Tracey's novels feature military veterans and first responders in crisis (and romance) mode. She also dabbles in music, video and taiko drumming.
Tracey Cramer-Kelly is an author and singer/musician. Her work fuses writing, music and visual imagery and includes novels, short stories, essays and music videos.
Two of her novels, Last Chance Rescue and True Surrender, are Indie Book Awards Finalists. True Surrender also won a Gold Medal from the Military Writers Society of America.
Music videos include "The Rose (Surrender Version)," which tells the story of True Surrender (the novel), and "Cool Rider," a rock-n-roll video featuring Tracey as a biker chick (which she really is).
Tracey's writing draws from her experience as an Army Reserve paramedic and exposure to helicopter medivac. She obtained her helicopter pilot license in 2001. She owns a motorcycle accessories business and lives in small-town Minnesota with her husband and two young children.
Gold Medal, Military Writers Society of America (True Surrender)
Indie Award Finalist, 2012 (True Surrender)
Indie Award Finalist, 2009 (Last Chance Rescue)
Published in anthologies "Press Pause Now" and "For Daddy With Love" (2010)