About

Or enjoy the following History of Rebecca:

Rebecca McLaughlin was born in the molten heart of a star along with three other Siblings of the Sun (though all four are female, so they could have been named the “Sisters of Sun,” but that had nunnery implications too horrifying to condone). After traversing the universe with naught but imagination and the dust of ancient worlds, Rebecca crash-landed on a mountain of a foreign spheroid. The moon. A hop, skip, and boat ride later, she came to inhabit Earth, where she flourished in the art of coffee-drinking, word-hyphenating, and people-hugging. In a recent revelation of self-ideation, Rebecca decided to shed her immortal shell and live among humankind with the caveat that she might depart suddenly if distant stars need tending, watering, or assistance with grammar.

The following previous “About” was stricken from record when the above tale was found and confirmed true. Such slander as follows is abhorrent to the nature of biographical verity.

I graduated in May 2014 with a BA in Chemistry and English Creative Writing. Since then, I’ve been working as a technical writer in Michigan. I have had two roommates named Travis (but spelled differently), and I have successfully not ax-murdered anyone, despite the numerous sharp objects readily on-hand.

Hey Look! Oooooh, ahhhhh, it’s like a nighttime sky of awesome! (made on Pixlr)

It is believed that the following image is a map of Rebecca’s homeworlds.

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One thought on “About

  1. Hello,

    Not sure if you remember but you let me include some of your words in my book Fall in Love with Writing,

    Thank you so much for letting me include your words. Sorry if this has already been sent, but just wanted to let you know that it’s published as an ebook.

    If you want to grab a copy it’s $3.99 in US dollars. You can find it on Amazon but just make sure you go to your country’s version of the website: http://www.amazon.com.au/gp/product/B019CDRZXA?%2AVersion%2A=1&%2Aentries%2A=0

    Don’t worry if you don’t have a Kindle, the Kindle Cloud Reader is free and allows you to read Kindle books.

    Hope you like it. Thanks heaps!

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