Adie Rose was born in London, and lived there for the first 17 years of her life. Her experiences there colour all of her fictional work – her first self-published novel The Maze, deals with the divide between rich and poor.
She is inspired by Tolkien – she began making up her own languages aged eight. She has since left the city for the New Forest, and is still getting over the culture shock.
Following a serious accident this summer, Adie now writes full time. She has started her second novel, and plans to try her hand at film writing.