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Rowan Coleman

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aka Bella Ellis

Rowan Coleman works in publishing and lives in London. In January 2001 she won the Company magazine Young Writer of the Year award, as a result of which she acquired both a literary agent and a publisher.

Genres: Children's Fiction, Romance, Young Adult Fiction, General Fiction
Series contributed to
Romantic Novel of the Year Award Best Novel nominee (2008) : The Baby Group

Rowan Coleman recommends
Before I Wake (2014)
C L Taylor
"Utterly compelling. I could not put this gripping, heart-stopping page-turner down."
One Night in Italy (2014)
Lucy Diamond
"Delicious, delightful, and warm, Lucy Diamond never fails to make you laugh out loud and cheer for her colourful cast of characters, and One Night In Italy is no exception."
The Silent Hours (2015)
Cesca Major
"A gripping mystery, with an epic sweep, The Silent Hours is a wonderfully assured debut."
Black Rabbit Hall (2015)
Eve Chase
"Expertly crafted, dark, beautiful and utterly enthralling."
Follow Me (2015)
(Social Media Murders, book 1)
Angela Clarke
"Smart, fast paced, fresh and frightening … A gripping debut."
A Song for Tomorrow (2017)
Alice Peterson
"A life affirming tale of indomitable spirit and determination."
Together (2017)
Julie Cohen
"Complex, compelling and beautiful, Together is the kind of novel that will stay with you forever."
The Picturehouse by the Sea (2017)
(Picturehouse by the Sea)
Holly Hepburn
"Fabulously feel-good, funny and fresh, it will sweep you off your feet."
The Story Keeper (2018)
Anna Mazzola
"With The Story Keeper Anna Mazzola expertly weaves a chilling web of menace and intrigue that utterly ensnared and beguiled me. Beautifully written and compelling. I was glued to every page."
The Light Between Us (2018)
Katie Khan
"Gripping, fascinating, funny, romantic, exciting, and hopeful with a great cast of women, The Light Between Us is a cracking good read."
All That Was Lost (2018)
(Shakespeare Rebooted)
Alison May
"All That is Lost is a bold, beautiful thought-provoking novel, that sensitively confronts difficult themes."
The Flatshare (2019)
Beth O'Leary
"Whip-smart and joyful, an original, delightful and thoroughly engaging love story."
After the End (2019)
Clare Mackintosh
"Such a perfectly poised novel, with authentic heart and depth, that examines the worst moments of our lives, and still somehow uncovers hope and the indomitable strength of the human spirit. Everyone should read this beautiful book."
How To Save A Life (2021)
Eva Carter
"I was completely swept away by How to Save a Life, which truly is a salve for the soul. It’s a beautiful book, full of drama, passion, and truth: You’ll remember Joel, Kerry, and Tim long after you finish reading their story."
Dear Grace (2021)
Clare Swatman
"Gorgeous- an epic, touching tale of friendship and lost love."
Game of Hearts (2022)
Katy Moran
"A wonderfully thrilling, sweeping, romantic historical adventure that keeps you gripped until the last page."
The Attic Child (2022)
Lola Jaye
"An evocative, emotional, beautifully written and captivating novel."

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