Dedications and Epigraphs

Here are some of the most memorable dedications and epigraphs (opening quotes) from our clients’ books.

 

Time changes all relationships. They bob like sailboats on a lake, rising and falling—some sinking. But I imagine that’s what keeps life interesting.

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For my children: Perhaps there were some things I couldn’t say when you were growing up, some things I didn’t know how to say—like “I love you…”

For my parents: I know you always loved me—it was just kinda hard seeing it at times as I was growing up.

I also wish to dedicate this story to all of you who never gave up on me—
to those of you who loved me when I couldn’t love myself.

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In memory of Jay Turnbull
With hopes for all who seek rights and dignity in a world of disability

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Dedicated to Jane de Lucy Kinkel
Jane’s life commitment to our marriage and family were critical to my success in my professional career, as outlined in these memoirs, and more importantly, in the still-untold story of our family. The fifty years we had together were the most important and wonderful years of my life.

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Dedicated to my grandfather Antonio
and Saint Anthony of Padua,
both of whom I have never met, yet have spoken to nearly every day of my life for the last forty years. Grazie mille.

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Dedicated to these guys, Lucy, Aaron, Sarah, and Sam, who made me a mom, and
to Richard, who holds my string while I fly,
all my love

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