Tracy McMillan is a television writer whose credits include "Mad Men, United States of Tara, Life on Mars, "and" Necessary Roughness." She's the author of a memoir, "I Love You and I'm Leaving You Anyway." She lives in Los Angeles and is the mother of a fifteen-year-old son.
"Very wise . . . Give this book to every single girlfriend [you] have."--"Marie Claire" "Hilariously irreverant . . . a shrewd guide to relationships.""--Elle"" " "Turns the stereotype of the find-a-man book on its booty."--Minneapolis "Star Tribune"""Why You're Not Married . . . Yet" is funny, smart, and so, so true. Equal parts BFF, boot-camp instructor, and relationship guru, Tracy McMillan will change the way you think about yourself and your relationships. This book is for every woman out there who wants to have a great marriage."--Ricki Lake "Tracy McMillan is a hero and visionary. Through her book I realized about myself things people I pay a lot of money have been trying to tell me for years: that I'm a bitch, a slut, a mess, and that I hate myself. She gives solutions on how to heal, grow, and get what you want in life in a funny, inspiring, personal and very rare way. This book is an empowering way to take control of your life and become the person you want to be. So basically, she shows you how to be the opposite of me."--Actress and comedian Whitney Cummings "As someone who has been married for twelve years, I love to give advice to my single girlfriends. Now, thanks to having read this book, I'm actually qualified to give it."--Heather McDonald, regular on "Chelsea Lately" and bestselling author of "You'll Never Blue Ball in This Town Again"