By: Marilyn L. Davis
Rachel H.T. Mendell writes freelance from home in her office that she grabbed when her sixth child moved out, which is much nicer than the converted closet she wrote in for almost 20 years.
She is married and has seven children and one grandson. When Rachel is not writing, she’s gardening, caring for chickens, rabbits, and cats. She lives with her family in Morrow County, Ohio.
Rachel writes novels, poetry, plays, essays, columns, articles, short stories, long letters, devotionals, and experimental allegory.
She has been published in various magazines: Galion Inquirer, The Morrow County Sentinel, the Crestline Advocate and online at Richland Source.
You can find a few of her articles at Heart of Ohio Magazine and floating around cyberspace.
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Rachel happily answers emails at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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