Gail Crane lives in Somerset, on beautiful Exmoor, which is the inspiration for many of her short stories.
Her writing career has been fairly eclectic, including articles for magazines, verses for greetings cards and short stories for children. In 2014, she completed a BA degree with Open University, studying creative writing and children's literature. These days she concentrates mainly on writing short stories for women's magazines.
When she is not writing, she volunteers at the Exmoor Pony Centre, home of the charity Moorland Mousie Trust, fund-raising for the iconic rare-breed Exmoor Pony which features in many of her stories. She also volunteers at Dovery Manor Museum in Porlock, a small but vibrant village museum housed in a 15th century manor house.