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Rachael Kosinski

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When she was little, Rachael Kosinski wanted to be a paleontologist, an astronaut, a nature photographer, a writer for National Geographic, an Egyptologist, and the next Jane Goodall. Instead of being a new link between man and chimp, or discovering a planet suitable for sustained human life, or maybe even winning renowned fame by stumbling across an undiscovered dinosaur, Rachael finally decided that, if she never became a writer, she would simply die. Nine years later, she now possesses a quirky knowledge of world mythology, an addiction to coffee, and a penchant for making over-expressive faces at her laptop.

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Rachael Kosinski I flee from my laptop and delve into a particularly good book. One that hopefully sucks me into a world I have no creative ownership to, one that…moreI flee from my laptop and delve into a particularly good book. One that hopefully sucks me into a world I have no creative ownership to, one that makes me breathless with its descriptions (I'm an adjective addict, can you tell?) and lets my brain relax. If I keep fighting and try to force the plot along, I'll just get really grumpy and not right much of anything. (less)
Rachael Kosinski *the excuse to drink coffee
*making things up for a living
*being able to run around Paris/duel on Circe's Island/outwit a succubus in Massachusetts and…more
*the excuse to drink coffee
*making things up for a living
*being able to run around Paris/duel on Circe's Island/outwit a succubus in Massachusetts and still make it to the living room in under thirty seconds to play Just Dance with your little sister
*being able to live an infinite number of lives and leave every one breathless and more wise, hopefully. (less)
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Picture Reviews, I was taught in my crash course on authoring (which mainly reached me through quick emails on my Canadian Yahoo account), are the lifeblood of the writer. Everyone seems very tense about them. You need them (or so everyone says) so people know whether to buy your book or not, and when you do get them you want them to be good, but lots of people also don't seem very keen on writing the... Read more of this blog post »
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