Rachel Elizabeth Paige first decided she wanted to be a writer sometime between the second and third grade, and moved her interests into the realm of poetry just before entering high school.
In 2007, she received her Certificate in Peer Counseling, as well as being diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder.
She has studied creative and journalistic styles in courses and personal interactions under the guidance of published authors Tarence Young, Carla Hesketh/Funk, Joan MacLeod, David Leach, Bill Gaston, and John Gould.
The Claremont Review (poetry)
Voices Visible - Stundent Writing Journal (short story)
Garden of Dreams (poetry manuscript): http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01AQ2OJB2?*Version*=1&*entries*=0
@FreeMentalIllness (Q&A counselor)
Diary of a Bipolar Artist:
290 in Non-Fiction (August 27, 2016)
229 in Non-Fiction (January 17, 2017)
Daughter of the Frost:
572 in Fantasy (October 5, 2016)
Top 8 of the Undiscovered Writers Awards
Beyond the Veil:
2nd Place Contest Winner (TheFaeFolk)
FCRAs Winner: People of the Sea (December 2016)
100 Followers (October 6, 2016)
200 Followers (September 18, 2017)
Movements: #JustWriteIt #weneeddiversebooks #FreeYourBody #WrittenInAction #FreeMentalIllness #BadassReads #DiverseLit #StopBodyShaming #NotAllAreHeroes #ProjectCharacter #stopmentalhealthstigma #nomorescars #ProjectBeYOUtiful #safelove #ProjectNoIsNo #ProjectRecovery #revealhiddenscars #SaveALife #ProjectEvangeline
You are beautiful, inside and out. It is not your fault. You are not alone. I'm proud of you for surviving this long.
- Under the Sea
- JoinedSeptember 13, 2015