About Rebecca Whitecotton
Child of Mine, Know This
Santa’s Greatest Gift
And coming soon:
Pull Yourself Together: A True Story of Spiritual Heartbreak, Alternate Realities, and Dimensional Wholeness
With Pull Yourself Together, Rebecca Whitecotton adds interdimensional traveler to her list of job titles, which have included include reporter, editor, children’s book author, band booster president, mom, optimist, graphic designer, and chauffeur. Rebecca currently works as the communications and marketing coordinator for Unity of Fairfax, a New Thought spiritual community in Virginia.
Rebecca’s award-winning spiritual children’s book, Child of Mine, Know This, was hailed by Neale Donald Walsch as “the single most imaginative children’s book to come along in ages.” Children of the New Earthmagazine gave it their Award of Excellence, it was a finalist in the Coalition of Visionary Retailers Awards, and Light of Consciousnessmagazine called it “A hallmark book in an age of emerging global consciousness.” Rebecca’s second children’s book spilled the beans about Santa Claus in Santa’s Greatest Gift, which is now available as a free ebook. One of Rebecca’s favorite moments was when her son discovered Santa’s Greatest Gift in the top 50 free children’s downloads in iBooks while he was looking for something to read.
With a bachelor’s in journalism from Northwestern University and a master’s in sociology of religion from the University of New Mexico, Rebecca loves to think and write about spirituality, philosophy, meditation, and quantum physics. Now that her kids are in college and don’t need her as much, she has set her sights on being a modern-day philosopher—a wanna-be Socrates sitting on the digital steps of the internet Parthenon, throwing out ideas about the nature of reality.
Rebecca has lived a nomadic life, living in 15 houses in 6 states in 26 years thanks to the Air Force career of her husband Randy. She and Randy have been blessed with the love and joy of their two children, Ethan and Alison.