Years ago, one of my brothers gave me the book “Thinking Out Loud,” a collection of Ms. Quindlen’s New York Times “Public and Private” columns. I read it cover to cover in one afternoon and was hooked.
Some people have a gift for expression, and among those who do, Anna Quindlen stands out as one of the best. Almost every time I read one of her essays, I have the feeling that she has climbed into my head, pulled out my jumbled thoughts and rearranged them onto the page so that they make sense. Her wisdom, strength and humor have guided me through many challenges and milestones.
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