ROSALIND LAKER Photograph of Rosalind Laker
Button linking to Home Page Button linking to Introduction Page Button linking to About the Novels Page Button linking to Titles Page Button linking to Contact Page Button linking to News Page Photograph of Rosalind Laker

Unah Cader wins the 2015 Rosalind Laker Award for Creative Writing.

The 2015 winner of this award is a particularly charismatic student at The University of Reading. Unah has written a piece which is very modern and current. It is a modern take on traditional children's stories and is both unexpected and, perhaps, for most readers of this website, a little challenging. Would Rosalind Laker have enjoyed them? We think so. Although a lover of all things historical, Rosalind kept very much up to date with everything that was happening in the Literary World. Unah is as innovative as her appearance and we wish her well for the future.

In presenting the prize Rosalind’s son, Paul Ovstedal, said that the prize continued Rosalind's enthusiasm for helping new writers.

To view the winning stories, please click the PDF icon (opens in Adobe Acrobat)

The House by the Fjord - Click for More Information Garlands of Gold - Click for More Information Brilliance - Click for More Information To Dream of Snow - Click for More Information The Venetian Mask - Click for More Information The Golden Tulip - Click for More Information To Dance with Kings - Click for More Information
Click Book Jackets above for more information on Rosalind Laker's most recent novels - roll your mouse over the images to scroll right.

Read her latest novel "The House by the Fjord" published 2011

A touching and atmospheric love story - When Anna Harvik travels to Norway in 1946 in order to visit the family of her late husband, the country is only just recovering from five cruel years of Nazi occupation. So it is with surprise that she finds in this cold and bitter country the capacity for new love and perhaps even a new home.

"Filled with rich period detail, this historical romance will appeal to readers who enjoy learning about other cultures and times yet still crave happy endings."

"A truly interesting and wonderfully informative story"

"As her heroine wends her way through perilous times, readers will be swept along in Laker’s latest compelling tale"

Rosalind Laker's Novels have been translated into more than twenty languages

Click Here to Translate this Site into Another Language

| Home | Introduction | About the Novels | Titles | Contact | News | Website Designed by Cottagewebs |