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Rhia R. Drouillard
Forks, Washington, United States


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Rhia R. Drouillard grew up in Eastern Oregon but with strong ties to her German/PA Dutch ancestry. She moved to Washington State in the early 1990's. However, she claims she never felt as at home as she does since relocating to the beautiful Western Washington coast.

Rhia recently finished her first children's book and is working on the second book of the trilogy. An accomplished photographer, she is expanding her photographic portfolio in preparation for her first art book which will showcase her scenic photographs. She said to expect several showings and book signings which will be scheduled with the release tour, sometime late in 2013.

Rhia says she loves to experience new things in life. Her next adventure is to build her own, Tumbleweed home (an 18', two-story house on wheels). She says this will allow her to spend a reasonable amount of time in each area she photographs. She expects to do a year-long photographic expedition in Alaska within the next five years.

She currently lives in Forks, WA (of the Twilight series fame) with her service dog, Kodi. Rhia has four grown children and 2.5 grandchildren.

Interests: Cars, nature walks, rock hounding, fishing, flying, camping, mushroom hunting, berry picking, canning and dehydrating foods.

Published writer: Yes

Freelance: Yes


Published works:


  • Evil Quest for Exclusive Love
  • The Dream
  • Nonfiction

  • Bonney says buffalo much in demand
  • Ten Reasons to Submit to Small Press Magazines
  • Is This The End for IBM/Sears?
  • 7 Steps to a Presentation Package That Sells
  • Rejection Perspective
  • Safety Considerations for Writers
  • Unconventional Interview
  • Internet In a Box
  • Making Your Bird Happy
  • Backup the Backup Copy or the Backup?
  • Ryan Davis, Faculty Profile
  • When God Drives the Car
  • Dealing With the Divorcing
  • Looking Through the Gift Prism
  • Ninth Annual International Discovery Walk Festival
  • New Tricks for Old Dogs (working title, article)
  • Making your business modem accessible
  • Cover & Query Letters Important Writing Tools
  • Untitled
  • Go With the Flow...Of Music That Is
  • From Where Do YOU Gather Inspiration?
  • internet World, A Magazine Review
  • Conservation plans prepared
  • Brusman has howling good time
  • Targeting Markets?
  • Peacocks raised by Rice
  • No Place To Call Our Own
  • Breeding Zebra Finches
  • Working Together
  • Trapper Hendrickson finds it's tough job
  • Mr. Graybell's Stereoscope
  • For The Love Of Garlic
  • Modem Magic, Getting You Started
  • Coverage Skewed
  • Networking Builds Confidence
  • Rosie Sims: Clark's first African American paralegal graduate
  • Dealing With the Divorcing
  • The Devil's Scarry Game
  • Editor's Korner
  • Vancouver's Pizza Italiana is a labor of love with extra cheese
  • New Trick for Old Dogs (working title)
  • Anna Bee Farm growing business
  • Life in the city wasn't for her
  • Odman hogs, sheep place well at shows
  • Electronic Bulletin Board Gold Mine
  • Antelope round-up conducted
  • Women, horse team to win money
  • Where To Gather Your Inspiration
  • Rough summer seen without moisture
  • At ease around horses
  • New arrival
  • Making Your Business Accessable
  • Baby Mouse
  • My Worst Rejection
  • Fertilizer applied
  • Finches, The Personality Birds
  • Wet weather delays Cunningham shearing
  • Family makes bagger pay
  • Horse boarders not bored
  • Athletes of the Month for April
  • Dave Kosloski, Feature
  • The Devil's Sorry Game
  • Editor's Korner
  • Personality Profile: Jan Wilson
  • New Church Opens
  • New Trick for Old Dogs (working title)
  • Could Something be Lurking in the Dark?
  • Raisin' buffalo!
  • Holiday Deception
  • Hazel Murphy sells birds to farmers
  • Arrican American holiday uses Symbols in celebration
  • Cookie Tree branches out more than once
  • Doll collector Davis never out-grew them
  • Branding family event at ranch
  • Surfing the Internet
  • Rejection
  • Modem Magic, How to Avoid the Flames
  • Writers' Magazine Now Published in Vancouver
  • Bork's new business no cinch this time
  • Computers used by ag class
  • From Writers to Editor
  • API Members Turning Photos Into Money
  • Anderson patient with horses
  • A good attitude and a fresh mind
  • Test Your Knowledge of Manuscript Format
  • It's a cinch!
  • Obesity linked to blaming others for obesity
  • Should You Resist God's Call to Serve?
  • The Pursuit of Happiness
  • Reprint: Baby Mouse!
  • College education is not just for the recent grad
  • Faculty Profile: Dr. John Lundy
  • Lopez in horse business 15 years
  • Tools of the trade--You Have the Tools to Re-Market
  • Grotto celebrates season's spirituality
  • Eastern Oregon rancher donates Arabians to aid community
  • Plowing Ahead
  • Raising buffaloes has advantages
  • Do You Have What It Takes To Be a Writer?
  • Coming Out of the Closet
  • People Watching Time