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Would Like to Meet (2019) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Rachel Winters is an upcoming British author of romance stories. She has recently finished writing her debut book and is waiting for its release in December 2019. Rachel has completed her graduation with a bachelor’s degree in the subject of Creative Writing. She also holds a master’s degree in Publishing. The first time that Rachel ventured into the publishing industry was when she took the job of penning newspaper columns about cat breeders. However, she claims that she has never kept a cat at her house. Writing columns felt like Sex and the City to her, but it helped her to become a commissioning editor in a major publishing company. Rachel’s first book is called Would Like to Meet. She has very high hopes with this book and wishes to get the praise and appreciation of the readers as well as the critics.

Author Rachel is a native of London. She has worked and resided in London all her life. During her twenties, Rachel used to work on a freelance basis for online magazines and local newspapers. One of her works involved editing craft magazines and writing columns about pets. In addition to writing novels, Rachel likes to go for long walks in the English countryside. She is a big admirer of life in big cities. Rachel believes that most of the problems of life can be solved with large wine glasses and good friends. And there are very few problems with which this solution does not work. Currently, Rachel is employed at Orion Books at the post of an editor. The publisher has also acquired the rights of publishing Rachel’s debut book.

An editorial director named Sam Eades had acquired the world publishing rights and another romantic comedy directly from author Rachel. But, in the Frankfurt Book Fair in 2018, she made it clear that she has handed over the publishing rights to Orion Books. In her first book, Rachel has described the story of a long-time literary agency assistant named Evie Summers. Evie goes through a difficult time when she learns that she is about to get deprived of her job. One way of keeping her job safe is by convincing the agency’s most difficult and biggest client named Ezra Chester that he can finish a rom-com story for a Hollywood film. But, the problem is that Ezra has not started writing the story yet. As Ezra Chester suffers from writer’s block, he tells Evie Summers that he will begin to write the script only if she succeeds in proving to him that people can fall in love in reality as they depicted in the films.

While trying to overcome this dilemma, Evie keeps falling into ridiculous situations one after the other. Subsequently, the process helps her to start living joyfully and love life the way it is meant to be. Many critics have hailed Rachel as an exciting, fresh voice in the world of women’s fiction. Rachel has also been described as a skillful editor whom her authors love a lot. She is hopeful of keeping up with her reputation and writing exciting novels one after another in the years to come.

Rachel Winters is an upcoming British author of romance stories. She has recently finished writing her debut book and is waiting for its release in December 2019. Rachel has completed her graduation with a bachelor’s degree in the subject of Creative Writing. She also holds a master’s degree in Publishing. The first time that Rachel ventured into the publishing industry was when she took the job of penning newspaper columns about cat breeders. However, she claims that she has never kept a cat at her house. Writing columns felt like Sex and the City to her, but it helped her to become a commissioning editor in a major publishing company. Rachel’s first book is called Would Like to Meet. She has very high hopes with this book and wishes to get the praise and appreciation of the readers as well as the critics.

Author Rachel is a native of London. She has worked and resided in London all her life. During her twenties, Rachel used to work on a freelance basis for online magazines and local newspapers. One of her works involved editing craft magazines and writing columns about pets. In addition to writing novels, Rachel likes to go for long walks in the English countryside. She is a big admirer of life in big cities. Rachel believes that most of the problems of life can be solved with large wine glasses and good friends. And there are very few problems with which this solution does not work. Currently, Rachel is employed at Orion Books at the post of an editor. The publisher has also acquired the rights of publishing Rachel’s debut book.

An editorial director named Sam Eades had acquired the world publishing rights and another romantic comedy directly from author Rachel. But, in the Frankfurt Book Fair in 2018, she made it clear that she has handed over the publishing rights to Orion Books. In her first book, Rachel has described the story of a long-time literary agency assistant named Evie Summers. Evie goes through a difficult time when she learns that she is about to get deprived of her job. One way of keeping her job safe is by convincing the agency’s most difficult and biggest client named Ezra Chester that he can finish a rom-com story for a Hollywood film. But, the problem is that Ezra has not started writing the story yet. As Ezra Chester suffers from writer’s block, he tells Evie Summers that he will begin to write the script only if she succeeds in proving to him that people can fall in love in reality as they depicted in the films.

While trying to overcome this dilemma, Evie keeps falling into ridiculous situations one after the other. Subsequently, the process helps her to start living joyfully and love life the way it is meant to be. Many critics have hailed Rachel as an exciting, fresh voice in the world of women’s fiction. Rachel has also been described as a skillful editor whom her authors love a lot. She is hopeful of keeping up with her reputation and writing exciting novels one after another in the years to come.

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