Why can't I reach Rachel immediately?

Rachel enjoys connecting with people. Unfortunately, it's just not practical for her to respond to everyone who contacts her. If she did, she couldn't get any writing done! That said, she puts considerable effort into reviewing and engaging in the discussions that happen in the comment sections of her blog articles, on Facebook, and on Twitter. If you're an active participant in those conversations, there's a good chance she'll see what you write even if she doesn't respond directly.


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U.S. media requests:
Sara Broun
email: Sara.Broun@harpercollins.com

International media requests:
Brittany Lassiter
email: Brittany.Lassiter@harpercollins.com

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For publishing-related inquiries including articles and books contact Rachel's literary agent, Rachelle Gardner.


For things like speaking, and other event booking requests:

Jim Chaffee
Chaffee Management

Phone: (615) 300-9699


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