Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Little Snippet from One of My WIP!

Hiya peeps! I'm working on one of my books today, and thought I'd share a quick excerpt! This book is so much fun to write!


"From the corner of her eye, she saw something move. Or at least, she thought she had. When she turned to look in the direction of the movement, there was nothing there. The room was still empty, so she must have imagined it. Right?

Shaking her head in an attempt to get rid of the hallucination, she wondered if she’d hit her head harder than they thought."

Excited to keep going with this story! What do you think of this excerpt?

Much love my dudes,




Tuesday, July 16, 2019

Someone did an author interview of me!

The lovely Fiona at authorsinterviews did a fantastic interview of me, and it's live on her blog! This one was quite a bit of fun, and it's always humbling to see yourself on someone else's blog site.

If you've ever been curious about me, go check it out!


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Fiona also has a ton of interviews of other authors, if you enjoy interviews in general - her site is definitely worth a browse!

I hope you're having a fantastic week so far!

Thank you for reading!



Wednesday, July 3, 2019

Wowza! Where did Spring Go?

I'm alive! And finally writing an update!


Mkay, it's now July, and my last post was in early March. 


*facepalm*

Y'all, I need to utilize a schedule to keep up with everything, as it's obviously become too much to handle off the cuff. 


For those who don't know, I co-run an exotic pet shop in my non-author life, and we've gone through some massive changes the last couple months that have taken way more of my time than I'd prefer. It's all getting finished though, and should run smoother, so I'm hoping now I can focus more on writing again, knock on wood. 


Send good vibes for the writing schedule!!


At the moment, I'm working on eight novels simultaneously. Three are contemporary urban fantasies, completely separate, but exciting. One is an urban paranormal adventure, another is a sci-fi fantasy, another is a fairy-tale retelling-ish novel. The rest are contemporary romance novels. Lots coming up peeps!! 


I'll be sharing teasers and detailed updates about those through my newsletter, so if you aren't signed up for that, be sure to get on that list! I'll still be writing here, but most of the fun stuff will be for newsletter members.


I miss you guys though! What have y'all been up to so far this Summer? Any fun stuff going on? Let me know in the comments!

Hugs awesome-sauce peeps! I'm going to write while I've got some time. Thank you for stopping by!


Have a fantastic 4th of July weekend for my American peeps, and a fantastic weekend for my peeps abroad!




Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Latest Book is Available!!

Hiya peeps! So excited to share this, finally! My latest book, The Endo Chronicles, is on Amazon in both eBook and Paperback!! Eep!!


It's taken me a couple weeks of wrestling with Amazon to get the paperback up and available, but it's finally done, and I can share!

Check it out!

The Endo Chronicles

 The Endo Chronicles
~Length: 130 (Paperback), 156 Pages (eBook)

~Genres: Women's Fiction, Chick-Lit, Contemporary


The world is full of busy people, millions of dreams, and amazing untold stories of struggles and victories. In this story, six women have their lives changed forever, with only one thing connecting them, aligning their otherwise wildly unrelated journeys.

This book is unlike anything you’ve ever read, diving into the realities of living with an illness that impacts the daily life, and the aspirations, of every 1 in 10 women. Endometriosis is one of the most painful and misdiagnosed conditions known to man, yet, it is hidden, hushed, and ignorantly shamed by society. Inspired by real stories and experiences, this contemporary fiction may just change your life, or the life of someone you know.

*A portion of the proceeds from this book will be donated to Endometriosis research and support causes.


It's a fairly quick read, and a great way to learn about endo and read about amazing people. Please consider sharing, if you feel inspired - more awareness for this condition is always helpful!

So excited! I'm now going to get a bag of chocolate and a drink, and try to remember how to relax.





Saturday, March 2, 2019

Endo Awareness Month - Important!!

‼️ Important!! 🗣

Okay, today's post is a big one for me. Not only did my book, "The Endo Chronicles" release today, 🎉 I'm posting on the topic it's written about. Endometriosis.

