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Rachelle Rea Cobb

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in Little Town, South, The United States
June 07, 1992

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Rachelle Rea Cobb has history with words. She penned her first short story in middle school, her first novel right out of high school, and signed a three-book publishing contract right after college. Her Steadfast Love series (from WhiteFire Publishing) is the tale of a Catholic maiden entrenched in the Dutch Revolution–and the redheaded Protestant man who brings her to love and faith.

But Rachelle believes writing isn’t all heart and art; it’s structure and syntax, too. One of her favorite things to do is help others polish their own pages until they shine. She works with authors (traditional and self-published), ESL writers, students, and bloggers.

She lives in a seaside Southern town with her new husband, who shares the name of Rachelle’s
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Rachelle Rea Cobb Read, read, read! I can't say that enough! You can't learn how to fly a plane by watching one glide across the sky, but you learn a lot watching a…moreRead, read, read! I can't say that enough! You can't learn how to fly a plane by watching one glide across the sky, but you learn a lot watching a sentence soar. So read in your chosen genre--and out of it.

And check out GoTeenWriters.com. I learned most of what I've learned about writing from them. :)(less)
Rachelle Rea Cobb Great question, Hannah! Reformation-era England piqued my interest because my family has both Catholic and Protestant roots--and never were those…moreGreat question, Hannah! Reformation-era England piqued my interest because my family has both Catholic and Protestant roots--and never were those tensions more keenly felt than at that volatile time when Protestants wanted to be respected and Catholics felt their religion was threatened.

I probably enjoyed most the research that led me to passionate hearts on both sides of the conflicts: those who were willing to fight for what they believed in even if there were others who believed just as strongly the exact opposite things! I hope I highlight that well in Diamonds. :)(less)
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How You Can Achieve Inbox Zero Every Day—Guaranteed

I shut down my computer and sighed because I knew I hadn’t accomplished everything I wanted to do that day—and worst of all I felt as if there was something I was forgetting. Ever had that feeling?


I used to have that feeling all too often, all because of my love/hate relationship with email.





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Patience Bledsoe Thank you very much for being my friend on Goodreads, Rachelle! :) I love your blog/website, and often visit there. I was very excited about "meeting" you on Goodreads. :)

Many blessings,
Patience


message 12: by Ysa

Ysa Thanks for adding me back, Rachelle!!!
:o D I love your blog!


message 11: by Lucinda

Lucinda Dear Rachelle,
Thank you so much for being my friend here on Goodreads and for acepting the invitation! I very much look forward to discussing books with you.
Regards
Lucinda x


message 10: by Salyna

Salyna Thanks for adding me:)


message 9: by Rissi

Rissi Thanks for the friend invite, Rachelle. Will look forward to chatting books. :)


Abigail Mitchell Happy 20th Birthday! May God Bless You With Many More.


Rachelle Cobb The Book Blogger wrote: "Rachelle wrote: "The Book Blogger wrote: "Hey! Thanks for the ad :D
um, do you actually follow my blog?
and what's GTW???"

Whoops! Ain't that embarressing. I know another "book blogger" from G..."


Exactamundo! That's the spirit! :) (Ditto.)


The Book Blogger (inside and in between) Rachelle wrote: "The Book Blogger wrote: "Hey! Thanks for the ad :D
um, do you actually follow my blog?
and what's GTW???"

Whoops! Ain't that embarressing. I know another "book blogger" from Go Teen Writers (g..."


Oh lol no problem
Hey, I made a new friend at least:P


Rachelle Cobb The Book Blogger wrote: "Hey! Thanks for the ad :D
um, do you actually follow my blog?
and what's GTW???"


Whoops! Ain't that embarressing. I know another "book blogger" from Go Teen Writers (goteenwriters.blogspot.com) and I got ya'll mixed up. Sorry. :) Second-week-of-the-semester fried brain. ;)


message 4: by The Book Blogger (inside and in between) (last edited Jan 19, 2012 09:16PM)

The Book Blogger (inside and in between) Hey! Thanks for the ad :D
um, do you actually follow my blog?
and what's GTW???


message 3: by Sarah

Sarah Thanks for the invite!! This is really fun!


Rachelle Cobb Beth wrote: "Thanks for adding me, Rachelle! :)"

Thank you! I saw you on Katie McCurdy's profile and loved that you were reading Cascade (isn't the River of Time awesome?).


message 1: by Beth

Beth Thanks for adding me, Rachelle! :)


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