I'll bet you don't know what the Amazon "Vine Community" is. I didn't. I was never even aware of it until my memoir was published earlier this year. Books offered on Amazon for pre-order have a notation: "This book is not eligible for review until publication date."
Despite her many years of offering relationship advice as a syndicated columnist-not to mention her pedigree as the daughter of the woman the world revered as Ann Landers- Margo Howard had to walk down the aisle four times before getting it right.
Available in: NOOK Book (eBook), Hardcover. Mr. Right #1: A financier who "did deals" Mr. Right #2: A fourth-generation German-Jewish funeral director Mr. Right #3: A handsome, Ivy Leagueeducated, award-winning actor M
After starting as a feature writer for the Chicago Tribune, Margo Howard began writing for publications such as the New Republic, the Nation, People, TV Guide, and Good Housekeeping. She returned to her familial roots when she became "Dear Prudence" at Slate. After 8 years she moved to Yahoo News as "Dear Margo."
After 17 years as America's best-loved indictment machine, 60 Minutes has added a fifth correspondent: a 5'9" blue-eyed blonde. Lest those who avoid cathode rays conclude that the first woman to join the show was picked for her sunny good looks, let the record show that Diane Sawyer got to the top with a formidable blend of smarts, drive and earnestness.