With Freedom Autosport Mazda driver Tom Long.

Beth Dolgner started writing short stories at a young age, but it was her volunteer work in the media center at the 12 Hours of Sebring each year that convinced her to be a writer.

The sports car race was an annual ritual for Beth and her family, and growing up at Sebring International Raceway fueled Beth’s interest in sports car racing. After she graduated from Florida Atlantic University, Beth got a job as Public Relations Coordinator at Road Atlanta, a race track in North Georgia.

Later, Beth decided to go into business for herself as a freelance writer, journalist and public relations representative. She continued to work in motorsports, but also branched out to work with local businesses.

Aboard the Sirens SV650 at Summit Point Raceway.

A motorcycle rider since the age of 12, Beth fell in love with motorcycle roadracing while at Road Atlanta. She became a racer herself, competing primarily in the WERA National Endurance Series as rider and owner of the team Sirens. Although she is now retired from racing, her involvement in the motorcycle industry has continued to grow. She is best known as the editor of the now-defunct 2Wheel Tuner magazine, and continues to work with a lot of companies and publications in the motorcycle industry. Links to some of Beth’s published work can be found on the Samples page.

Beth is also an author. Her first book, Georgia Spirits and Specters, is a collection of Georgia ghost stories. Her second book, Everyday Voodoo, debuted in May of 2010. Both were published by Schiffer Publishing. Beth’s first paranormal romance, Ghost of a Threat, debuted in October of 2011 from Redglare Press. It was the first of the Betty Boo, Ghost Hunter series.

In her free time, Beth enjoys traveling, sewing and riding motorcycles. She and her husband Ed live in Atlanta, Georgia, with their five cats.