"Who Said Peaches Were Perfect?"

New author, Tracy Nicole tells a tale about love in the contemporary south.

Atlanta, GA - Successful fashion entrepreneur, speaker and youth mentor, Tracy Nicole, has always been a writer. Over the years Ms. Nicole has helped many young women learn to follow their dreams. It had always been a dream of hers to write a novel that would change her life and effect change in the lives of those who would read her recent book, "Who Said Peaches Were Perfect?" On February 28, 2010 from 5p to 8p, Ms. Nicole will conduct a reading and will sign books at RARE Soul Tapas in Atlanta, GA.

"The experience and support in writing this novel has been overwhelming. I am so pleased with the outcome of this book and what it represents. I hope my readers will feel the same" says Ms. Nicole.

Ms. Nicole was the owner of the trendy and extremely popular Atlanta boutique, which carried her name, "Tracy Nicole". She has been featured in national magazines such as Essence, Upscale and Lucky. After introducing some of the hottest trends to many Atlanta celebrities like Chili and T-Boz of TLC and Keshia Knight-Pulliam to name a few she started her blog "Fashionably Write" and regained her love for writing. "I was taken over by my passion for writing" says Nicole. "I couldn't stop once I began". Slowly her passion for her boutique began to wane, and she had to make some decisions on her next move.

"As women, we sometimes feel that we can't make changes due to circumstances that we face" says Nicole. "Sometimes the very thing we need is change, a re-invention of ourselves." That's just what Ms. Nicole did. She has recently been sought after as a speaker at highly attended events like "ESSENCE Young Women's Leadership" tours focusing on helping young women become more powerful as they go after their dreams with passion.

"Who Said Peaches Were Perfect" by Tracy Nicole can be ordered online at www.tracy-nicole.com and will soon be available in major retail outlets nationwide.