In 2013 Rose wrote a cover feature for Guardian Weekend about her life with a type of OCD which causes intrusive sexual thoughts. It kickstarted a flurry of media interest in this previously little-known condition. Two years later, Unbound and Penguin Random House published Rose’s memoir on the same subject, Pure. It has been featured in The Times, Glamour, The Evening Standard, The Daily Mail and more.

 Rose’s short fiction has been published by Under The Influence magazine and Somesuch Stories. Her latest story appears alongside pieces by Paul Weller, John Niven and Julie Burchill in My Old Man (Canongate, 2016), an anthology of writings from children to their fathers.

 Rose has made broadcast appearances on Sky News, Woman’s Hour and Radio 1. Her first documentary and screenwriting projects are in development. 

You can see Rose talking about why we need to be more open about OCD on The Guardian's website -