Award-winning author Rachel Jones is a Labor & Delivery RN by night and a writer by day. A clarinetist for fifty-four years, Rachel holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music Education from Berry College and taught music in public and privates schools for ten years. Changing her career path in 1991, she received her Associate of Applied Science degree in Nursing from Kennesaw State University. For the past twenty-seven years, she has cared for high-risk OB and laboring patients in the hospital setting.

Rachel’s love of reading romance novels prompted her at age fifty-seven to write her first contemporary romance manuscript. She loves composing stories about strong women and sweet romance. Her books reflect her love of the performing arts and a twenty-seven-year career in healthcare has influenced the threads of medical drama woven into her storylines.

When she’s not writing or working, Rachel loves traveling, sewing and the music enthusiast in her still believes in practicing her clarinet and piano. She lives in Kennesaw, Georgia with her husband of thirty-nine years. They have three grown children and one spoiled Labrador retriever. Rachel is a member of Georgia Romance Writers, Georgia Writers Association, Heart of Dixie Romance Writers, and is a PAN member of Romance Writers of America.



4 thoughts on “About Rachel

  1. Sandra Mackey says:

    Rachel, Rachel, Rachel!!!! I had no idea until now that you were such a prolific and published writer!! That’s something we share in common. God bless you in all you do!
    Sandra Mackey


    1. Rachel Jones says:

      Hi Cindy,
      So nice to meet you. We love Nashville! Our daughter attended Lipscomb University and
      we spent four years visiting your beautiful state.
      I checked out your projects and would like to read Left Hanging.
      Is it published? I looked on Amazon, but couldn’t find it.


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