Anna Quindlen Quotes
The women of my mother’s generation had, in the main, only one decision to make about their lives: who they would marry. From that, so much else followed: where they would live, in what sort of conditions, whether they would be happy or sad or, so often, a bit of both. There were roles and there were rules.
I can’t begin to predict how news will be delivered to readers in, say, 100 years. But I do know one thing that hasn’t changed: Whatever the delivery system, whether it’s a magazine, book or blog, people like vivid writing, strong stories and credible people. So while the venue is changing rapidly, human nature isn’t, which I find soothing.