Rachel Dunstan Muller

Once upon a time there was a girl who loved stories.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Studio

888 Griffiths Way, Mainland ML12345

TEL: 987.654.3210
EMAIL: info@yoursite.com

Studio

888 Griffiths Way, Mainland ML12345

TEL: 987.654.3210
EMAIL: info@yoursite.com

Bio

Studio

Studio

888 Griffiths Way, Mainland ML12345

TEL: 987.654.3210
EMAIL: info@yoursite.com

888 Griffiths Way, Mainland ML12345

TEL: 987.654.3210
EMAIL: info@yoursite.com

Studio

888 Griffiths Way, Mainland ML12345

TEL: 987.654.3210
EMAIL: info@yoursite.com

Studio

888 Griffiths Way, Mainland ML12345

TEL: 987.654.3210
EMAIL: info@yoursite.com

Studio

888 Griffiths Way, Mainland ML12345

TEL: 987.654.3210
EMAIL: info@yoursite.com

 
 
 
 
 

Studio

Studio

Studio

888 Griffiths Way, Mainland ML12345

TEL: 987.654.3210
EMAIL: info@yoursite.com

888 Griffiths Way, Mainland ML12345

TEL: 987.654.3210
EMAIL: info@yoursite.com

888 Griffiths Way, Mainland ML12345

TEL: 987.654.3210
EMAIL: info@yoursite.com

Bio

Bio

I was two years old in 1973 when my young parents crossed the border into Canada. We didn’t have much in those early days, but we did have a library card and my mother knew how to use it! Books became the magic carpets that carried me to a thousand real and imagined worlds. They made me immeasurably richer and I knew from an early age that I would write and tell stories myself one day.

I studied English and French Literature in university, was a newspaper columnist and worked as a technical writer, but it wasn’t until accompanying my husband on a teaching exchange to Northern Ireland that I took the plunge and started writing fiction. To date I have four trade-published juvenile novels under my belt. My first, When the Curtain Rises, was translated into Swedish and Norwegian.

It was in Northern Ireland that I attended my first adult storytelling event. It took me a few years to discover that there was a vibrant storytelling community in North America as well, but it’s been a central part of my life ever since. I delight in sharing my original stories in schools, libraries, churches, coffee houses, retirement homes, concerts and festivals.

EMAIL: racheldm@shaw.ca

When I'm not reading, writing or performing, I spend as much time as I can exploring the wild spaces around my Vancouver Island home. From my own fir-tree covered yard I've watched owls, eagles, bats, squirrels, rabbits, racoons, deer and a young bear.

Family is also important to me. I was only nineteen when I married my best friend. We're still partners in adventure twenty-eight years later and have four daughters, a son, and three grandchildren.

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