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Rosen Trevithick

About Rosen Trevithick

Rosen was born in Cornwall. She studied psychology at Oxford before moving back to the West Country.

Readers have downloaded over a quarter of a million copies of Rosen's books. Several titles have broken into the Amazon charts, including a number 1 humorous fiction bestseller.

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Praise for Rosen Trevithick

"Brilliant."
- The Independent
"A very short story which made a very big impact, I actually found myself at one point holding my breath."
- A. Coburn (Amazon Top 500 Reviewer)
"My Granny Writes Erotica is a laugh a minute story with a few moments that steal your breath! I really enjoyed it and if it ever appears on Paperback I will definitely be giving copies to my family to read."
- Rebbie Reviews (Amazon Reviewer)
"It is that famous sarcastic, British wit that I could eat all day. London, the Doggy and Me is simply another winner."
- N. Blackburn

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Search Your Shutterstock History

Search Your Shutterstock History

Jump straight to tool: shutterlibrary.com.

I use Shutterstock a lot. It has a vast database of stock images available for licensing at reasonable prices. However, I found it very difficult to search my download history using their own website.

Whilst they have powerful search tools for their whole database, it's somewhat harder to search only images you've already purchased. It seems you have to click through every page of your download history individually, and scour each thumbnails with your eyes. This can be a problem if you have hundred, or thousands of photos.

Therefore, I designed a tool to search only your own images. I found it so useful that I decided to publish it online. You can find it here: shutterlibrary.com.

Once you've located the image you're looking for, you can either search your hard drive for the filename, or re-download from Shutterstock.

If, when you find the image you were looking for, it's not quite right, Shutter Library suggests similar images from your history and suggests images that are available to add to your collection.

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