Rosie Harlow - Editor

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Rosie Harlow - Editor

Writing has always been my therapy, and for as long as I can remember I have always used paper as a punching bag. I need to carve out time just for me, I never get bored, and nothing pleases me more than imagining, thinking, and reflecting. I am passionate about all topics, but I naturally gravitate toward themes centered on love and relationships.

❤️ A little too romantic? Maybe so, but what I enjoy most is understanding how our feelings drive and propel us. Love is my driving force in everything, and that’s why I’m here.

📖 As for work, I always wanted to make a living from publishing. I don't think I ever dreamed of doing another job... except that, as I said, love came along! It's hard to choose between your personal and professional life, but when all was said and done, I chose love and decided to join the Wengood team in 2019.

⭐ My dream of happiness: Rediscovering the world through the eyes of a child

⭐ My heroes: All the people who have a thousand lives in one and are able to start from scratch to live the next one.

  • Education: Master's degree in Publishing.
  • Experience: 3 years
  • Profession: Editor for Wengood
  • Skills: Writing and cooking.
  • Points of reference: Strong women with flaws.


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