A former diplomat and civil servant, is a columnist for Writing Magazine. His ongoing series 'How to write like…' examines what new writers can learn from bestselling authors.
Tony has had articles published in many national magazines, including The Oldie, The Countryman, Caterer and Hotelkeeper, Country Walking, Collect it!, Best of British and The Cricketer. He has also written three non-fiction books – The Greatest Management Tips in the World (2008), The Greatest Retirement Tips in the World (2007) and Only a Bloody Game (a humorous book about village cricket, published in 2002).
Tony, a member of the Society of Authors, combines writing with work as a consultant and trainer. For the past five years he has run a two-day training course (several times a year) for staff of the Council of Europe in Strasbourg, helping participants to improve their ability to write clear and concise English.
The [Article Writing and Freelance Journalism] course is an exercise in self-discovery that broadens one’s interests and knowledge. Plus, Mr Rossiter’s guidance and direction are clear, concise and courteous.Samuel Scicluna, Malta - 22/03/2016