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Stacy Xavier

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Based just outside of Chicago, Stacy Xavier is a practicing licensed attorney and motorcycle enthusiast. She earned her law degree from DePaul University College of Law in 2011 and graduated from Valparaiso University in 2005 with a double major in communications and theater. Xavier met her husband of two years while learning to ride a motorcycle and working at a Harley-Davidson dealership between college and law school. For their honeymoon, the couple went to Sturgis and rode to Mount Rushmore and Custer National Park. Xavier is a self-proclaimed dog person who adores animals and loves finding new places to ride.

Average rating: 3.29 · 21 ratings · 3 reviews · 1 distinct work · Similar authors
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So, I'm a terrible blogger, as evidenced by not posting in... um. A few. Years.

It's just not my platform. But, I'd like to try again, so.

I'm still participating in National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) and am one of the co-MLs for the ChiWriMo region, which I love doing.

I'm also part of the Bristol Renaissance Faire, which isn't writing related but is related to creativity and inspiration.

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Stacy Xavier Angela wrote: "Hi Stacy! Nice to meet you. I took a course to get my motorcycle license. It was a mother-daughter thing, but my mom took to it more than I did, lol. And really, I preferred the scooter to the full..."

Hi Angela - Yes! Actually, my husband and I both have Harleys - just little Sportsters but they are fun to ride through the suburbs out here! That is great that you at least gave the motorcycle class a try, and scootering can be fun too. :-) It's a fun way to travel if you like traveling?


Angela Wallace Hi Stacy! Nice to meet you. I took a course to get my motorcycle license. It was a mother-daughter thing, but my mom took to it more than I did, lol. And really, I preferred the scooter to the full out motorcycle. Do you own a bike?


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