Rosa Lea grew up in South Africa, where she spent a lot of time wandering about the bush on family holidays. This time in the African wild has provided her with a love of nature, strong empathy and an eye for detail—staple elements which can be found in all her works. After moving to Europe in her late twenties, she ran her own translation agency.
Recently she ‘discovered’ creativity and the wonderful world of writing. Two of her short stories (Elephant Killers and Paths Taken) have been published in an online literary magazine in 2017.