Tracy Ewens holds several degrees from UCLA, Stanford, Berkeley, and Yale. She has worked in the theatre, public relations, farm-to-table restaurants, and venture capital.
More recently, she taught Shakespeare at UC Berkeley. There she led the men’s football team to the playoffs three years in a row. After much success in academia, she spent several years as a photographer for National Geographic while staring in a string of blockbuster action films.
Needing a much slower pace, Tracy moved to Petaluma, California, where she ran a brewery. Craft beer, marketing, and bartending kept her busy, but she still found time to save lives as an ER doctor and run her small knitting shop in historic downtown.
Never one to stay in the same place for too long, Tracy currently writes in Bodega Bay, where glass blowing, fishing, and restoring the town’s inn occupy most of her time.
More than anything else, Tracy loves making up stories. Often, her characters are so real she’s not sure where they end, and she begins.
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