Tracey L. McCormick was born in Sanford, NC in 1970.
Raised by her grandmother, she was taught to take value in every aspect of life and to never compromise her morals, values, or beliefs. She's often described as being mild mannered and easy going, yet she loves having fun and sharing laughter.
Tracey's interest in writing developed at an early age, but because it was something she simply enjoyed, it was considered a hobby and nothing more. However, her gift was noticed by others and she was often asked to "put something together" or "look over this for me" by friends and family. She writes poetry also. A few of her titles can be viewed on Poetry.com, which where also selected to be a part of their printed series, "Immortal Verses". Some years ago she started writing a book and had written up to 48 pages, but the story came to a standstill, so she laid it down. Now that she's gotten her feet wet by having her first published book, it is certain that the story will continue.....keep your eyes opened!
Her inspiration for "Life at Sunrise" was conceived by the day to day observation of people. She found it interesting how some people were just "too" serious...allowing even the most mundane issues to become big problems or distractions in their lives. This would often result with them being angry, stressed, depressed, frustrated, and irritated. So, because of that she set out to create and deliver a message that "things are never as bad as they seem, so just relax" and "there's no need in being upset about something, if you can't do anything about it". Bottomline, we have to take charge, and take control of our own lives. She delivers her message in such a practical way that it will allow her readers to grasp the concept on how to start the process of making positive changes in life. Tracey feels that "Life at Sunrise" can also appeal to those even young as sixteen, because they too can walk away with something positive which can be implemented into their lives now, and be beneficial to them in the future as adults. She hopes that it will inspire and motivate, as well as assist those who desire positve change and are ready to live their best lives. If it inspires yet one person, then the purpose of her book has been served.