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Anna Quindlen
Anna Quindlen is the author of three bestselling novels, Object Lessons, One True Thing and Black and Blue, and three non-fiction books, Living Out Loud, Thinking Out Loud and A Short Guide to a Happy Life. Her New York Times column 'Public and Private' won a Pulitzer Prize in 1992. She is... show more

Anna Quindlen is the author of three bestselling novels, Object Lessons, One True Thing and Black and Blue, and three non-fiction books, Living Out Loud, Thinking Out Loud and A Short Guide to a Happy Life. Her New York Times column 'Public and Private' won a Pulitzer Prize in 1992. She is currently a columnist for Newsweek and lives with her husband and children in New York.
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Birth date: July 08, 1952
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Girl Well Read
Girl Well Read rated it 3 months ago
A special thank you to NetGalley and Random House for an ARC in exchange for an honest review.Tension permeates a close-knit neighbourhood and happy marriage after an unexpected violent act.Nora and Charlie Nolan seem to have it all. They live on a dead end street in a lovely home in a New York Cit...
The Quilty Reader
The Quilty Reader rated it 4 months ago
I decided to reread after seeing the new Ava DuVernay adaptation with my daughter. I read the book as a child of the 1970's - probably a bit more than decade or so after the initial 1963 publication, around 1977, when I was 11. I fell in love with the book then, seeing much of myself in Meg Murry, t...
I Live in Many Worlds
I Live in Many Worlds rated it 4 months ago
Last weekend, the movie adaptation for A Wrinkle in Time was released in theaters here in America. And after hearing about the great representation it contained, I wanted to go see it and support the film on opening weekend. However, I am a person who loves to read the book first before watching the...
Book Thoughts
Book Thoughts rated it 6 months ago
I can't believe it took my until age 39 to read my first Jane Austen. I enjoyed the read even though it wasn't exactly in my wheelhouse for books I usually enjoy. There is literally no plot outside of who is going to marry and fall in love with whom, but the story was a fascinating look into upper...
Rod Raglin
Rod Raglin rated it 7 months ago
Mary Margaret Miller is a young girl growing up on a farm in Miller's Valley, a small community in rural America in the 1960's. There's nothing unusual about her family or her life: she has two older brothers - one's away at college, the other is a lovable rogue, her father works the farm, her mot...
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