Tracey L. Dragon is a native Western New Yorker who resides in Florida with her husband Bill and their Miniature Goldendoodle. She currently writes dual-time romance novels and children’s books.
Tracey developed a love for reading and writing at an early age. Her first publication came at the age of twelve when the poem she wrote about the Apollo moon landing was published in her local hometown newspaper.
Her time spent as a military wife gave her an appreciation for those who serve in the armed services and provided her with many rich experiences to draw from when writing. Now after seven military moves, raising two Military Brats, and twenty years teaching troubled youth, she is able to put her attention to writing and publishing the children’s stories and historical romance novels she’s written over the years as a hobby.
Her debut romance novel Cherished Wings was released in paperback and ebook by Soul Mate Publishing during the summer of 2018. Cherished Wings, (Fran's Story) Book One in her Return to the Home Front series was followed by Book Two - When the Geese Fly North (Amy's Story) released during the autumn of 2018. Both books are dual-time romances that begin in the present but weave in and out of the 1940’s—a time where love and war were not compatible. Characters from both the past and present have served in the military. Tracey has completed Book 3 - When Love Simply Is (Travis's Story) to be released next year and is currently writing Book 4 of the series.
Tracey is a certified high school English teacher, a member of Romance Writer’s of America, the Florida Authors & Publishers Assn, and Florida Writer’s Assn. She earned the Region II 2002 Juvenile Justice Teacher of the Year Award along with the Florida Literacy Coalition-Mary J. Brogan Leadership Award. Her novel
Cherished Wings was a finalist in the RWA Chapter: Romance through the Ages-- Hearts through History Contest. Tracey has also published a series of children’s books entitled The Military Brat Series.
You can connect with Tracey at Tracey L. Dragon on Facebook.