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Rose Servitova is an Irish author and essayist. She claimed bronze at the International SPR Book Awards 2019, was a finalist in the ScreenCraft Cinematic Book Competition, shortlisted at the Flash Prize and twice at Listowel Writers Week for her humour essays. 

Rose’s witty debut novel, The Longbourn Letters – The Correspondence between Mr Collins & Mr Bennet, was described as a ‘literary triumph’ on publication. Her second novel, a completing of Jane Austen’s unfinished work, The Watsons, has been hailed as ‘an extraordinary piece of work’. Rose has just completed Jane Austen's unfinished fragment, Sanditon. Her current WIP is a historical fiction novel called Íde. It is about a forbidden relationship in oppressive 1930s Ireland.

Rose has made author appearances at literary events nationally and overseas including Bath’s Jane Austen Festival as well as online events for festivals, book-clubs and the Austen birthday celebration at Chawton House (2020).  She also speaks in schools, libraries and universities. 

Rose curated Jane Austen 200 – Limerick, a festival celebrating Limerick’s many links to Austen while nodding at its extensive Georgian heritage and has, since, regularly facilitated themed nostalgic afternoon tea events and literary and heritage events.

Rose lives in the South-West of Ireland with her husband Filip and children Laura and Charlie.

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 Rose Servitova

Author, Essayist, Speaker

Welcome to the official website of Rose Servitova. As a prolific Author, her mission in life is to tell stories of all kinds. Take a look through the site to find everything from her latest work to past projects.

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The Watsons

"There is nothing like tea for comforting the soul and making social creatures of us all. There is nothing like tea for loosening the tongue."

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My library looks forward to your books, for there are several shelves down low, behind the door, which have remained empty for generations and will appreciate being occupied at last.

The Longbourn Letters

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