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Schaech has written co-written a number of screenplays with Richard Chizmar, including Heroes (2002), Road House 2 (Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, 2006), based on a story by Miles Chapman, Masters of Horror The Washingtonians (Showtime, 2007), based on a story by Bentley Little and The Poker Club, based on the story by Ed Gorman.
Schaech and Chizmar have also co-written screenplays based on stories by Peter Crowther: Fear Itself: Eater (NBC/AXN Sci Fi, 2009); Lewis Shiner: Fear Itself: The Circle (NBC/AXN Sci Fi, 2009); and Stephen King: From A Buick 8 (in production 2009) and Black House (in production 2009).
Country music producer Scott Hendricks produced the majority of the record.
In April 2011, Kramer released another promo track, titled "Whiskey", which she also performed on One Tree Hill.
In March 2012, Kramer announced she would not appear regularly in the show's ninth and final season in order to pursue her music career.
Kramer made her final appearance in the second episode of the ninth season, "In the Room Where You Sleep", which aired on January 18, 2012.
The following year Kramer guest appeared on All My Children, which marked Kramer's television debut.
Kramer has since continued to appear in a number of television shows such as CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Grey's Anatomy, Private Practice and CSI: NY.
Kramer played the role of a sorority girl who seduces the character Turtle (Jerry Ferrara), and appeared in four episodes.The song reached number 75 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart.The following month Kramer began work on her debut album.She has also had small supporting roles in films such as Return of the Living Dead: Necropolis, Click, Prom Night, Heart of the Country, Country Crush, and Spring Breakdown.In 2007, Kramer appeared in a recurring role on the NBC sports drama television series Friday Night Lights.