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Welcome to Rachel Neumeier’s Website

Hello, and welcome to my website. Take a look around – you’ll find information on my books, my life as an author and what else I’m up to at the moment. You’ll also find my personal book recommendations and some useful links. Feel free to get in touch via my contact page if you would like to find out more.

Books – Coming Soon and Out Now

Black Dog, February 2014House of Shadows, July 2012The Griffin Mage Trilogy omnibus edition, November 2011The Floating Islands, February 2011

Visit the Books page of the site for more information on all my published books.

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Latest News & Blog Posts

Must be fall …

October 30th, 2014

So, I realize that OTHER people will have “I can tell it’s fall because of these beautiful leaves” types of posts, but *I* can tell it’s fall because yesterday — just in one day! — I captured and released THREE of these big guys: This one is pictured outside, which is certainly a superior environment …
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Revision update

October 29th, 2014

You wouldn’t think it was possible to end a sentence without a period. Just a blank space Followed by a new sentence. But this is surprisingly easy to do. Not like you see it ever page, but more than once per manuscript is not unusual. Hey, did you notice the typo in that sentence? It’s …
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Quick! Who are some great characters with disabilities?

October 28th, 2014

So, I’m going to WindyCon this year, and I’ve been put on a panel about writing characters with disabilities. Which is great in one way, because I really admire an author who can do a good job with this. And peculiar in another way, because I haven’t managed to do that myself. It’s in the …
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Learning history via YA fiction –

October 28th, 2014

I have long believed that the best way to learn about history is via historical fiction. Lots of it is meticulously researched, and nearly all of it will do something that no textbook can — it will give you the flavor of life in that period and make you care about the people who lived …
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Characters to dress up as for Halloween

October 28th, 2014

I don’t do costumes! Except on *very rare* occasions. I just don’t. But! I really love this blog post on different fantasy characters a girl might dress up as. I’ve only read a few of the books mentioned, though all are at least on my radar and some are actually on my TBR pile. We …
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