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Sarah Lienard wins the first “Rosalind Laker Award for Creative Writing”

At an award ceremony at The University of Reading (UK) on Wednesday July 7th, the first presentation of the Rosalind Laker Award for Creative Writing took place. The prize was for the best piece of creative writing by a final year student of The University of Reading. Professor Peter Robinson, the Head of the Department of English Literature, commented that the winning piece of original work was outstanding and that Sarah Lienard was a deserving recipient. The prize was presented by Rosalind’s son, Paul Ovstedal. In a brief speech he referred to how much Rosalind had loved to help new writers and would have been delighted by the encouragement the prize will give future new writers.

The University of Reading has the Rosalind Archive comprising her articles, research material and books in a number of languages. The material can be available for visitors to the University and, when catalogued, will be searchable on the internet

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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

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