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Book Title: Strangers Tend to Tell Me Things: A Memoir of Love, Loss, and Coming Home|
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The author of the book: Amy Dickinson
Edition: Hachette Books
Date of issue: March 17th 2017
ISBN 13: 9780316352642
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 35.99 MB
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This book surprised me with its intensity. For a book with a bright yellow cover and two large sheep, I wasn't expecting the second half to reveal what it's like to manage grief. So many of my friends have gone through the death of a parent or two over the past few years. I listen and learn from their experiences so I will know how to handle mine. I met Amy Dickinson in person at the Hachette Bookclub Brunch in New York City and I was looking forward to reading this book. I held off reading it because it's not being published until March so I don't like to get too far ahead of myself but I was intrigued and I'm happy that I took the time to read this memoir. I do love a good memoir and this was no exception!
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Read information about the authorAmy Dickinson joined Chicago Tribune in July 2003 as the newspaper's signature general advice columnist, following in the tradition of the legendary Ann Landers.
Prior to the Tribune, Dickinson was a frequent contributor to Time magazine, where she penned a column about family life, often drawing from her experiences as a single parent and member of a large, extended family.
In addition to writing for Time, Dickinson provided commentary for National Public Radio's "All Things Considered" and to "Sunday Morning" on CBS. She worked as a producer for NBC News in New York and Washington, D.C., and has written for The Washington Post, Esquire, Allure and O magazine, among other publications. In the early days of the Internet, she wrote a weekly column, carried on America Online's News Channel.
Dickinson hails from the Finger Lakes region of New York and is a distant relative of poet Emily Dickinson. She is a graduate of Georgetown University and lives in Chicago with her teenage daughter.