Sophie Kerr — American Writer born on December 30, 1880, died on December 30, 1965

Sophie Kerr was a prolific writer of the early 20th century whose stories about smart, ambitious women mirrored her own evolution from small-town girl to successful career woman. At a time when few women were financially self-sufficient, Kerr made her way from Maryland’s Eastern Shore to New York City, where she supported herself as a magazine editor and a writer of more than 500 short stories, 23 novels, several poems and a play that ran on Broadway... (wikipedia)

An industrious sinner I much prefer to a lazy saint.
If peace only had the music and pageantry of war, there'd be no wars.
The longing to produce great inspirations didn't produce anything but more longing.

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