Bio of Rebecca T. Dickinson

Writing makes something of you whether you write in a journal or you write masterful books.

A Word or More has changed from writing about writing and economic struggles to life in general and experiences many people live.  I am a mom of a seven-year-old with autism, and a two-and-a-half-year-old daughter.

I have worked as a journalist in North Carolina. I also did some freelance writing back in the day.  Most of my writing includes YA, contemporary, and historical fiction. I write nonfiction and memoir. Thirteen of my creative works have been published.

You may also visit my author’s page on Amazon or on Twitter @RebeccaDickins2.

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23 thoughts on “Bio of Rebecca T. Dickinson

  1. First, I wanted to thank you for visiting my blog. It has given me the opportunity to visit your site and to explore — kind of like crossing that bridge.

    1. Thank you for coming by my site. I appreciate it! I think it is important for support. I enjoyed your blog! Thanks again, and I hope you will come back.

  2. I just want to say that you’ve got a wonderful blog =) You’re pretty much living the life I want to live someday — editing, writing, reading. I hope your book does incredibly well and I can’t wait to read it someday!

    1. Thank you very much! I’m so happy you like it! It takes support, and it is not without challenges and constantly trying. There is so much great work out there that I’m always impressed by other work. Thank you for your kind words, and I hope you are also a great success! 🙂

  3. Always happy to stumble upon a new writing blog. Thanks for visiting mine. Apparently we both have good taste (same WordPress theme!) Good luck with your work-in-progress!

    1. Thank you very much! I enjoy reading what other writers have to say. There are a lot of good ideas and pieces of advice out there. Good luck with your endeavors also!

    1. Thank you so much for all of your support, Craig! I have always enjoyed your stories whenever you send them, as well as when you tell what inspired you to write them.

    1. I appreciate you for coming to visit my page. In the history of literature, Dickinson, Dickens and Dickson weave a common literary line. When I was younger, I thought about dropping my last name completely so I wouldn’t be compared to Emily Dickinson, but an editor convinced to keep it and add my middle initial.

  4. Hi Rebecca,
    May I send you a copy of my book for a possible book review? If so would you prefer the kindle edition, the nook or a paperback? You will be my first reviewer…. 🙂
    Thanks, Craig

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