Rich teenage girls are very curious creatures!
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Tracey Jackson is a screenwriter who has written over fifteen feature films and fourteen television pilots, including The Guru, which was the first ever Hollywood/Bollywood crossover film, The Other End of the Line, and Confessions of a Shopaholic.Tracey is an avid blogger, whose blog Tracey Talks can be read on her website, traceyjacksononline.com. She also contributes to The Huffington Post, The Partnership for a Drug Free Americas Decoder blog, and TinyBuddha.com.
Her first book, Between a Rock and a Hot Place: Why Fifty is Not the New Thirty, takes a comedic look at aging and was published by Harper Collins in February of 2011.
Lucky Ducks explores issues of parenting and adolescence, following Jackson and her teenage daughter from Park Avenue to Mumbai as they attempt to unravel the complex relationship boomer parents have with their over-indulged teens.