Today, we are going to be looking at an author who loves words and so much, that she’s even written a book about them!
About Rachelle Rea Cobb
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 first fictional hero—even though she hadn’t yet met her husband when she wrote three books about a man with the same first name! She drives a pick-up truck and is addicted to all the different kinds of Oreos
Rachelle, from the moment I began reading your grammar guide Write Well, I suddenly knew that I wasn’t dreaming when I believed that grammar could be fun! Your boldness to explore the rest of the writing industry, and your funny/touching blog posts made me excited and intrigued of seeing myself edit other people’s works someday. After learning about you, I’ve had more fun editing my novel than before. May more people be blessed by your romance books, your grammar book, and your editing services for years to come.
Where to buy Rachelle’s books:
Rachelle has a romance trilogy called Steadfast Love( cute huh?) which is available on Amazon both as an ebook and paperback.
Her book Write Well is only available on Kindle.
Note: For her trilogy Steadfast, she has her maiden name Rachelle Rea, and her married name for Write Well, due to the fact that she wrote her series before she got married( just to clear any confusion).
Where to connect with Rachelle:
You can connect with her on Her website .
How about you?
Do you enjoy editing?
What’s the hardest part of grammar for you?