Rachel Funk Heller

Rachel Funk Heller began her career as a journalist and worked as an independent television writer/producer for over two decades. She's worked for a variety of industry clients as well as the Hawaii State Department of Education. She is a former CNN producer who worked in both the Atlanta headquarters and the Washington D.C. bureau. She is the creator of "The Writer's Coloring Book®" check it out at writerscoloriningbook.com

  • Independent Spirit: Introducing Piper Bayard

    Introducing: Piper Bayard, An Independent Spirit   This post could fall under the category of “why I love the internet.” A couple of years ago, when I made my first foray into the electronic soup of social media, specifically Twitter, one of the first people I met was Piper Bayard. After only a few short […]

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  • Quiet Time: My Mother’s Next Step

    Hi Everyone, Several kind friends have asked how my mother is faring, after we had her wonderful wake, she is still with us, but she has come to a new crossroads. She has lost a great deal of weight in the last few months and spends most of the day in bed. Our previous visits […]

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  • K. B. Owen’s own Alchemy: “Dangerous and Unseemly”

    It’s Wednesday peeps, and that’s the day we talk about writing and writers. I’m pleased as punch to welcome back our friend K.B. Owen. I am humbled by her greatness and was so thrilled when she asked to stop by Social Alchemy on her blog tour. She has just published her first novel, “Dangerous and […]

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