She published her first book "The Point of Me" in July 2017 after spending most of her adult-life hankering after a life as an author but finding herself being too 'busy'; after leaving school she got sucked into the world of business and got busy running three companies. But now she's old enough to know better and has decided to ditch the limiting-belief she got from her school-days, when she was told that being a writer wasn't a proper job and get properly busy doing what she loves the most in life - writing stories.
Rachel's style has been described as "captivating, eloquent, descriptive and detailed". She writes spiritual stories that deal with many of life's great questions.
What do you read for pleasure?
This could be a long list! I love John O'Donohue for his poetic prose. Phillip Pullman has to go on the list too. Stephen R. Donaldson is a favourite too; again I love the manner of his description. I'm currently re-reading Frankenstein and I also like to work my way through Fyodor Dostoyevsky's books. I use the word 'work' on purpose there! They take a lot of concentration, but I like that.
What is your e-reading device of choice?
Like most people on the planet, I guess, I have an Amazon Kindle :)