Tracey Jackson

Tracey Jackson has spent 25 years as a playwright and screenwriter. She wrote the films Confessions of a Shopaholic, The Guru, and The Other End of the Line, among others. She also has written 12 TV pilots and created the series Babes for FOX TV. Jackson holds the distinction of writing and selling what Script magazine cites as one of the top unproduced screenplays of the 1990s. She also wrote, directed, and starred in the controversial documentary Lucky Ducks.

Jackson's first book, Between a Rock and Hot Place: Why Fifty Is Not the New Thirty, has been optioned for a television movie by Lifetime.

Tracey Jackson blogs three times a week on her own site,, while she also has blogged for the Huffington Post, Society for Drug Free America, Tiny Buddha, and various other sites. She runs the website with Paul Williams, where each day they share their insights and hard-learned lessons.

Jackson has been a guest on Super Soul Sunday with Oprah Winfrey, The Today Show, Good Morning America, CNN, and many local news shows across the country, discussing her work, and women’s issues involving health, emotional stability, aging, and child rearing.

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