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Rachel Thompson

Article posted on Monday, July, 23rd, 2012 at 4:24 pm

Interviewed by Hubert O’Hearn

About the Author:

Rachel Thompson, aka RachelintheOC, is a published author and social media consultant. Her two books, A Walk In The Snark and The Mancode: Exposed are both #1 Kindle bestsellers! When not writing, she helps authors and other professionals with branding and social media for her company, BadRedhead Media. She hates walks in the rain, running out of coffee, and coconut.

 

About the Books:

A Walk in the Snark

“Be forewarned — the material in this book has been called controversial in nature. It is based on the author’s popular blog. There are recurrent themes regarding men and women, love and loss. It’s not ALL funny, but it IS all honest. Can you handle the snark? Rachel believes “Men are from Seinfeld, Women are from Friends,” and so do her legions of fans. She dares to ask “Why do men want to change the world, but can’t change a roll of toilet paper?”

Drawing on her decades (#deargod has it been that long?) of marriage, friendships, and past relationships, Rachel’s specialty is observing male behavior and dissecting it with humor (Shopping is NOT a Verb). Think of her as the Scientist of Snark…without the ugly white lab coat #asif.”

The Mancode: Exposed:

You will either LOVE this controversial book or you will HATE it. If you have no sense of humor, DO NOT BUY IT.”

“I’m over forty. I don’t have a blankie. I have vodka. I’m no ‘ologist.’ I don’t give advice. If that’s what you’re looking for, go buy Dr. Suit And Tie’s book. I write about men, women, sex, & chocolate. My experiences, my truth, my martinis. ”

“*Note: Thompson employs hashtags (i.e., the # sign) in her work. Google it. These are not typos, people #deargod.”

Note from AudibleAuthors: Since this interview was conducted, Ms. Thompson has left Indie Book Collective to left to focus on her own company, BadRedhead Media, and her family.

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2 comments

  • Rachel’s knowledge is almost overwhelming. She is one of the most savvy people in the indie marketplace.

  • Wow, thank you, Joe.

    I guess it comes with the ‘doing and teaching are the highest forms of learning’ that I put into practice each day. I’m not afraid of much when it comes to learning sales and marketing.

    And I think that’s key: always be open to learning from others.

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