Meaning of the name Rachelle:
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Gender: Female
Usage: English
Rachelle means smart, beautiful, kind, independent, and fun!
my name is rachelle and it means smart,beuatiful and very independent
my friend name is rachelle and she is the best friend you can ever find. and firt of all she loves God
Yea the first one is incorrect (That was a retard who wrote that!) Rachelle means Smart, Beautiful, Nice, and independent!
my name is rachelle and i am awesome my name means that i am a child of god
means that she is the hotties person ever
rachelle is my middle name and i dont think it means annoying
it about smrt,beauty,nice,andindependent
I know a girl called rachel and i really like her it means nice sweet smart indepentint and buetifull.
my moms name is rachelle . my mom sometimes s gets on my neavers but she is a awosme
Michelle - The sad truth is that the book industry is in such a major percoss of change - revolutionary, in fact, sort of like the change from hand scripted to the printing press. My husband is a career bookseller. He's been in the biz for 30 years. He knows books like the back of his hand and is an expert at customer service. He worked for years in an independent bookstore - it closed five years ago as the new e-books and the popularity of Amazon was taking off. He now works for Barnes and Noble. He is in the back - shopping and receiving no less - moving boxes. Some no faces in corporate headquarters call all the shots now. They don't need anyone with my husband's experience on the floor or making marketing decisions. They hire "rear endociates" now - in their 20's - who can look things up on computers and haven't the faintest idea what's on the floor and what's between the covers.All that to say this - agents and publishers are motivated only by the bottom line. The rules of the book selling game has changed. The requirements on us as writers is changed, too.I don't like it, either. Books about regular everyday people don't sell. Bottom line. Now - how can you tell your story a different way. Same story - fictionalized? Re-formatted for sound bit reading (hate that, too).I'm a 19th century literary fan so I'm long winded and take great delight in lengthy prear endages and bunny trails like the masters of that time. But, in this 21st century - you gotta make it quick and painless. Ugh! We might have both been born in the wrong century.My best to you as you CONTINUE ON THE PATH the Lord has placed you in YOUR CALLING. Write! You are a blessing to all of us in Blogworld.And, who knows - perhaps the Lord will give you the next big idea in the writing industry. Pray about what's outside the box - and then hold on when He answers! I'm currently working on the outside the box book writing idea the Lord has given me - uncharted territory for this little lamb. We shall see where the Shepherd leads . . .Glad we're on the journey together, gal!Joy!Kathy
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