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Amy Dickinson is a syndicated advice columnist, penning the "Ask Amy" column, which appears in over 200 newspapers, including the LA Times, The Chicago Tribune, Newsday, and the Washington Post. (bookjones)
NPR panelist and advice columnist Amy Dickinson presents THE MIGHTY QUEENS OF FREEVILLE: A MOTHER, A DAUGHTER AND THE PEOPLE WHO RAISED THEM. She spins her mistakes into a remarkable story. Can’t make it? To request a signed or personalized copy, call 828-1588 or 1-800-672-6789 or contact firstname.lastname@example.org (at least 48 hours in advance for email) to check availability. (booksense)… (més)
Amy Dickinson has made a career out of helping others through her internationally syndicated advice column, "Ask Amy." Readers love her for her honesty and for her motto, "I make the mistakes so you don’t have to." In her memoir, she shares those mistakes and her remarkable story. Amy Dickinson is also the host of a biweekly feature on NPR's "Talk of the Nation" and a panelist on "Wait Wait... Don’t Tell Me! (booksense)… (més)
"I didn't become an advice columnist on purpose," writes Dickinson (author of the syndicated column Ask Amy) in her chapter titled Failing Up. In the summertime of 2002, after spending months living off of her credit cards between freelance writing jobs, Dickinson sent in an audition column to the Chicago Tribune and became the paper's replacement for the late Ann Landers. Here, Dickinson traces her own personal history, as well as the history of her mother's family whose members make up The Mighty Queens of Freeville, NY, the small town where Dickinson was raised and where she raised her own daughter between stints in London, New York City, Washington D.C., and Chicago. (archaism)… (més)
Every day, 22 million people read Amy Dickinson’s syndicated advice column, Ask Amy (locally appearing in the Chicago Tribune). And each month, millions more listen to NPR’s hilarious show, Wait Wait, Don’t Tell Me. Now Ms. Dickinson offers another outlet for her amazing talent: her revealing memoir, The Mighty Queens of Freeville. It’s a candid take on her small town life and family blended with her razor-sharp humor. Don’t miss it! (bookjones)… (més)