Despite the ability to play make-believe with the best of them, Rachel was an exceedingly unimaginative child when it came to her own future. She wrote her first short story at age eight and started sharing her work online after building her first (terrible) website at age eleven, but it never occurred to her that something so fun could also be a career. As a result, she found herself graduating law school with absolutely no desire to be a lawyer. She wrote her first book instead.
Rachel's been writing both for love and money ever since. Over the past two decades she's written a lot of different things: innumerable short stories; legal memos and briefs; articles and opinion pieces on books, pop-culture, and the law; and two novels. Her work has been featured on IGN, IT-Lex, and Common Novel.
When she’s not typing down the words, you can find her obsessing over the latest pop-culture phenomenon, imploring people to create their own websites, and reading every YA book she can get her hands on.
Rachel is currently working on her latest novel, a young adult sci-fi romance. She lives with her (very) small child in Dallas, TX.