Local paramedic turns international author
Rebekah Honeycutt has many titles: mother, paramedic, student, but has recently acquired a new label: author.
After self-publishing her first book, "Sapphire Eyes: The Secret Society of Magical Medics," Honeycutt became an international author by selling her novel in six countries within the first month. She takes readers on a journey through the world of Emergency Medical Services, while adding a twist of mystical finesse.
Honeycutt began her career in emergency services as a volunteer firefighter, and then worked her way through college to obtain the credentials of a paramedic. She is now working on a degree in American sign language- interpreter education where she plans to not only become an interpreter, but to also educate emergency providers about deaf culture and American sign ...