Life is about the chase . . .

Rachelle Chase

Rachelle Chase lives those words. From learning to ride a motorcycle and joining a motorcycle club to quitting her job and moving to South America, from majoring in biology in college to working as a claims adjuster, programmer analyst, owner of a multicultural software products business, a model, and a business analyst, she believes in chasing her dreams and goals until she attains them—or they change.

One thing that has never changed is her love of books. In 2005, her love reading books turned into a love of writing them with her first publication, “Out of Control”, a novella in SECRETS VOLUME 13. “Out of Control” later appeared in ON WRITING ROMANCE, published by Writer’s Digest Books, to illustrate how to effectively heighten sexual tension in a romance book.

Nine of her romance books and novellas have been published – including her latest, HOT DREAMS. Her first nonfiction book, LOST BUXTON, was released January 9, 2017.

In addition to being a nonfiction and romance author, Rachelle is currently a business analyst, speaker, and model who’s appeared on national television – CBS, as well as “The Morning Show with Mike and Juliet” – plus local and national radio shows, including Iowa Public Radio, KBIZ “Mid-Morning Magazine with Mike Buchanan,”’s “Writers’ Voices,” “Playboy Radio,” the “Hip-Hop Connection,” and the “Jordan Rich Show.”

As a speaker, Rachelle’s presentations include: “How to Get Published by Accident,” “Aggressive Promotion for Penny Pinchers,” “Making the Mundane Erotic,” “Giving Your Readers Good Sex: 10 Ingredients for a Satisfying Love Scene,” and most recently, “Buxton, Iowa: A Coal Mining Town Ahead of Its Time.”

Rachelle has also hosted two live talk shows, “ Talk Radio,” which featured popular guests speaking about dating, relationships, parenting, and more, plus “Chatting with Chase,” in which she interviewed best-selling authors.

She also founded and co-sponsored the “Chase the Dream” contest for writers with author Leigh Michaels, and frequently offers other fun contests, including the “Finding Derek Contest,” an online contest that featured hunky guys competing for the role of Derek, the hero in her first romance novel.

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