Rayzel Reich

Rayzel Reich

Rayzel Reich is a freelance writer who was raised in the wilds of Lakewood, NJ. Early influences included Mozart, Winnie the Pooh, and the little old lady who ate cantaloupe because she couldn’t sleep.  She currently resides on her ranch in lakewood, with her two dogs, three cats, and pet computer (the mouse left). Rayzel’s aspirations include setting Guinness records for “staying up til six am most nights in a row” and “getting into most car accidents that really weren’t her fault”. In her spare time she plays the oboe and brushes her teeth.

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