All posts by: Rebekah J Harris

As  summertime approaches, life has a way of slowing down, yet accelerating at the same time. School is out, the kiddos are home, and the anticipation of the rest and relaxation of summer vacations makes us as giddy as children...
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Aside from questions about the characters, most of the questions, comments, and reviews I receive after fans have read The Spirit Breather are about the setting details and the world I created. As much as I like to pride myself on...
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In the last decade since I’ve been a student of writing and craft, I’ve read more books than I can count, starring all of my favorite YA characters, from faeries and vampires to awkward book nerds and victims of injustice....
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When I tell people I write Young Adult literature, the typical response I get is: “Really? Why young adult?” The tone of that question is not one of piqued interest. Instead, it is typically more of a shocked, condescending sort...
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  • Kat Shehata RUSSIAN TATTOOS OBSESSION
The following is an interview with NYT Bestselling Author Kat Shehata, detailing the release of her upcoming New Adult Suspense, RUSSIAN TATTOOS, slated for release by Limitless Publishing on Jan. 12, 2016. On a personal note, Kat is an awesome...
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Nothing can make me read the day away quite like a classic tale of good versus evil, and for me (and most readers, I would argue), a well-crafted, three-dimensional villain is a must-have in order to keep the pages turning....
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  • contact Rebekah J Harris author speaker
I love words. I love vivid images. I love the technicality of a beautifully constructed sentence. I love using similes and metaphors to create an imaginary world that lures in my readers. I’ve always admired the writing of F. Scott...
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  • breathing life into your characters rachel ballon book cover
As a relatively new stay-at-home mom, there’s nothing I love more than having a few hours to myself, perusing Amazon for a great book, selecting “Buy now with 1 click”, and settling in with a cup of coffee.  However, there’s nothing...
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  • writing notebook pen paper brief hiatus
What a blur! That’s really the best way to describe the last few months of my life, the events of which have impacted my regular posts! I was in the middle of shopping my YA novel The Spirit Breather, working...
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