Rebecca Randolph Buckley
"And as imagination bodies forth, the forms of things unknown, the poet’s pen ... turns them to shapes and gives to airy nothing a local habitation and a name."– William ShakespeareRebecca's vivid imagination, sometimes wild and full of adventure, takes over when she sits down to write fiction. Her characters most times reflect her own life experiences, coupled with her travels around the world: England, France, Belgium, Russia, Spain, Italy, Switzerland, to name a few of her favorites. She can't help letting a few pieces of her own life come into play in her stories, but she successfully reshapes the embodiment to fit her CONTEMPORARY ROMANTIC SUSPENSE and WOMEN'S FICTION novels.For instance: people she meets and observes, places she sees, along with the heartbreak, the sadness, the tragedy, the pain ... and on the flip side ... the happiness, romance, travel, the ultimate feelings of euphoria ... it all culminates and combines in her heart and mind before it hits her fiction desk and is assigned to a character. Rebecca loves developing characters. Portraying a clear picture of each character in her mind and what sets them apart from each other is a regular process for Ms. Buckley. Then comes the story, setting, and the drama that is transported to the reader in the form of a book. From her heart to your eyes.
"I write what I know and experience, which makes it easier to write believable characters caught up in their intertwining plots. All geared to entertain and inspire my readers. I write about real life processes. Through my stories and characters, I hope to not only entertain, but to suggest ways and means of solving dilemmas and heart-felt challenges my readers may possess.
"It's all about relating ... and learning ... while being entertained".
- Rebecca Buckley
"You are invited to email your comments, thoughts and opinions, and please ask questions about writing, editing, publishing, whatever you want, I just might have a good answer. Would love to hear about your writing too. Have a good read!"
Rebecca J. Buckley