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Writing under the name of Ros Bayes, Ros has been writing magazine articles for about 35 years. She began by writing for some of the disability press, while she stayed at home to raise her family, including one daughter who has cerebral palsy, autism, learning disability and partial sight. She now writes regularly for Christian magazines and websites.
Her passion in life is first Jesus and then her 3 lovely daughters. She worked for 10 years as a teacher of Religious Studies, Philosophy and Ethics at one of the largest secondary schools in England. During this time she began writing a series of A level textbooks which are published by Zigzag Education.
She has subsequently done editing and ghost writing for other authors, and has self-published a book of devotional poetry, two books of devotional prose and her first novel, The Well is Deep, a retelling of the story of the Samaritan woman's encounter with Jesus. She is currently working on her second novel with a working title of The Secret of Trepoltire House
For 3 days a week she works for Christian disability charity Through the Roof, writing all their training and publicity resources, reflecting at the interface between disability and theology and speaking on behalf of the charity. Her books published by Through the Roof include Hearts in Transformation, Who Matters and Why?, A Church That Cares and A Welcoming Place: Autistic Young People in Church. Her blog for Through the Roof can be found at throughtheroof.org/info-and-resources/articles/ros-blog/.
Contribute to/write textbooks, Ghostwriter, Give talks and readings in schools, Give talks and readings to adults, Undertake research projects, Make personal appearances, Write for magazines/newspapers, Copy editing and proof-reading
Ethics - various, Literature - Classical, Non-Fiction, Religion, Biblical History, Biblical Studies, Church History, Theology, Mind, body and spirit, Philosophy, Ethics - various, Literature - Classical, Non-Fiction, Religion, Biblical History, Biblical Studies, Church History, Theology, Mind, body and spirit, Philosophy