Rebecca spent the first half of her life writing for others; now she’s pursuing her own passions and strengthening her own voice. A freelancer based in Houston, Rebecca loves to discover new places and new people, then delve into the stories that make them so interesting.
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Only the Stones Remain
A hand-built monument to Te-lah-nay, a Yuchi woman who defied displacement, shows Rebecca Deurlein how heroism grows, step by step and stone by stone.
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About the Journalist
Rebecca Deurlein enjoys traveling, wining, and dining, which she balances with a commitment to fitness, health, and well-being. You’ll find her stories in Travel & Leisure, Fodor’s, Atlas Obscura, Better Homes and Gardens, HuffPost, Good Grit, and several Houston publications. She’s the author of the nonfiction parenting book Teenagers 101 (Harper Collins), published internationally, and has been featured in Psychology Today, parenting blogs, and podcasts.
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