Overshare - Rose Ellen Dix & Rosie Spaughton


By Rose Ellen Dix & Rosie Spaughton

  • Release Date: 2018-10-04
  • Genre: Biographies & Memoirs
Score: 5
From 20 Ratings


Rose and Rosie are known for their candid and hilarious YouTube videos... but now they are taking oversharing to a whole new level. Discussing sexuality, revealing secrets and empowering others, OVERSHARE is a book packed with Rose and Rosie's unique take on friendships, fame, mental health and LGBT issues.

As visibly out members of the LGBT community, they open up about their own experiences, both together and as individuals, and have written this book in the hope that it gives strength to those who have faced similar difficulties. They are spreading a message of positivity and inclusivity, and want everyone to feel comfortable in their own skin, no matter what their sexuality.

Delve deep into the unfiltered highs and lows of Rose and Rosie's life: family relationships, secrets of a happy marriage, struggles with OCD and anxiety, finding love and navigating the world as a gay couple. Get ready to laugh, cry, cringe and OVERSHARE.


  • Brutally honest

    By tuesdayandwednesday
    Just brutally honest and impacting. Rose is so deeply intense and her wife while being on point makes things comfortable.
  • AMAZING!!!

    By kaybee2533
    Apart from having to look up all the British references I didn’t understand, it was wonderful! I’ve only read the sample and I’m already hooked; I love the way Rose makes a connection between Love and Type 2 diabetes lol.
  • "When everything seems gloomy, turn up the brightness. It’s F2 on the MAC."

    By Surfingtosuccess
    That is exactly what this book was for me. It was beautifully written and it felt like a safe place that I don’t have anywhere else. They were honest about their struggles and It was nice to know that they understand what I have also been going through as well. Plus, who doesn’t love a dash of sarcasm? They are going to continue to do amazing things and never have I been so proud to call myself a fan.