Tracy Nicole is more than just an author, she’s a woman, a mother, an entrepreneur, an activist and a breast cancer survivor. The inspiration for her first novel, Who Said Peaches Were Perfect?, came from a maternal place. “I have two daughters and although they’re young, they’re growing up in a time when there are so many challenges with young girls,” she says.

As an entrepreneur, Tracy has been highlighted in various local and national publications including Essence, Lucky Magazine, Paper City, Jezebel and Atlanta Style. She takes the time to serve various philanthropic causes including Our House, a homeless program for women and children, and Seeds of Love, a program that benefits children living in shelters and foster homes.

Tracy currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia, with her daughters, Kennedy and Kristian. For more information, please go to www.tracy-nicole.com. To visit Tracy’s breast cancer survivor blog, go to http://beneaththepetals.blogspot.com/.