Friday, September 4, 2020

#WomenInSciFi Featuring Rebekah Wagner



Who is Rebekah Wagner?

Rebekah was born and raised in Thomasville, North Carolina where she currently resides. She graduated from East Davidson High School in 2012 and published her first book two years later at the age of 20. She writes from the heart, to entertain others and to show people that even though you may have a disability you can still live your dreams, you just have to work for it and really want it.

What is her Sci-Fi Contribution?


After losing her grandmother who was also her best friend, Tori distances herself from everyone she knows and falls into a deep, dark place—losing control of her life with no idea on how to get it back on track. With the gift of being able to visit heaven and the guidance of her nanny, she is able to get back on track with her life and even find love.

What else would Rebekah like you to know?


  1. It's lovely to "meet" you, Rebekah. Visiting Heaven sounds like an interesting read.
    Jazz, thanks so much for showcasing women in sci-fi!

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  2. I often refer to my grandmother as my best friend, too. (She's 102 and the spunkiest person I know.) So, as you might imagine, this blurb really appealed to me. Best wishes with the novel. And with the award!

  3. It's fantastic to learn about you Rebekah. I will definitely spread awareness on my Twitter and my page. :)

  4. Thank you guys, I didn't win the Academy Award but making it two rounds was an honor. I am now in the running for a Global Community Award so wish me luck. This book means so much to me, I never imagined it would be as big as it is.