Hi there, I’m Rachelle Rea Cobb. and I have history with words. I’ve ever been known as a grammar geek with a knack for storytelling. Friends and family have come to me for years to polish their pages. For five years now, I have shared the editing love with others.
My education was chock-full of words, too. I penned my first short story in middle school, my first novel right out of high school, and signed a three-book publishing contract right after I graduated college summa cum laude. My degree is in Communications, my minor is in English, and my favorite class was rhetorical composition.
I believe writing isn’t all heart and art. It’s structure and syntax, too. One of my favorite things to do is help others polish their pages until their words shine–and then they can sign their own publishing contracts. I have worked with traditional, self-published, and best-selling authors, as well as students, bloggers, and ESL writers.
Did I mention that right after college I signed a three-book deal? My Steadfast Love series (from WhiteFire Publishing) is a historical love story set during the sixteenth century. So I have the unique position of knowing what it’s like on the other side of the editing scalpel. Entrusting your words to others can be excruciating, but I promise to treat them with the utmost care, never squashing your voice. Instead, my job is to unleash it from typos, fluff, and repetitiveness, etc.
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About My Books
The Steadfast Love Series is set in 16th-century Europe, where the Reformation rages between Protestants and Catholics. Gwyneth, a half-Dutch Catholic, flees from England to Holland to escape the man who murdered her parents. When he follows her there and insists he has come to rescue her, will she trust him? Or would she rather succumb to the violence surrounding the Dutch Revolution?