Julie K. Rose is creating books and other creative goodness
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It's hard, being a human.

It can be frustrating, and confusing, and painful. Also: amazing and beautiful. It's A Lot, as they say.

I'm making things that will hopefully make being a human a little easier and more fun. I'm writing fiction to help you travel to other times and places - both to escape, and to feel connected. I'm making videos about creativity, so you can feel supported and connected in your creative process. I'm creating visual art to maybe make things a little more beautiful. And I'm expanding to exciting new audio projects as well (more to come, stay tuned!).

Here's the official blurb, for those of you who like those sorts of things:

I'm an author of historical fiction, fascinated by stories and settings slightly off the beaten track. From 12th century Burgundy in The Pilgrim Glass, to early 20th century Norway in Oleanna, to 1930s Tunisia in Dido's Crown, I have a deep love for history and a terrible case of wanderlust.

My love of language, history, and art history led me to degrees in Humanities and English – and a lifelong passion for creativity, and people.

More information on all of this to come, soon!
It's hard, being a human.

It can be frustrating, and confusing, and painful. Also: amazing and beautiful. It's A Lot, as they say.

I'm making things that will hopefully make being a human a little easier and more fun. I'm writing fiction to help you travel to other times and places - both to escape, and to feel connected. I'm making videos about creativity, so you can feel supported and connected in your creative process. I'm creating visual art to maybe make things a little more beautiful. And I'm expanding to exciting new audio projects as well (more to come, stay tuned!).

Here's the official blurb, for those of you who like those sorts of things:

I'm an author of historical fiction, fascinated by stories and settings slightly off the beaten track. From 12th century Burgundy in The Pilgrim Glass, to early 20th century Norway in Oleanna, to 1930s Tunisia in Dido's Crown, I have a deep love for history and a terrible case of wanderlust.

My love of language, history, and art history led me to degrees in Humanities and English – and a lifelong passion for creativity, and people.

More information on all of this to come, soon!

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