Writing fantasy is how Rebekah juggles being a responsible adult and a hobby of worldbuilding. And it’s a good thing she loves to outline, because between creating religions, governments, languages, and fashion, she has a lot of information to keep track of!
Her fantasy novel, Catalyst, took first place in the 2013 Oklahoma Writers’ Federation, Inc. annual contest for unpublished science fiction/fantasy/horror novels.
She is also a Municipal Liaison for National Novel Writing Month, because just writing 50,000 words in a month is obviously not enough.
When she’s not writing, Rebekah manages to keep her husband, one healthy cat, one not-so-healthy cat (he’s in chronic renal failure), and six chickens alive from day to day. Her dream is to be as self-sufficient as possible on her not-quite-a-quarter acre lot, while somehow still finding time to write and feed her anime and manga addiction.
Rebekah may be capable of subsisting purely on tea and books. Or this rumor may be greatly exaggerated.