Rebecca's roots stretch across the Atlantic Ocean to England, where her maternal great-grandmother, Sarah Morton, was a proud Roma gypsy. Rebecca credits much of her own creative passions for travelling, writing, and all things historical and spiritual, with her Gypsy heritage.
And much like a gypsy herself, Rebecca spent many years moving from place to place across Canada with her radio career, finally settling down in beautiful Prince Edward Island, Canada, where she voices radio and television commercials from a home studio.
Her most recent novel, "To Love A Redcoat", is set in Boston on the eve of the American revolution. Rebecca is working on two more historical fiction novels; "The Sea Captain's Daughter", which takes place in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island during the visit of the Fathers of Confederation in 1864; and "Henry Ryan", set in historic United Empire Loyalist Country at the start of the 19th century.