Rachael juggles working as an author, coach and freelance writer with the aid of quite a lot of tea. She and her partner (also a writer) live by the seaside in the North West of England with their six children. "
"She is the author of Wildflower Bay, Coming Up Roses and Sealed With a Kiss.
Bestselling author Rachael Lucas tells us how both her own and her daughter's autism diagnosis inspired her story of a teenage girl with Asperger's, The State of Grace.
Macmillan Children’s Books acquires World Rights in astonishing new teen novel, The State of Grace by Rachael Lucas.
Rachael Lucas is an author, freelance writer, coach and gardening enthusiast. Her latest book Coming Up Roses is blooming with humour, romance and of course gardening. Check out Rachael's top gardening tips for gardens of any size.
Rachael Lucas is a mother, gardener, coveter of beautiful things, outgoing introvert, reader, bed lover, early morning riser, night owl and a sleep deprived mass of contradictions
@SueRap_Art I'm still in holiday mode over here... moving very slowly after a night with a snuffly pup in our bedroom! Zzzz.
by @karamina - 15 hours ago
@katmckenna_ You need to come back! Your adoptive family has grown!
rachaellucaswriter - yesterday
Instagram, meet Martha. We got home from Bulgaria last night, and drove up the coast to collect her first thing this morning as she's nine weeks now and ready to leave her mum. She's 7/8 working springer, 1/8 working cocker, she's full of bounce and curiosity and everyone loves her already. 🐶❤️ (also you can follow her and her big sister at @mabelandmartha_ if you like dog photos!)
Meet Martha, newest member of the family. She's nine weeks old and has the longest eyelashes ever.
rachaellucaswriter - 2 days ago
It troubles me to post this, because all those squishy bananas make me feel quite alarmed. Does anyone actually eat a 15?
rachaellucaswriter - 3 days ago
Last day by the pool, and I'm only halfway through the third Game of Thrones book. D'you think extending my holiday until I finish reading them all would be reasonable?
rachaellucaswriter - 14 days ago
I take a break from online stuff every summer so I can read without checking what's happening on the internet every three seconds. (I have the concentration span of a spaniel.) Back soon! xxx
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