About K J Rollinson

K J Rollinson was born in Salford, Lancashire, moved to Wales aged 12 and also lived in Berkshire.

Despite leaving school without any qualifications, the author gained A levels and professional awards through the ensuing years.
The author carved out a career and worked for many years for the National Health Service, taking various positions with health authorities within England and Wales, but now lives in Spain.

K.J. Rollinson’s short stories have appeared in various publications. The author has written the ‘Fallyn’ trilogy, ‘Fallyn and the Dragons, ‘Fallyn in the Forbidden Land,’ and ‘Fallyn and the Sea Dragons.’ The first book ‘Fallyn and the Dragons’ got into the top 100 in two Amazon categories, fantasy and fairy tales. ‘The Rode to Justice, John Rode, 1st grade detective, murder stories’, is available on Amazon kindle.

Social Media Contacts.

Twitter. @BoyesKjr.

Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/#!/kathy.rollinson.1

Website. http://www.kjrollinsonauthor.weebly.com Click on the book covers, which will send you directly to my author’s page on amazon.

Amazon author’s page https://www.amazon.com/author/kjrollinson which gives details of my books which can be purchased on Amazon, both in soft book and kindle. K.J’s books are below.

KJ  Picture F in the Forbidden Land

KJ Cover F & Drags.

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kj The Rode to Justice

http://www.wordplaywritersforum.com Click on ‘Our Members’ Publications’. Click on ‘Buy on Amazon’ at the bottom of the appropriate book, which will send you directly to Amazon.

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