On a more practical "who am I?" level: I’m 22 and recently graduated from Cornerstone University with a BA in creative writing. Both my work-in-progress novels, Chaos in G Major and Definitions of Life were fueled by MFA-style workshop classes I took my sophomore and junior year.
While I prefer to write fiction, I dabble in nonfiction when the opportunity arises. I have a blog about my experience with social anxiety here. You can read more about my works here.
When I'm not writing, I can be found drawing, climbing trees, petting my cat, working on embroideries for my Etsy shop, and looking for all the little things that make life worth living.
MEET RACHEL PAIGE
I wrote my first story when I was six years old, complete with illustrations of a chicken and a horse named PJ, because those were the only animal-shaped stencils I had.
Since then, I've drifted from the world of unlikely animal friendships and landed in contemporary young adult novels. It's my passion to write the book I wanted to read when I was in high school.
Because of that, my novels focus on people, internal conflict, and mental health. I strive to create broken, relatable characters young adults can not only enjoy reading about, but learn about themselves through.