Rosamunde Pilcher was born 22 September 1924 and died 6 February 2019.
- You don’t stop doing things because you get old. You get old because you stop doing things.
- It is better to travel hopefully than to arrive. Arrival often brings nothing but a sense of desolation and disappointment.
- My style was developed and shaped by the available market. Having said that I do think the romantic genre is too narrow. I feel, with my later novels especially, that I fall into the category of relationships rather than romance.
Rosamunde Pilcher was a British author of romance novels and mainstream women’s fiction. She is best known for The Shell Seekers, September, and Coming Home. Her novels sold over 60 million copies worldwide.
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