The Copywriter's Crucible

Surviving the Vagaries of the Freelance Life

About The Author

P1010071Rachel Rose Belew is an independent multimedia communications professional based in Atlanta, Ga. Her company, Rachel Rose Writing, LLC, specializes in B2C and B2B copywriting, including Web site content, radio and television scripts, brochures, direct mail, newsletters, press releases, and more. She’s also a former TV news anchor and reporter.

Rachel holds a Master’s Degree in Journalism from Columbia University in New York, NY. She’s also a Phi Beta Kappa and Summa Cum Laude graduate of Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, NY, where she earned a Bachelor’s Degree in English-French.

Rachel considers herself a fun-loving creative with a sunny disposition and a bubbly, outgoing personality. She loves meeting new people, networking, sharing ideas, and devouring brownie sundaes. Although she hails from the great State of New York, she’s a wannabe Parisian (she speaks French and adores the French culture), and she’s the proud mother of a Boston Terrier named after Bean town’s most famous ball park, Fenway.

Rachel loves helping her clients express themselves and communicate their companies’ messages through clear, succinct writing. Interested in her copywriting services? Send an e-mail to Or, call (404) 963-1862.


2 Responses to “About The Author”

  1. Alyce said

    Great site…I am also a Journalism grad, and from NY…found my way back to freelance copywriting after many other experiences, so your professional insights have been really helpful!

    I especially appreciate the client relationship insights…I think I’m learning that I’m too “nice.” I landed a big client awhile back and am regretting not having a clear and detailed contract! Any insight into the contract renegotiation process?
    Thanks again. Just wanted to say hi!

    p.s. I was also a dual French major and have the same affinity for les françaises…kind of funny. Just happened to notice that.

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