Multiple Listings

Tracy McMillan (Author)
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Product Details

Gallery Books
Publish Date
December 06, 2016
5.2 X 1.0 X 8.2 inches | 0.6 pounds
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About the Author

Tracy McMillan is an author, television writer, and relationship expert. She's known for the 2011 viral blog post Why You're Not Married, which for two years was the most-viewed article on Huffington Post, and is the fourth most-read post of all time. She also wrote a book based on the piece, Why You're Not Married ... Yet. Her screenwriting credits include Mad Men, Necessary Roughness, Life on Mars, and The United States of Tara. She won the 2010 Writers Guild of America Awards for Dramatic Series for Mad Men, along with other writers of the series.


"Tracy McMillan brings her trademark blend of sassiness and compassion to Multiple Listings, finding both hilarity and wisdom in unlikely places. McMillan's sparkling wit, gimlet eye for detail and large, generous heart infuse the pages of her wonderful and compulsively readable new novel. You won't be able to put it down!"--Jillian Lauren, New York Times bestselling author of SOME GIRLS and EVERYTHING YOU EVER WANTED
"Multiple Listings will make you cry both from laughing hysterically and pulling on your heartstrings with its beautiful message about what really makes a house a home. A must-read!"--Eva Longoria
"McMillan brings readers hard choices, dysfunctional families, love and laughter, all rolled into one superb novel."--RT Book Reviews, four-star review
"Multiple Listings is a compelling page-turner that leaves the reader at once satisfied and curious."--Chicago Tribune
"Heartfelt and hilarious."--InTouch Magazine, A- review
"Tracy McMillan delivers a breezy tale of second chances."--US Weekly
"McMillan's debut novel is a fun read, thanks to the conversational, fluid voice of Nicki, which is successfully sustained throughout."--Publishers Weekly