Maria Semple

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Author of "Today Will Be Different."

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“Today will be different” is the name of Maria Semple’s new novel, and it’s a promise that the main character makes to herself.

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“Today will be different” is the name of Maria Semple’s new novel, and it’s a promise that the main character makes to herself.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Today will be different. It’s the name of Maria Semple’s new novel, and it’s a promise that main character, Eleanor Flood, makes to herself first thing in the morning on October 8.

Maria Semple’s ‘Today Will Be Different’

Today will be different. It’s the name of Maria Semple’s new novel, and it’s a promise that main character, Eleanor Flood, makes to herself first thing in the morning on October 8.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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