Having spent four years after graduation using her English degree to make Chunky KitKats and work the till at a petrol station, Rosie Mullender finally landed her first job in journalism in 2002.
Since then, her roles have included Content Director at Cosmopolitan and Editor of Co-op Food magazine. Now freelance, she writes for publications including Grazia, Marie Claire, and The Guardian.
In 2019 she appeared on Pointless with her mum and won, which is possibly her proudest moment to date. Rosie lives in London with her fiancé, who she met on
Twitter. Her debut novel, The Time of My Life, was published in the UK by Sphere in 2022
Agent: Jo Unwin