The author in Rachel is dedicated to writing inspirational and entertaining pieces, while always maintaining wholesome content. She writes short stories, devotionals and poetry, though her greatest love is novels. Her writings, in general, take on a range of topics, many focusing on God's work in people's lives. Check out her Novels, Inspirational Writings or her writer's guide.
The artist in Rachel loves creating crafted items using a combination of her own digital artwork and photography. To make a small collection of items available for others to enjoy, she developed Art Gone Crazy - the label she uses for this particular venture. Items range from stationery, to note cards, pendants, magnets and ready-to-frame prints. The list varies greatly, depending on interest or the discovery of new techniques. Visit her Etsy shop for current available items.
The designer in Rachel is always looking for a newphrase or picture that she eventually makes into an image used on a variety of different items.
In this particular area, CafePress has
become a great place for her to showcase her work...and have a lot of fun. Rachel's designs include everything from horse-lover images and
sayings for writers, to Bible-based graphics and more. Check out her CafePress store by clicking here.
If you'd like to know more about Rachel or read her own personal story, check out her biography and testimony of faith.
Links of Interest
What People are Saying
about Rachel's Books
"I just finished reading Smatterings of an Analyitcal Loner. Loved it and it was such an inspiring book. I did so enjoy it!!"
"I love all her books and this one was the best by far!!!" [Discovering the Dawn]
"Kept me turning page after page! I rate it a 5 star, because of the plot and gripping impact it had on me. I loved it."
"The book was stupendous! It portrayed well of how someone who is hard-of-hearing would deal with and feel about life. The story was very heart warming and I would recommend it to anyone." [Silent Ride]
"As a fan of Christian romance novels, I was very impressed... The story line is good, and the characters don't get confusing. It is completely moral--no trash included like so many romance novels do today."