Grae McTavish

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Grae McTavish has always had a very active imagination that sometimes got her into trouble growing up. As she grew older and times got tough as they often do, her imagination became her escape. As a voracious reader, the natural progression was to put that imagination into writing. 

Growing up around bikers, she learned that even though some might be rough around the edges, they are almost all good at heart. It was impossible to resist adding some of that rowdiness into her writing. 

She works full-time, but writing is her true passion; she has no desire to climb the corporate ladder. She hopes to one day write full-time.

She is married to her own sexy biker who inspires her wicked imagination every day. Her two wonderful children keep her rounded and grounded. Add into that mix a crazy beagle and a temperamental black cat, and life is complete.

Q: Why do you write?

A: Writing is my dream job, and I can’t remember a time when I didn’t want to be a writer. Even when life gets crazy, I still have a story running in my head. I’ve always had a very active imagination and writing gives me an outlet.


Q: What do you do when you’re not writing?

A: Life is always busy for me. I work full-time plus I have a very busy family. Between everything, my life is never dull. 


Q: What do you hope readers get from your stories?

A: My life is crazy, as I’ve already said. Reading gives me an escape, always has. When times were tough, reading gave me the happiness and escape I desperately needed. I hope to bring the same escape and happiness my favorite writers brought me.


Q: How often do you write?

A: I try and write a little something every day. Sometimes it’s just story ideas scribbled on the back of a receipt, but it’s always there going on in the back of my head.


Q: Where do you get your ideas?

A: Everywhere. Sometimes the littlest thing will trigger an entire story line. For example, if I see nice motorcycle, I imagine what the rider might look like. Does he have dark or light hair? Is he big or small. Or is it a woman? Why is she riding?


Q: You often write about women riding motorcycles. Do you ride?

A: Yes! I love the feeling I get when riding. It’s so freeing. I grew up around motorcycles, and all the men in my family have always ridden. I’m the first female though, and I love that!


Q: Besides writing, what do you do to relax?

A: I love yoga. It’s great for the mind and body. When I’ve had a really tough day, stepping onto the mat makes all the difference in the world.

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