Rebecca has been a freelance writer for fifteen years. Her credits include a variety of local and national magazines. She has also written copy, publications and press releases for corporations, nonprofits and professionals. In addition, she has authored fourteen books in a variety of genres.
An ongoing contributor to BirdChannel.com and Australian BirdKeeper magazine, Rebecca has written about birds and other pets for a variety of national magazines.
The Rumpus, “When Barbara Jean was Missing,” , January 2012
The Rumpus, “What We Lost When We Lost Barbara Jean,” October 2011
Prime Number, “American Falconry,” July 2010
The Coachella Review, “Home For Thanksgiving,” Spring 2010
West Magazine, “Postcard from Above,” December 3, 2006
Los Angeles Times Magazine, “Pantry Check,” November 2005
The author of fourteen books, Rebecca has no plan to stop writing anytime soon. She loves to learn more about the natural world while writing reference books. Rebecca also works hard to help add to the literature available to help pet owners with their birds. Her true love though is writing a good story. Check out her romance novel and her memoir.
The Perfectly Trained Parrot, TFH, 2014
Too Cute: Kittens, Harlequin/Animal Planet, 2013
Too Cute: Puppes, Harlequin/Animal Planet, 2013
Lories & Lorikeets, TFH, 2011
Finches, TFH 2010
Lift, Red Hen Press, 2009
A Parrot for Life: Raising and Training the Perfect Parrot Companion, TFH Publications, January 2007
How Should the World Respond to Natural Disasters?, Greenhaven Press, 2006 (Editor)
Is There Life After Death, Greenhaven Press, 2005 (Editor)
Uniquely Nevada, Heinemann Library, 2005
Acid Rain, Lucent 2004
Endangered Animals & Habitats Frogs & Toads, Lucent 2003
Falcon’s Return, Avalon Books 2002
Endangered Animals & Habitats Owls, Lucent 2002