, but, with Rosie Lewis at the helm, it’s well told, making for an engaging and compelling book.

Put into protective custody, nine-year-old Archie, along with his five-year-old sister Bobbi, have both suffered a traumatic experience involving police custody. Collecting them on New Year’s Day, Rosie Lewis quickly recognizes Archie from a domestic violence workshop that she previously worked upon. Soon it transpires that something darker lurks in the past of the siblings, but Archie refuses to talk about it beyond one-liners, while Bobbi behaves in a violent manner. Then an incident at school leads Archie to tearfully reveal the truth, and Rosie vows to find a good home that will take care of them both forever.

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