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Humor Writer of the Month: Rachel Grise

Rachel Grise is an amazing wife and a perfect mother to three impeccable children. She’s idolized by all her friends and considered a woman of great wisdom by most of the parents in the PTO. She is often called charming, sophisticated and lovely. When Rachel is not living in fantasy land, she is writing.

Her work has been published in various journals, blogs and websites, most notably on She also muses on her own blog, Because Because is Not an Answer, and is currently working on a romantic comedy, which so far, has only given her indigestion. Her essay, “The Talk,” won in the local humor category of the Erma Bombeck Writing Competition sponsored by the Washington-Centerville Public Library.

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