Rebel Sinclair is the author of several books, magazine articles, short stories, and other works of both fiction and
non-fiction. She has been featured in the Telly Award winning Southern Haunts by Skydive Films, WTMA's Radio
Free with Rocky D, Charleston City Paper, and Joshua P. Warren's paranormal radio show
Speaking of Strange in
Asheville, NC.

Rebel is a professional storyteller and tour guide for Black Cat Tours and Old South Carriage Company in
downtown Charleston, SC and is also a group speaker on matters of piracy and the supernatural. She is a
contributor to
Charleston Gateway magazine and has acted in as well as managed stage and screen productions.
She currently lives in Charleston with her cat, Edgar, and encourages feedback from her readers. Rebel
welcomes all types of freelance writing and acting opportunities. She also is a skilled airbrush artist who can be
commissioned for murals and band artwork.

Rebel Sinclair was born in Steilacoom, WA and spent her childhood in the upper Midwest outside of Superior, WI.
Her first literary achievement was a grade school poem about Valentine's Day and she has continued mostly in the
vein of romance ever since. As a teen, her favorite authors were Julie Garwood, Amanda Quick, and Kathleen
Woodiwiss, enjoying fast-paced plots with strong heroes and heroines. She has also been a lifelong fan of gothic
literature, such as the works of Anne Rice and Edgar Allan Poe.

After graduating high school she did a brief stint at the University of Minnesota-Duluth before leaving college in
favor of the school of life. She resided in Duluth, MN for the next several years, writing late in the evenings by
hand. She has been a licensed and experienced motorcyclist since age 16 and has been a PADI certified scuba
diver since 2000.Her favorite periods of world history are the Golden Age of Piracy, the American Revolution, and
Medieval Europe, but she is also intruiged by the antebellum and Civil War periods in America, as well as western
expansion and Prohibition. She currently has manuscripts in various stages of completion set in each of these
eras. She hopes to publish her antebellum novel
Forbidden or her western-themed piece Cheyenne Dreams
sometime in the near future.

Her dream is to one day have a pirate ship in the Caribbean.