Rachel Tsoumbakos is a stay home mother of two.

Her main passions are writing, reading and organic gardening. Rachel lives with her husband, two kids, three cats and seven chickens in suburban Melbourne, Australia.

While she has had several articles published through mainstream magazines, she has also written extensively for Suite 101 and True Blood Net.

In between writing novels, Rachel also runs a successful copywriting and formatting business.

Emeline and the Mutants is her first published novel and available on Amazon: http://amzn.to/EATMUP. The Ring of Lost Souls is set in an abandoned mental institute on the outskirts of Melbourne, is her second novel and also available on Amazon: http://amzn.to/TROLSRT.

Her current work in progress, Unremembered Things, is an edgy paranormal trilogy about a woman who is in charge of saving the world even though she suffers from amnesia. Make sure you follow her blog for more information.

Her newest endeavour is Zombie Apocalypse Now! This is a zombie apocalypse serial written entirely from a female perspective - and these gals know how to kick some butt!

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  • Melbourne, Australia
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mrszoomby mrszoomby Nov 26, 2012 02:03AM
Oh wow! Thanks Gothiclaly1 :-D
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Stories by Rachel Tsoumbakos
Discarded Things by mrszoomby
Discarded Things Paranormal
When writing Unremembered Things (Book #1 in the Wood Nymph Chronicles), some scenes were cut from the book. I have published these scenes here.
Emeline and the Mutants by mrszoomby
Emeline and the Mutants Horror
What would you do if your whole family mutated into hideous creatures? Would you have the courage to do what had to be done when they threatened you life? Emeline Hart is faced with this horrifying decision when t...
The Ring of Lost Souls by mrszoomby
The Ring of Lost Souls Paranormal
What if fairy tales were real? "The figure was dark with jagged little edges. While it was an image only caught fleetingly out of the corner of her eye, it was possible to make some distinction in regards to i...
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