(Not from my book, but an educational book in the medical field about endo) 

This is a condition that, in short, causes internal bleeding, has no cure, and every 1 in 10 women have it. 1 in 10. Think of 10 women you know, and odds are, one of them is standing there bleeding internally, and you don't even know it. 😬😱😖


Endometriosis is listed as one of the top most painful conditions known to man. Obviously, because it's internal bleeding - ouch! This pain often causes vomiting, blacking out, passing out, trips to the emergency room, and if the bleeding is severe enough, blood transfusions. 😰


Along with the debilitating pain, it often causes infertility, which is the most common way this condition is found and diagnosed. The only way it can actually be diagnosed, is through surgery, because the lesions that bleed inside the body can only be seen physically. The side-effects may be visible on scans, but then it's an educated guess, so surgery has to confirm it. 😕


There are 5 stages of endo, 4 most commonly discussed or referred to, and endometriosis can spread to anywhere in the body. Everyone has different levels of pain, and while it isn't an exact cookie-cutter automatic, generally the higher the stage, the worse the pain and spreading.


When it isn't bleeding, spreading throughout the body, or increasing the chance of cancer, it's causing adhesions that glue the organs together. 😬 Because endometriosis produces it's own hormones and basically feeds itself, the only way to get rid of it, is to cut it out by the roots, and by then, it has released more endo cells and is growing somewhere else already, too small for the surgeons to see yet. 😞

uterus with endometriosis
This is a life-long condition. Meds don't stop it. Birth control doesn't stop it. Hysterectomy doesn't stop it. It's an independent, self-sufficient, loves-to-travel b*tch of a condition. That's why I wrote a book about it. That's why I'm posting this. It's hell to live with, and no one wants to talk about it because it's awkward, but it's hell. 🥺


If you have pain that's making you black out, on or off your cycle, that's not normal. Don't listen when people say you're dramatic, weak, or faking it. Your pain is real, you matter, and they need to listen. If you know someone who may have this, don't blow them off, talk to them about it - you may just help save their future. 🤗


Many women with this condition commit suicide, because no one cares, no one listens, and they're living alone in hell being told their weak or just faking it for pills. There may be some bad apples in the mix, but 1 in 10 is millions of women - that's not drama or faking it!! 😤

Chemotherapy drug regularly prescribed to endo patients

You all know someone who has it - me. Stage 5, with uterine cancer that was removed via hysterectomy when I was 21. No kids. This condition is hell. Spread the word, so women and teenagers can catch it early and don't have to lose so much of their life. 😓


Spread awareness. Spread compassion. Let's find a cure. And spread love. 💛

#endoawareness #endowarrior #endometriosis


Tuesday, February 26, 2019

Latest Book Available for Pre-Order!!

Hey y'all! Finally popping in with a fantastic update! I finally got my latest book finalized and set for pre-order on Amazon! It's scheduled to be released on March 2nd! 😄


This book is so close to my heart, I'm a bundle of nerves, but I can't wait to see what you think!

Check it out!

The Endo Chronicles


The Endo Chronicles
~Author: Roze Wallin

~Released: March 2nd, 2019

~Genres: Contemporary Fiction, Women's Fiction


The world is full of busy people, millions of dreams, and amazing untold stories of struggles and victories. In this story, six women have their lives changed forever, with only one thing connecting them, aligning their otherwise wildly unrelated journeys.

This book is unlike anything you’ve ever read, diving into the realities of living with an illness that impacts the daily life, and the aspirations, of every 1 in 10 women. Endometriosis is one of the most painful and misdiagnosed conditions known to man, yet, it is hidden, hushed, and ignorantly shamed by society. Inspired by real stories and experiences, this contemporary fiction may just change your life, or the life of someone you know.

*A portion of the proceeds from this book will be donated to Endometriosis research and support causes.

Pre-Order on Amazon Today!

The book will be delivered to you on March 2nd, and will also be available in paperback soon!

If you do pick up a copy and read it, please be sure to leave a review! I can't wait to hear what you guys think about it, and reviews would help me so much.

I hope you love it as much as I do!

Eep!





Sunday, January 27, 2019

January is Almost Over?!

How? How is January almost over already?! I barely feel like we've passed the first week of the new year. 


2019 is already flying by, and I've gotta catch up!


I'm working on the NaNo novel from 2018 still, slowly but surely it'll get finished. I've been down and out with a nasty flu that's turned my brain to mush. I may be a little behind, but I'll catch up quick.


What have y'all been up to this year so far? What are your plans for 2019? I'd love to connect with you guys better, so drop a comment below!


I'm going to be asking for help choosing a name and cover design for this next book, in my Facebook group and possibly my newsletter, so if you're not a member of those, be sure to do that! I'm going to make sure being a Rozeberry in 2019 is awesome.


Be sure to follow me on social media to stay up to date, and let me know what you're doing this week!


Thanks for reading! Much love and hugs y'all!