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Rachel Cotterill

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Rachel lives with her husband in the Cotswolds. When she's not writing, she's studying for a PhD in computational linguistics.

As you'll know if you've been following me on Instagram or Twitter, I had my PhD viva last week. After several long years and a hell of a lot of work, I'm finally Doctor Cotterill! (Well, it'll be official once I've turned in my corrections. But it's close enough.) It's been a tiring process, and blogging has been very much on the back burner over the past year while I was writing up, however I... Read more of this blog post »
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Savannah Rachel, thank you for the friendship.
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Traci Thanks for accepting the friend vite. I look forward to seeing what you are reading.


Chelsea Pleasure to make your acquaintance!


Rachel Cotterill Cheryl wrote: "Thanks for accepting my friend request, Rachel. Your book sounds interesting!"

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