Rachel Adams

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Spotlight: World Wide Pedrol

https://worldwidepedrol.com This blog and the poetry and the pictures often tickle my muses. If I need a setting, I look through art for guidance, and this blog is rich with ideas from our world. Thank you! For the latest post that is an inspiration to me, CLICK...

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From the Author: Research Becomes Treasure

So, as most of you know, I use a lot of settings from my state of North Carolina when I write. I also change the names up of memorials and townships and businesses – because I don’t have everyone’s permission to use these things and who knows what kind of morass...

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SPOTLIGHT: The Reading Chemist

The Reading Chemist has become one of my favorite sites for finding out about new books. They are honest with their reviews and insightful in their descriptions. I recommend subscribing to their page or following them on social media so that you get updates...

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Spotlight: Chase Connor Books

I met and followed Chase Connor on Twitter this year because of a follower spree. When I began reading his tweets and saw that he was so supportive of other authors and had such good vibes - I had to begin following him on more than Twitter. His writing reflects a...

Walking the Blade

Wulf Gets Adopted

A blast from the past - Wulf is now met by his betrothed's children - all of whom are half-dragon / half-elf. They've been watching him and now it's time for him to prove to them that he deserves their mother as a mate.

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Don't forget to follow me on INSTAGRAM for the cool pictures I post and the little commentary. And if you see who I follow, those folks are cool, too! PUBSQUIRREL - which is also my gamer...

About Me

I’m a Southern Girl (meaning Southern United States). I grew up in the Deep South in the Bible Belt and I guess my writing grew from an exploration of the culture and the hidden cultures and things I’ve seen in growing up. My escapism as a child grew my imagination and my spirit. I began to write at around age 11 but most of that early stuff was destroyed by my mother.

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